25 Fish Pun Cartoons

Something's fishy.

The most seize-the-day fish (the majestic carp) says, "The world is my oyster!" Forget carpe diem, it's all about carp diem.
Seize the (catch of the) day!
In this pun on fishtank, we see a fish in a tank - i.e. a fish wearing a tank top (he's also wearing sunglasses, but that's besides the point.)
Most fish do not prefer to be in tanks. They'd rather be in turtlenecks.
In this pun on pawn shop, we see a prawn shop, a pawn shop that only trades in shrimp.
The best place to buy pre-used scampi!
In this pun on the fantasy chess match that never happened - grandmaster Garry Kasparov vs GM Bobby Fischer - we see a match between Fisher (as a fish) and Catsparov (as a cat). The interspecies history definitely adds some tension.
If you’re going to be imagining a chess match that never happened, you might as well give yourself some creative license on their species.
In this comparison cartoon, we see an electric eel next to a gas-powered eel (an eel being filled up with gasoline from a pumping station)
Feeling nostalgic for the days of hand-cranked eels
In this pun on surgeon and the fish sturgeon, we see a fish patient in the operating room. The doctor, who is a sturgeon, says to the fish patient, "I will be performing your sturgery."
Coincidentally, this is the only medical care my insurance covers.
In this pun on the fish the red snapper, we see a red snapper fish with human arms who is, of course, snapping his fingers.
Some people prefer their fish fried or steamed. I prefer mine with an innate mastery of body percussion.
 A pun of pop art master Roy Lichtenstein, except the cartoon-style stars of the picture are shocked koi fish, and the speech bubble says "BLUB"
Koi Lichtenstein: pop artist, decorative fish.
A pun of Keith Haring, except instead of the iconic man outlines, they are outlines of herring fish.
Something's fishy about this art.
A fish rolls a strike at a bowling alley in this pun on fish bowl.
A very hard to fathom scenario (that any living creature would stick its fingers in shared sports equipment these days)