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Fishing

The Fourth Doctor fishing on Tara. (TV: The Androids of Tara)

Fishing was the act of catching fish. A sport was developed around it.

The Doctor Edit

The Fourth Doctor stated he once caught a huge salmon in the River Fleet. He shared it with the Venerable Bede. (TV: The Talons of Weng-Chiang) The Doctor went fishing on Tara; he complained when he caught nothing. He kept a fishing rod in the TARDIS. Romana did not know what fishing was. (TV: The Androids of Tara)

The Fifth Doctor went fishing on a tropical island in the Pacific Ocean on what turned out to be a parallel Earth. (COMIC: Lunar Lagoon)

The Sixth Doctor was fond of fishing for Gumblejack; he considered them amongst the tastiest fish in Mutter's Spiral. (TV: The Two Doctors) One of the Doctor's fishing trips was interrupted by his seventh incarnation, who was searching for a segment of the Key to Time. (COMIC: Time & Time Again) The Doctor decided to go fishing on Világ, but the fish were startled by Corporal Reid. (AUDIO: Arrangements for War) The Doctor gave up fishing when he started thinking that it wasn't fair on the fish. (AUDIO: The Wormery) He later went fishing on Majus Four, but was summoned to 1989 Brighton by Bob Lines. (PROSE: Business Unusual)

The Seventh Doctor once tried to relax by fishing on the planet Adeki, but the attempt was frustrating enough that he ended up angrily snapping his fishing rod over his knee. (COMIC: Planet of the Dead)

Other instances Edit

Ernie Clements was a poacher who used gelignite to catch fish by creating explosions underwater. (TV: Pyramids of Mars)

Charlie Johns was a crab fisherman in a village on the Cornish coast. (PROSE: Rip Tide)

In 2050, Starkey tried to take K9 fishing on the River Thames, but found the fish dead due to chenium having polluted the river. (TV: Alien Avatar)

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