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Fishing
The Lake Remains :: 'mouse

As Scott paddled his kayak across the lake in the morning light he could sense the silver salmon under him on their annual migration, connecting him to the earth and sky and water the way northwest Indians must have felt on this lake for hundreds of generations—but then the shattering roar of a jet overhead destroyed his timeless revery and brought him firmly back to July 2005 where he would soon have to return to land and face up to his failures.

    TAGS:  reality, fishing, connection


Fishing :: 'mouse

Bear sat in the middle of the stream and let the salmon come to him.

    TAGS:  food, Little Bear, bears, fishing, salmon


a fish by any other name :: You can call me, 'Sir'

As he unloaded the day’s catch, he couldn’t help but think to himself that catching 25 pounds of crappie sounded much better than it looked in print.

    TAGS:  fishing


dy-no-miiiite! :: You can call me, 'Sir'

Fishing with dynamite is truly the least sporting method of obtaining water-borne sustenance, however, if I can convince those who practice this ‘skill’ to do so while ice fishing, I can potentially kill two birds with one stone (cold merciless death for the dynamite tosser and sweet revenge for innocent fish everywhere).

    TAGS:  murderous intentions, revenge, fishing, dynamite


Fish Tales :: Br. Ezra

Fifty pound test is not nearly strong enough when stalking the fabled Garner Marlin.

    TAGS:  tall tales, fishing


The dog obviously had worms, Henry noted, but apparently not bad enough to attract any fish.

    TAGS:  dog, worms, fishing, trolling


 

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