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  • You got to find strategies.

    You need to find the groups and call them in or bait them in with special techniques such as making your own chum or catching your own bait and reeling it in because some fish are bigger and you can break a line that's 50 pound test on a 30 pound fish so it all depends on how you real it in.

  • Yes it is

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  • It depends on skills and smarts.

    Catching fish depends on skills, smarts, and strategy. If someone buys a $600 dollar Shakespeare, but doesn't know what they are doing, they will catch nothing. Yet if I were to buy a $20 Walmart pole, I can catch fish all day. It depends nothing on gear, and all on the fisherman.

  • YES fishing is a sport,

    To make a more logical explanation, let’s examine some points that make an activity a sport. What would you call a sport? The dictionary says, a sport is something that needs physical exertion, something that requires a skill set and something that is competed by an individual or a team against another for entertainment.
    Now let’s look at fishing. Fishing is of different types. Leisurely fishing involves taking a rod out to the shore and casting it into the water while you spend some quality time with your best buddy or your beloved ones. It can also be going out on a boat and basking in the sun with a few drinks and casting your line out in the water and grabbing any fish that comes along. This doesn’t need any special physical exertion or skill set. Sportfishing on the other hand, unlike the leisure fishing requires a skill set and it demands physical exertion. Imagine reeling in a Marlin over 100 pounds into your boat.
    Fishing may not be a very appealing to the spectators, but I bet the ones that are out fishing will love every bit of it. The moments of expectation of when a fish bites, the fight with the fish when you pull at it and finally the exertion that goes into pulling the fish into your boat. Just the thought of it gives me an adrenaline rush. Like any other sport, fishing involves a lot of physical exertion. Pulling a huge Marlin out of the water can make even the strongest angler knock himself out. It needs an array of skill set to lure in one of the big monsters from the sea and get them into your boat. Like other sportsmen, fishermen (sport fishermen or otherwise) have to practice and straighten out their fishing techniques.

    The more you fish the more you learn. It is not all about a fishing rod and some bait. You have to know where, when and how to look for the fish. What bait and lure to use. And the technique to hold and pull the reel so that you do not lose the fish. It is all a skill that has to be perfected through regular training. And of course there is competition. You can compete to catch the biggest fish or the most fish, that depends on you. You can compete with your fellow anglers or with anglers from other boats or even from other seas. The possibilities are endless.

    This all boils down to the point that fishing is indeed a sport and not just an outdoor activity. There could be many who would like to differ from this, please feel free to put down your comments and views.

  • Fishing is a Sport

    If you are fighting big fish it takes a large amount of energy to pull it in and a considerable amount of skill to get it hooked in the first place. Since this is the true definition of a sport, something that requires physical exertion and skill, it definitely is a sport.

  • Yes, fishing is a sport.

    Fishing is in fact a sport. There can be great merit in the sport of fishing, especially when the "athlete" is going after larger fish that dwell in the ocean. When trawling or deep sea fishing, the goal is to go after larger fish such as dolphin, marlin, or grouper. Given the immense size and power of these fish the fisherman will have to fight for minutes, even hours to tire the fish out and bring it in. The fisherman will have to have immense stamina and determination if there is a hope of catching a large, even record breaking fish. Because of this great show of strength and endurance fishing is to be considered a sport.

  • Fishing is not a sport.

    Fishing is not a sport because it depends on the quality of tools rather than personal skill. Today there are many sophisticated types of bait with make fishing easier. Also, it's easier to fish in rivers and lakes that are better supplied with fish. The success of a fisherman doesn't always depend on his skill.

  • Fishing is not a Sport

    Sports require physical exertion, And fishing does not have this. The majority of fishing is sitting on the boat waiting for a fish to swim or take the bait on the fishing rod. HOW CAN IT BE A SPORT IF YOU ARE SITTING DOWN FOR MORE THAN HALF THE TIME? ! ? ! ? ! ? ! ? ! ? !

  • Fishing is not a sport

    So all of us thinks that that fishing is a sport but now i well convince you that it is not a sport because you do not want any strength to use and also it is boring and you cant even interest in it but however fishing is an hobbies

  • No is not

    Fishing is not a sport you don't move you don't sweat you don't need strength you just sit down and is boring is like sitting down when you are supposed to do you homework and you don't want to. Fishing is not a sport is not competitive And is just not a sport it mied be useful someday but ksnlt a sport

  • Fishing is not a sport.

    Any person any age can come on a boat and go fish and catch a fish I've been fishing since if fishing should be considered a sport than so can bowling and marching band and pool and poker. But getting a big huge tuna is exceptional. Fishing is a sport when it is a sport. Fishing is not a sport.


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