What are the differences between the "Solo Fisho" and the "Team Fisho"?

During fishing, we often meet all kinds of people and their ways. Some are hilarious and full of joke, others can be nasty and inconsiderate but a few can be the best fishing kakis you have ever fished with. After pondering over some leadership bad leader/good leader comparisons in my corporate work activities, I realized that the solo fisho/team fisho model was fairly similar.

So here it is! My take on the above which probably revolves around the burning question in your fishing brain - Who do I jio for a fishing trip and why? In fact, I noticed that "bad" fishing kakis often are pretty Solo in their fishing life. They are also often very negative or pessimistic and generally are inconsiderate. Do you agree?

Which are you? Team or Solo?
Here's a comparison of the differences:

Team Fisho
Solo Fisho
Says We (Let’s all catch some fish)
Says I (I want to catch a fish)
Shares tips and techniques to develop good fishing practices
Knows tips and techniques but keeps it to himself or herself
Shares personal catches if the situation calls for it

Always keeps personal catch regardless of situation
Already on planned fishing trips with a regular group of kakis
Need to find and join fishing trips all the time
Generates positivity and enthusiasm whatever the fishing conditions
Bemoans bad luck and bad fishing conditions
Gives proper credit to others during fishing
Gives credit to only himself or herself
Bemoans inconveniencing others
The only person I cannot inconvenience is myself
Author's Note:

Please note that everyone has their own definitions of a "good" fishing kaki so read with a pinch of salt.


Unknown said…
Who really writes this kind of rubbish? Solo fishes happens to be solo because the kaki got new gf or etc etc.. And he fishes solo.. Makes new friends as well.. Happy to see anybody getting strike and help around.. It atleast brings more hope and satisfaction to see others landing fish as well.. Pls rethink before writing something..
Nigel said…
Looking forward to your article :)
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