In the book The River Why the main character, Gus, loves to go fishing. His mother and father love to fish too. They both read and lived by a certain book called The Compleat Angler. It too is also about fly fishing. The author of the book is Izaak Walton.
Also, it is very important to know the general bass fishing mistakes that almost every angler makes and executes. After you know them and know the reason why they instill in your mind that these general practices end in error so you should not practice it. Another thing grateful is that you should pick the right fishing rod. You should learn the secrets and techniques on how to pick and where to find the most suitable bass fishing rods. The quality of the water you fish also makes the difference in your bass fishing tactics.
I am reading “The River the Bass and the Girl Shela Manting” by __________________ and I am on page ______. This book is about (write 3 – 4 sentences of plot) In this paper I will be___ Active Reading Strategy ____and ______ Active Reading Strategy ___ So far this story is about a boy who loves fishing, but he found some that he loved just as much. A girl that didnt love fishing, and in this journal I will be questioning and connecting Power Outline: OUTLINES SHOULD BE 4 WORDS OR FEWER PER LINE G-witch will he choose Y-girl R- reasons -loves her - he watches her - tries to impress her Remember – 3 – 4 details PER red R- loves her -askes her out -describes how pretty she is -shows off in front of her Remember – 3 – 4 details PER red Y-fish R-reasons -big fish - rod bends twice as much - describes how big it is Remember – 3 – 4 details PER red R-one chance - he might not ever see this fish again -it might fall off - Remember – 3 – 4 details PER red G-in conclution I thi Paragraph (written in complete sentence/correct paragraph format)
A reader, as I, will enquire if he will pick the bass or Sheila Mant. Personally, I think he will pick the bass. My opinion is such because it appears the Narrator has been fishing for much of his life. His knowledge about it is impressive, and he uses it a lot since he goes fishing so often. Much of his free time is spent practicing casting line in his driveway with brand name equipment.
He confronts internal conflict in the story when he mounts the rod in the boat. The narrator is getting ready for his date with Sheila in the middle of the story, when he “mounted his Mitchell reel on his(made changes to quote) Pflueger spinning reel rod and stuck it in the stern”. (Wetherell 2) The narrator crosses paths with internal conflict as he puts the rod in the boat, allowing for the possibility of getting the bass on his line and causing conflict with Sheila's dislike for fishing. Along with his love of fishing. The narrator also encounters internal conflict when Sheila brings up Eric Caswell.
Throughout the short story “Sheila Mant”, the protagonist must decide between the bass and Sheila. To start, there are a number of reasons that the main character may choose the fish. One reasoning is that the boy absolutely loves fishing. He has been fishing for years, countless of hours spent in the summer on his boat, reeling in catch after catch. He has the primest gear, the top brand equipment, specifically naming his “Mitchell reel” and his “Pfleuger spinning rod” (Wetherell 2).
Hi!, I’m Wil. Today I’m going to talk about Bass fishing. Bass are a very fun fish to catch, and I will try to cover most of this topic today. The first thing I want to talk about is Bass Habitat and food source. Bass are a predatory fish, this means that they have to eat other living animals to survive.
During that time he didn't have his license to be able to drive considering he was a teenager then being hit by that question many different scenarios started to run in his mind on what do I do, what do I say, Is she going to leave now and so on. Since the narrator wanted anything but to embarrass himself he responded they would travel by a canoe not telling why he did not have a normal vehicle. Secondly, when they finally started boarding the canoe Sheila started complaining about many things for example when she heard the splashing of the bass in the river which then lead her to express her feelings towards fishing.As stated in the book Sheilas exact words “I think fishings dumb, I mean its boring and all. Definitely dumb”. She also started complaining when she started to become aware of the buzzing noises of the bats and as well with just the whole boat ride she totally disliked.
Tyler Johnson due date: Friday Sept. 23 Journal 1 I have read the bass the ricer and Sheila mant by w.d wetherell the story is about a dude who likes a chick and asks her on a date and he takes her on a boat and catches a big fish. --------In this journal I will be questioning and relating. G pick fish or girl Y bass R fish don’t talk R better R it is a good bass Y girl R hot R he is a teen dude R watches her G fish is the answer Is the dude going to pick the fish or the girl? He will most likely he will pick the fish. The fish will not talk to him.
Fly Fishing for Carp :: Fishing There was a time when fishing for carp in the US was unheard of. However, the growth in popularity of the sport in recent years has meant that more and more people, when fly fishing, are accidentally catching these large fish. Whether you’ve done so accidentally and want to know more, or if the idea of fly fishing for forty pound monster fish is just something that sounds cool to you (and it is! ), then read on for some more tips on how it’s done:Sight Casting Like bonefish, you can often spot carp tailing in shallow water. Also like bonefish, carp is greedy critters, which will try to snack on anything that happens to appear in their line of sight.
I am reading “The Bass, The River, and Sheila Mant” by W. D. Wetherell, and I am on page 3. So far this book is about a boy who falls in love a girl who lives next door. He takes the girl out on a boat ride to a concert but realizes that he forgot to take his fishing line off of the boat until a very large bass comes along and pulls on his line. He tries to hide the fish on the line, because he knows that Sheila does not like to fish so he’s trying to hide the evidence. In this journal I will be questioning and connecting.