I found this on a message board, and while not all apply to me currently, well there have been times in my life when I could have put a checkmark by all
Do you have Obsessive Fishing Compulsive Disorder [OFCD]? Here are the top 20 signs to look for:
Your Facebook profile picture is you holding a fish.
The first selection criteria for home purchase or rental is the perfect and permanent spot for the boat and trailer.
You think about fishing every five minutes or less.
You have a closet full of logo shirts, sweatshirts and hats with your favorite fishing and boat brands.
If you live north of the 41st parallel, you own a winter version of that wardrobe with ice fishing brands, too.
Regardless of the climate that you live in, your jacket has a boat brand logo on it.
You match your truck to your boat and trailer.
You have bins and bins (and tubs and tubs) of crankbaits–and still buy more.
You speak in code. For example: “We put the beat on some slabs yesterday.”
Your friends understand your code. Your spouse’s friends don’t.
If you are single you’re not sure the right person is worth giving up time on the water.
Vacation days are for fishing, as are holidays, weekends, and when one lives in close proximity to a great fishery, the time in between sleeping.
You will sleep in your truck at a boat landing, especially after driving all night after work to get there. You might have a mattress in the back for just such occasions.
You have shunned people from your family circle because they didn’t know who KVD was.
If you ever fished a tournament, regardless of where you finished, you looked to see who you did better than, and you’re okay finishing in the bottom half as long as you did better than a past champion.
You watch live-stream tournament weigh-ins and if something goes wrong with the stream you post on a fishing chat forum and ask what’s wrong with the live stream.
Your fishing chat forum name is tied to your boat or your favorite species to fish.
Double headers are not about baseball.
You use SPF 50, yet you have suntan raccoon eyes from your polarized sunglasses.
You love Rapala billboards, but you may or may not say “Rapala” correctly.
You are never bored. There are always hooks to sharpen and reels to re-spool.