3 Hilarious Jokes about Fishing

Olowokandi Fiyin
Mar 18, 2020
04:00 A.M.
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Today's jokes are about fishing and the hilarious moments that come with this lovely sport. 


A man had gone fishing at a lake that was known as a prime fishing area and as he was leaving with two filled buckets, a game warden stopped him. The game warden asked if he had the permit to catch the fish.

A man at a lake, attempting to fish | Photo: Pixabay


The man, who was a quick thinker, told the game warden that he didn't have the license to catch the fish as they were his pet fish. Shocked, the warden asked, "pet fish?!"

The man looked at the warden with a straight face and said that he took the fish over to the lake to swim around for a while, every night.

When their time was up, he would whistle, and the fish would jump back into the buckets, and they would make their way home.

A bucket that contains fishes | Photo: Pixabay


Still shocked, the warden countered the man's statement by hollering that fish were incapable of doing what the man said. The man quickly claimed that he would prove what he had reported to the warden.

The man poured the fish back into the lake, and both men turned to stare at it. After some minutes had passed, the curious game warden turned to the man and asked: "Well?" 

Two men sitting with a pole and catching fish from the lake shore. | Photo: Shutterstock.


The man replied, "Well, what?" thus prompting the warden to ask when he was going to call them back. The man said "Call who back?" to which the warden replied, "the fish!"

Sporting a confused look, the man asked "What fish?"



The second joke is about a fisherman who endured a bad day of fishing. Although Mike had spent a full day fishing at the lake, he had nothing but sunburns to show for his hard work.

On his way home, he stopped at the supermarket where he ordered four catfish then told the salesman to pick four huge ones and throw them at him.

A young man fishing on a lake from the boat at sunset. | Photo: Shutterstock.


The bemused salesman asked why Mike wanted him to do such a thing, and in response, Mike said: "Because I want to tell my wife that I caught them."

On hearing that, the salesman advised Mike to take the Red Snapper. When Mike asked him why the salesman said:

 "Because your wife came in earlier today and said that if you came by, I should tell you to take Red Snapper. She would like to have it for dinner tonight."



The last is about a young man who applied for a job at a store. During the boy's application process at a store, the manager, who told him that they were looking for somebody who had sales experience, decided to give him a shot during a holiday sale.

Soon after the sale ended, the manager checked the day sales and was shocked to see that the boy had sold $79,083.25 worth of goods.

A smiling manager placing his hands on his hips in a large warehouse. | Photo: Shutterstock.


When the manager asked the boy what had happened, the boy told him that a man who wanted to go fishing had walked into the store. At first, he sold him fish hooks, a graphite pole, and a reel.

Things soon became more interesting when the man said he was going to White Lake to fish. At that point, he told the customer that the best place to fish was close to the center.

A photo of different fishing reels in the window of a fishing store. | Photo: Shutterstock.


However, to access that part, he needed a boat, which he didn't have. So he ended up buying one for $28,000 before paying another $3,000 for a trailer.

When the young boy realized that the customer didn't have the right vehicle to tow a boat, he sold him a Dodge Ram for $48,000. Shocked beyond imagination, the store manager said, "And to think it all began with that man asking for fish hooks."


The boy shook his head and said, "Oh no, it all began with him asking for some $3.25 tampons for his girlfriend, and I said: 'Well, you won't be doing much this weekend so you might as well go fishing!'