Cartoons: Go Fish

Holy mackerel! These cartoons will get you hooked on fishing!

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Man brings large fish in to his dissapointed wife.
“What? Just one?”
Stan Hunt
September 20, 1952

 

Man drives by with a large fish, boasting to other fishermen.
“Number eight dry fly, royal coachman, on a three X leader with eight-pound-test nylon.”
S.H.
September 3, 1955

 

Wife is crushed by a large fish.
Now what’s the matter?”
Joseph Zeis
July 9, 1955

 

Man attempts to bring a large fish into the house; wife stops him.
“Stop right there!”
Chon Day
June 29, 1957

 

Boy loads his father's fishing boat with supplies; boat sinks with father in it.
Bill Harrison
June 7, 1952

 

Bear steals bait from fisherman's pouch.
Vahan Shirvanian
May 8, 1954

 

Fisherman encroaches on another's fishing spot.
“You know very well what fish!”
Vahan Shirvanian
May 1, 1954

 

Man struggles to reel in a large fish
“I think you’ve played with him enough, dear. Perhaps you’d better reel him in now!”
George Wolfe
March 8, 1952

 

Ice fisherman sticks his entire body into a hole in the ice.
“I think Harry’s caught something.”
Joseph Zeis
February 23, 1957

 

Fishermen arrive at a lively fishing spot.
“This looks like as good a spot as any.”
Chas. Skiles
November 9, 1957

 

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