Fish thinking about me meme

More fishing memes

After sending an email last week with our funniest fishing memes, members of community sent in theirs!

Some of these were just too funny not to share.

Especially for those that aren’t on social media and don’t get to see these regularly.

And don’t forget to drop back to our first fishing memes compilation from 2019.

We will be getting back to the usual fishing tips plus barra action videos and offshore action videos as soon as we get our Locating Livies course finished.

It has become bigger than Ben Hur with over 30 videos!

So a big thanks to our community for sending in these great fishing memes!

Fish thinking about me meme

This is my absolute favourite. Not because it makes me laugh. But because it sums up everything I love about fishing and the great outdoors.

bad weather and fishing

Ain’t this the truth?! And if you’d like some readers stories about what happens when you head out in bad weather – click here. There are some beauties!

babysitter fishing meme

when only you have caught a fish funny meme

One of the greatest joys of fishing is summed up in this fishing meme.

If this is the case, send him the link to our FREE Big Picture sounder course.

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Just like daddy fishing meme

When it comes to fishing memes, this one is a Classic

We love fishing

not catching fish

Gosh, even one of our fishing courses won't help this dude.

How to gaff a fish for your mate

Haven't we all been there?

fishig expenses

 

And finally

kids fishing

What better way to sum up fishing. We wholeheartedly agree.

Well I hope you enjoyed our funniest fishing memes compilation.

If you want to take your fishing game to the next level, consider one of our Fish Smarter online fishing courses.

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About The Author

Karen Rudkin

Karen Rudkin-Moody became hooked on fishing after being introduced to the sport in 1989. Karen is a marine biologist specializing in estuarine marine protected areas, finishing her successful career in Queensland Marine Parks as Ranger In Charge of the Wet Tropics region within the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. Karen now works with her husband, accomplished fishing guide Ryan Moody, encouraging people to get away from their computers and into the great outdoors.

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