Not funny at the time but one time my buddy and I hired a guide on Toledo Bend, an older guy named Benny ( forget his last name ) and he had a Raycraft boat. He had a transom mounted trolling motor and guided from the back. I was in the front and my buddy was in the back. I was throwing a buzz bait and catching a few and my buddy decided he would tie one on. Unbeknownst to me he had sat down behind me to change lures and the next cast I hooked him in the top of head with the buzz bait and of course back lashed my reel. I turned around to see what happened and he was just sitting there with the buzz bait stuck in his head. I was beside myself but he was quite calm about it. We hurried back to the truck and I carried him to town to find an emergency room. Found one and as we were walking down the hall the buzz bait started spinning and as we approached the nurse at a window she ask me could she help me and at the same time saw my buddy with the buzz bait in his head and best she could tried not to laugh but couldn't help herself and we all started laughing. The doctor got to him quick and started removing the hook as we all were tearing up laughing. Apparently if you have to get hooked the top of the head is the least painful cause my buddy never complained.
Long ago when men cursed and beat the ground with sticks it was called witchcraft, nowadays it's called golf.