The difference between need and want is a person's mindset. If I want something I ask myself, "Do I need it?" If the answer is yes, I buy it, if the answer is no, then I don't, and soon forget about it. I've bought stuff I've needed at the time and then not needed anymore, so sold on.The question really has to be, where do you draw the line between need and want?
This is where fly fishing actually ends up cheaper. Once I've bought my club memberships and maybe £20 of flies to top up the box, I don't have to pay to fish again. Last time I went out Tench fishing I paid about £5 in worms and a tin of corn. It adds up quick and suddenly you've spent a lot. Especially with some groundbait at £7-8 a bag as well.I seem to spend just as much on bits and bobs, perishables and disposables etc can soon adds up. Not to mention bait, buying stuff in bulk so it's cheaper and lasts all season I have £69 in my basket on the Hinders website waiting to buy.