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Poll: Does it look bad to fish from your sailboat?

I wanted to take a quick poll:

Does it look bad to fish from your sailboat?

Oops submitted this in the wrong forum, meant general interest!

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This depends on whether you are catching fish or just wetting the hook.
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haha good point!
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I don't think it's bad in the slightest!!..you're on a boat..on the water...with a fishing rod...what else do you need??
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Normally, I seem to just feed them.

We are not primarily on earth to see through one another, but to see one another through

Some people are like slinkies: not really good for anything... but you can't help laughing when you push them down the stairs
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Don't see why it would - before boats under power, fishing was done from large and small boats.
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Who the hell cares, if it feels good, do it!!! Sailing is to leave all that caring nonsense behind. AH-OOOOOO-GAH
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Also, must have a beer in one hand and your girl in the other.
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Who gives a damn? If I cared how I looked, I wouldn't have bought a steel boat that looks like a geometer's nightmare. When I haul the fish aboard, I just whack it on any part of the boat. BOOM: dead fish.

It saves the precious vodka for better uses.
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