Cartoons: Fishing Funnies

We can’t guarantee you’ll end up with any fish, but we just might be able to hook you with a few laughs!

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“Now watch where you’re stepping! Practically ruins a fishing trip when a city feller gets rattle-bit.”
Blackley
August 18, 1951

 

A boy fishes underneath a "No Fishing Allowed"
“Can’t he read?”
Eric Peters
August 12, 1944

 

A couple fish in a small boat; the wife has hooked a large fish.
“What is it now?”
Sivic
August 4, 1951

 

A woman casts her line; her husband ducks at the back of the boat.
Walt Wetterberg
July 28, 1951

 

Boy in a row boat passes under a bridge where a group of fishermen has cast their lines.
“Coming through!!!”
James Cantwell
July 14, 1951

 

Wife teases her husband about his fishing skills as he prepares his equipment.
“There should be a lot of fish this year. You didn’t catch any last year.”
Reamer Keller
September 29, 1952

 

Husband tries to sneak out of the house in full fishing gear, but his wife has caught him as he is heading out the door.
“Just where do you think you’re going?”
Bill Harrison
August 9, 1952

 

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