More fish in the pond dating
The old adage, “nothing ventured, nothing gained,” makes all the sense in the world. They tell me that I have access to lots of different ponds because I work outside the home, I travel for business, and I am involved in several community associations.
I was out with a different set of friends a few weeks ago when talk turned to dates — the good, the bad and the ugly, and as the conversation went around it turns out that two of the women had gone out with the same guy. They tell me that since they are stay-at-home moms or since they have “jobs” and not “careers” that they don’t have access to the same number of ponds. We all have multiple ponds within our own little bubbles.
We just have to think about it, let go of what’s comfortable, grab our rod and reel, and head out!
Instead of always fishing in the “work” pond, or the “Friday-night bar-scene” pond, switch it up and also fish in the “volunteer at the animal shelter” pond or the “local community college digital photography course” pond every now and then. Step outside of your comfort zone and try new things.
They're affected bywater temperature and by water clarity just as their big-water cousins are.
.” ~ John Buchan Back in February, I spoke with a friend who told me that she was struggling with the dating scene. It might induce a bit of anxiety to visit a new pond.
The guy running the route will be forced to dive into the group to make the catch, thus landing face-first in the sand.
The hotties will be both impressed by his remarkable athleticism and concerned for his safety.
They've fed families and provided angling recreation for centuries. "Farm ponds come anywhere from a half acre to thirty acres, but I've always thought that fifteen acres or more leans toward a lake," says Bill Dance, television fishing icon, avid pond fisherman and lake designer. Ponds can provide good fishing for bass, bluegills and even catfish.
You don't need a lot of money or a fancy boat to fish them. Some farm ponds are constructed in gullies or valleys, some are impounded and some are just round dish-type holes in the ground. Don't expect crappies in small bodies of water, though—the species is so prolific that crappie populations occupy too much of the available water space.