17th century philosopher Ivan Ardbodey

Ivan Ardbodey - philosopher

‘Trout are suicidal’

The 17th century philosopher Ivan Ardbodey suggested that the way someone fishes gives insight into their personality.

Ardbodey was known to drink himself senseless while sitting by his millpond, waiting for the carp to bite.

He once described trout as suicidal, and said fly fishing was invented solely to make trout challenging to catch.

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