Jealousy is taking over because you get in WAY more fishing than I do!
That may only be true though because I don't divide my red time with shotguns!
Shotguns are a good form of anger management, and besides I live in an area that doesn't have a lot of water so I need something to fill in until I can get to a good fishing hole. Besides you have to love it when things go BOOM! HAHAHAHA!
Wait until you retire the ratio will change----
Well, Bill. It seems that a couple of geezers below disagree! I am going to side with your camp just because I really want your camp to be reality for me. Unfortunately, I am at least 25 years from finding out
My red is barely visible... :(
Perhaps a selective magnifying glass that only makes red bigger?
Actually Bill, it's a proven fact that most retired people end up busier than when they were working.
I second what Howard said. Maybe, Bill, has got it figured out Howard. You would think he would share with the rest of us.Nick, having a child slows down the fishing considerably. Happy hook ups when you can.
I sure hope Bill has it figured out!! I am ok with being busier in retirement as long as that busyness comes from spending more time fishing!
Dang, Nick! I feel so guilty now. My graph would have such a larger pink section to it. But, I am almost an empty nester now. And it does make a difference. Here's to your family time which is the most important thing you can be doing! You won't regret it. I'm sure there will be a fishing venture soon enough.
Thanks RD! Another 16 years to go until I can keep up with you!!
Sigh. I am glad I am not the only one going through this. I spend more time just at work talking about fishing than I do actually fishing.
Let's hear it!