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Fish Catching Quotes & Sayings

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Fish Catching Quotes By A. Best: The fishing was good; it was the catching The fishing was good; it was the catching that was bad. A. Best
Fish Catching Quotes By Norman Maclean: If our father had had his way, nobody If our father had had his way, nobody who did not know
how to fish would be allowed to disgrace a fish by catching him.
Norman Maclean
Fish Catching Quotes By Robert Hughes: Fishing largely consists of not catching fish; failure Fishing largely consists of not catching fish; failure is as much a part of the sport as knee injuries are of football. — Robert Hughes
Fish Catching Quotes By Henry David Thoreau: The sport of digging the bait is nearly The sport of digging the bait is nearly equal to that of catching the fish, when one's appetite is not too keen. — Henry David Thoreau
Fish Catching Quotes By Fennel Hudson: Catching fish is low on my agenda when Catching fish is low on my agenda when I go fishing. I'm much more interested in savouring the day and exploring the wildlife of the river. — Fennel Hudson
Fish Catching Quotes By Thomas Leuthard: Street Photography is like fishing. Catching the fish Street Photography is like fishing. Catching the fish is more exciting than eating it ... — Thomas Leuthard
Fish Catching Quotes By Rafael Sabatini: Only those become weary of angling who bring Only those become weary of angling who bring nothing to it but the idea of catching fish. — Rafael Sabatini
Fish Catching Quotes By Fennel Hudson: There are a million-and-one ways to enjoy a There are a million-and-one ways to enjoy a day's angling. Catching fish is but one of them. — Fennel Hudson
Fish Catching Quotes By Fennel Hudson: Catching fish is secondary to the immeasurable joys Catching fish is secondary to the immeasurable joys of the watery world. — Fennel Hudson