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When it’s too hot to fish

Ten things to do when it’s too hot to fish

  1. Watch re-runs of your favorite TV fishing show (now available on dozens of cable TV channels or your friendly local YouTube!).Screen Shot 2016-07-04 at 9.23.04 PM
  2. Make a tomato pie. Has nothing to do with fishing, but may get your mind off it.
  3. Look at Facebook posts of people who are fishing and sulk up because you didn’t go. Write ugly responses questioning whether their fish were caught legally or not.
  4. Clean out your boat. You aren’t going to get it fishy anyway, so now’s a good time to wash, vacuum, polish or whatever.
  5. Catch up on honey-do jobs so when it does cool off, you won’t have any excuse not to go.Screen Shot 2016-07-04 at 9.26.15 PM
  6. Straighten up your fishing tackle. It will get your mind off doing something silly like making a tomato pie.
  7. Make your own fishing lure. Or hand-paint up a couple of old ones in a color that you are sure will work.Screen Shot 2016-07-04 at 9.19.06 PM
  8.  Read some of the very informative stuff on the internet about fishing, such as an article on the top 10 weirdest looking fish. No kidding. Here’s the link. http://www.csmonitor.com/Photo-Galleries/In-Pictures/The-20-weirdest-fish-in-the-ocean#254055
  9. Take up bowling. Just kidding.
  10. Have a garage sale and get rid of 3/4 of the fishing stuff that you never use. That way, you’ll have room to go buy some more!Screen Shot 2016-07-04 at 9.30.30 PM

 

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