Okay these terms describes some of the anglers you may find in Asia – specifically Singapore … we call them Kiasu Anglers.

KIASU(kee-ah-soo)Hokkien adjective literally meaning, "afraid of losing". A highly pejorative description beloved of Singaporeans. Possibly our defining national characteristic. The nearest English equivalent is "dog in a manger", though even that is pretty mild.

Kiasu anglers are often very uptight while fishing. It’s all about winning and coming in ahead of other angers. They have to have the first bite and won’t stop until they are convinced that they have the biggest catch.
It really takes the fun out of fishing. They will spend their time looking at other anglers to see if they are getting better bite rates… ogle at what others are doing differently and will want to follow suit.