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A fisherman is always hopeful
nearly always more hopeful than he has any right to be.
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There will be days when the fishing is better than one's most optimistic forecast, others when it is far worse. Either is a gain over just staying home.

— Roderick Haig-Brown

I have fished through fishless days that I remember happily without regret.

— Roderick Haig-Brown

A fisherman is always hopeful
nearly always more hopeful than he has any right to be.

— Roderick Haig-Brown

To this day I would rather see a fish, creep up to him and watch his rise to my fly than catch half a dozen fish unseen until they take.

— Roderick Haig-Brown

I still don't know why I fish or why other men fish, except that we like it and it makes us think and feel.

— Roderick Haig-Brown

A man should think when he fishing of all manner and shape of things, flowing as easily through the mind as the light stream among the rocks

— Roderick Haig-Brown

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