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I would never do this. Half my life is fishing. Although i rarely draw anything over 9 pounds it is fun and you get to be outside a lot. What's your take on fishing? What could you never live without if it isn't fishing?
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100 000 dollars but can never fish again in your life
Give me the money, i buy a VR a nice fishing simulator games, i will fishing without touching a worm or harming any fish.
that counts as fishing so it's a big no no
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Women Fear Me
Fish Fear Me
Men Turn Their Eyes Away From Me
As I Walk No Beast Dares Make A Sound In My Presence
I Am Alone On This Barren Earth
I'll take the money and just hang around other people who fish, give them some help and keep them company. That's Good enough for me.
gentleman thank you for your offer
Eh, I kinda liked fishing when I was a kid/teen even though I don't like eating fish, I just found it quite relaxing. I went fishing only a handful of times tho. Nowadays, I would only go fishing in a video game as I feel sorry for the poor creatures. And as a matter of fact, I have Ultimate Fishing Simulator on Steam... sadly, it didn't grabbed me as much as theHunter Call of the Wild did.
So yeah, I'd take that 100k. :3
UFS is my preferred game compared to The Hunter: COTW, which i honestly didn't play much yet, but i'll get to it sometime.
I bought UFS because of the underwater camera, I must admit. When I was younger, I loved playing Bass Masters Classic Pro Edition on my SNES and I never understood why. XD I've tried Fishing Planet but without the underwater camera, I found it very boring. I think the reason why I don't like UFS that much is because it isn't as calming as theHunter. For me. I don't hunt in real life and I could never do that but weirdly enough, I enjoy playing theHunter. It can be a very relaxing experience. And you can always try to take nice screenshots. :3 That's a game in itself. ;)
I think what frustrated me with UFS is that I could get plenty of fish with the base game, but when I moved on to the Amazon River dlc, I couldn't catch anything. I'm not sure what I was doing wrong. I still have the Greenland dlc wishlisted... I might get it at some point because... sharks. :)
Greenland is one of the best locations. Amazon is average at best. But Japan is probably all around the best lake. (BTW Greenland is best at level 21, and i'm still only 19 so)
Yes, Japan seems to be the favorite dlc among players... I got told that it was better than the Amazon River, but I still went with this one because the fish looked great (on the store page) and I wanted to catch piranhas. That didn't happen. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
I had no idea what my level was, it had been too long since I played, so I booted the game just to see it and... whelp, I'm level 10. :3 I definitely won't be buying the Greenland dlc during this sale.
Well, you can still catch Atlantic Salmon and some other species. But sharks, i believe you will have a hard time at level 10.
I used to like fishing when i was kid. The excitement when you fighting with the fish ! The sea ! Sad that i do not fishing anymore.
Used to fish with my best friend, but never really been a fan of it. Although I do realize the fact that it's therapeutic, I'm mostly into other activities. So, I'd take the money 100%.
I find it hard to honestly answer that question, first thought being 'take the money & run', on the other hand I always wanted to live by the sea and having existential pressure lifted by that sum of money might just incite the wish to fish in me..
Anyway, in the meantime for yous' all watching and listening pleasure https://youtu.be/sF4OkZ0B-q8
never tried it, but I can see myself enjoying it, just chilling near the water and stuff, the only thing that can put me off is insect flying around me and biting me
100% yes and some bots
It's already been ages since the last time I fished, I did enjoy the experience a lot, but, it's not something I can do often here. So, I think I'd go with a resounding yes.
Ain't nothing better than marine life: Fishing, spearfishing, swimming, and free diving.
I don't usually go to fish exclusively, I go to exercise all mentioned above.
People find it boring because they were not taught how to fish properly, I can't see how someone finds it boring if he's constantly hooking fish.
That's a very low price to quit fishing
Glad you are a dedicated fisherman like myself.
Life without fishing sounds like my life. I'll take 100 grand, please.
I'm sure many of us, like me, live in parts of the world, where we have never ever done fishing.
Yes. That's probably true.
Life without fishing would be filled with a lot of hungry men.
But yeah, I'd take the money. I'm not much of a fisher.