Thou Shall Not Go Dynamite Fishing
Ah, fishing. For millennia man has gripped his rod and cast his unwavering line across the water in stoic efforts to hook that unconquerable catch. In ancient times it was a means of survival, as paleolithic fish fiends shaped hooks from bone and knotted it through woven hair. Only in the last hundred years has it morphed into a recreational pastime, and the surge in popularity has led to many advances in technology, like multiplying winches, tapered fly lines, and, controversially, high explosives. Throwing a stick of dynamite in the water is ultimate Hail Mary play, so if you’d rather take a break to unwind the traditional way, it’s dead easy. You cast with R2/RT, and use R2/RT again to set the hook (look for disturbances on the water). Then, when you feel a vibration, use L2/LT to reel. Before you know it you’ll have a pallid sturgeon or rainbow trout wriggling on the end of your lure. Oh, who are we kidding? Just get in a plane and do a carpet bomb.