Use the proper gear. Try to use a medium - medium/heavy pole. You want a pole with good backbone to pull the bass out of cover, but not so lightweight that you set the hook or land the bass once you have got the strike. Try to use a reel with at least 3 ball bearings. You do not have to spend a fortune for good tackle ,but remember if you go too cheap on your tackle, you will lose fish.
Journal #1 I am reading “The Bass, The RIver and Shelia Mant” by W.D. Wetheraell, I'm on page #5. So far this book is about a boy that loves fishing and this girl named Shelia Mant. He asks Sheila out on a date and she agreed. So there on the date and there's a huge bass on the line, but he doesn't want to reel it in because Sheila hates fishing. In this journal, I will be questioning and connecting.
In the story “The Bass, the River, and Sheila Mant” a boy takes a girl named Sheila Mant on a date and has to make a difficult decision. That difficult decision is his dream girl or a huge fish that he might never get the chance to catch again. This is a hard choice to make because he loves fishing, but Sheila on the other hand does not. He could pick Sheila because he loves her very much. For the past couple of summers he has been admiring and watching her.
I think he will go for the fish Will the narrator pick the Bass or Sheila? He may pick the Bass. Firstly, the boy might pick the bass is because it is his favorite past time. He has a lot of knowledge about fishing; he knows what a bass sounds like from a splash. Fishing is 2nd nature to him; every time he gets his boat
From the rapid waterfalls to calm lakes, there is usually some fishermen’s nearby taking in the fresh air and attempting to catch the ‘big one’ of the day. Fishermen’s for a long time had found fishing in isolation enjoyable for the opportunity to reevaluate decisions and come to terms with one’s own self. However, just as there are differences between people, there is a multitude of reasons for a fisherman fishing. An example of fishermen varies intents on fishing are found in A River Runs Through It. The novella was written by Norman Maclean and depicted a setting in Montana, where a family of Presbyterian’s fishermen lived as they attempt to understand their connections to their surroundings through fishing.
In the short story, “The Bass, The River, and Sheila Mant.”, the narrator changes his fate, unfortunately it is not the fate he thinks. He goes on a date with his crush next door, taking her on a boat ride down a river. While on the river Sheila tells him about how much she hates fishing, while it’s the narrator's favorite hobby. A fish suddenly hooks on to his fishing pole line in the water and he wants to try to reel it in but he is afraid of what Sheila will think.
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.
Bristol Bay is located in southwest Alaska and is 40,000 square miles. Within Bristol Bay there are 5 national parks and wildlife refuges. There are 7500 people who live in the area, 66% of them are Alaskan native. Like many Alaskan native communities, they rely greatly on their natural resources around them. Bristol Bay is very remote therefore there are no connecting roads to Alaska’s main cities so the only way to get there is by plane.
Journal 1 I am reading “the bass, the river, and Shelia Mant ” by W.D Wetherill. So far this story is about this boy who likes a girl that joust moved near bass boy. In this journal I will be questioning and As I read this story, I wonder if the narrator will pick bass or Sheila. It is possible that he’ll pick the bass.
What seemed to be the biggest bass in the river, snagged on the line. There is no way the boy could let Sheila know of this. The rest of the night, the narrator maneuvers the boat perfectly and somehow manages to keep the fish on the line, without Sheila having any knowledge. They finally reach their destination and the boy is faced with a crippling decision. The boy has to either cut the line, letting the fish go, or risk having Sheila lose all interest in him by reeling in the fish.
Imagery of the bass, the river, and Sheila Mant One of the main themes of this story is that sacrifice. The narrator of this story is not given a name but he is fourteen year old. The narrator has a major crush on a women- seventeen year old, Sheila Mant. The narrator finally, and I say finally, asks Sheila on a date via the narrator’s boat.
The Bass, the River and Sheila Mant In the beginning of the story the narrator falls in love with Sheila Mant. As the story develops he learns that she thinks fishing is dumb, since he loves fishing he is dumbfounded. As to not offput her cuts a bass off his line. That choice goes wrong as she leaves him for someone else.
Chapter 6: Is the Weather Good for Fishing? After the terrifying incident happened, Annemarie's parents decided to send Annemarie, Ellen, and Kirsti to Uncle Henrik. At first, Annemarie's whole family including Ellen were going to go together, but to avoid suspicion, Annemarie's Mother suggested that only she will go with the kids. Annemarie's Father should stay in the apartment and not leave it completely vacant.
Also, the fish represent the obstacles that one may face while trying to reach their goal and shaping their ability to achieve it. This ultimately challenges them to decide whether to accept the task and grow or abandon their dreams by giving up. The girl’s the environment around her influenced her hard work ethic and her decision to have patience to accomplish her