Fishing line Essays

  • Personal Narrative-The Lakeness Monster

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    The Lakeness Monster It was just a normal fishing day with my Grandpa. Out on the lake on the fishing boat, catching food for the family fish fry. Then, an unusual tug on the line. Knowing that there were only bluegill in the lake, I was slightly frightened. I was so used to easily reeling the fish in after they were caught on the line, but not this one. This “fish” was a monster. It was by far the hardest I had ever had to reel in any fish on my Grandpa’s lake and I wasn’t planning on letting it

  • Anglin Angling: The Art Of Fishing

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    Abstract Angling is a certain method of fishing that consists of a person using a hook and a line, which is normally connected to a rod. It is a safe and efficient way for fishermen to catch fish and release them with ease. With such an up and coming sport (fishing), it is important to avoid methods that cause overfishing and any harm to the fish that could result in an injury or death. There are a lot more good qualities that have to do with angling over all of the alternative methods. Most other

  • Blue Marlin Fishing

    511 Words  | 3 Pages

    American country, which is known for its beautiful waters. One of the best activities to perform here, is sport fishing. And the best way to go about it is to enjoy a great blue marlin fishing experience. The Pacific Ocean near the country is home to a number of fishing records, and if you are also interested in blue water fishing, then these tips will surely help you set on a great fishing adventure. 1. Identify the Right Spot The blue marlin is one of the most prized fish by anglers. There are many

  • Descriptive Essay About Summer

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    Summers have an air of relaxation to them for most people, but for me I can barely find a moment's rest. Because I work in the hospitality industry, summer is the busiest time of the year. My apartment is a 3 minute walk from the beach and yet I only rarely get to enjoy it. Although there are days, there are precious days, when I can just stop and smell the ocean. Where I can just sit there all day, seemingly without a care in the world. They don't happen often, but that's what makes them even more

  • The Bass And Sheila Mant Analysis

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    He also brought his fishing pole along with them. His fishing pole was in the back of the canoe and was going to trail the fishing line in the water while they went to the concert. When Sheila got into the canoe the narrator… “Pried the canoe away from the dock and started paddling upstream. There was an extra paddle in the bow

  • Symbolism And Symbolism In Kate Chopin's The Awakening

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    In Chopin’s The Awakening, symbols are extremely prevalent as a form of conveying a message or driving a point. The use of a symbol allows for individual interpretation which is important for this novel seeing as different understandings of Edna Pontellier’s actions do occur. More specifically, the symbol concerning the ocean and Edna learning to swim within it is significant for readers. This symbol is one which signifies momentous occasions for Edna such as improvements to her lifestyle or major

  • Fishing Persuasive Essay

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    When you book a fishing charter aboard one of Zeke’s Landing’s premier charter boats in gorgeous Orange Beach, Alabama, prepare to catch your own dinner. If you land a big fish, snap a picture for your friends and say, “Dinner is served!” Remember, though, nothing ruins a meal faster than uncleaned fish. If you’re on the squeamish side, ask Zeke’s Landing to clean it for you. However, many fisherman elect to do it themselves. If you choose to clean it yourself, Zeke’s Landing has a few tips for

  • Road Runner Persuasive Essay

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    rationale behind his Road Runner lure. He designed it in 1958, but rather than target only bass, trout or panfish, he wanted a generalist lure that would attract almost any fish. That’s exactly what Hall produced. A Road Runner slowly retrieved on light line will draw strikes from black bass, white bass, crappie, bluegills, sauger, walleyes, trout, stripers—you name it. Anything that eats minnows or insects is likely to nab it. It’s my guess, however, that the Blakemore Road Runner is more popular with

  • Informative Essay About Fishing

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    cultures all around the world. Depending on where one lives, fishing is either viewed as a necessity for survival, or it can be considered a sport. In some places, it is also viewed as a hobby. In some cultures, it can be considered a great stress reliever after a long, hard day at work. Since fishing is such a broad subject, I would like to narrow my focus on recreational fishing (in a boat) in south Louisiana. To be able to understand fishing, and what it truly means to be a fisherman, we must first

  • Is Santiago An Epic Hero Essay

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    life dedicated to fishing. Santiago is a poor man who fishes for a living even though he lives in a run down shack and rarely eats a good, healthy meal. Santiago dedicates his life to catching “the big one”. However, the actions of Santiago may be similar to the ones of epic heroes, Santiago proves to be his own kind of hero. Overall, in The Old Man and the Sea, Santiago is not an epic hero because he has doubts when he is fishing, he physically struggles to keep the fish on the line, and he does not

  • Benefits Of Bass Fishing

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    I believe that bass fishing is the best thing that a person can do for their health. Bass fishing can help a person vent their feelings. For example when ever my grandmother died all i wanted to do was to get out on the water and catch a fish. So with my wishes we went to the lake and went fishing and when ever i heard the mercury crank everything was better and when ever i we got the boat on a plane running about 70 down the lake it made everything a whole lot better. The smell of the lake water

  • The Bass The River Sheila Mant Analysis

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    letting Sheila go or the bass.There are many reasons the narrator had one of the hardest choices, including his immaturity as a teenage boy. The other main reason that it was a hard choice was that he wanted to impress Sheila, and since she didn’t like fishing he had to pretend to be someone he was not. Firstly, in the beginning of the story the narrator had an obsession with Sheila. He had fallen into a trap of her beauty, intelligence, and just her whole perspective

  • Summary Of The Bass The River And Sheila Mant

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    he truly is comes before any significant person in his life. The narrator was obsessed with both Sheila Mant and fishing so if he wasn’t thinking about one it would be the other. On the way down to their date, the narrator found out that Sheila Mant thought fishing was stupid and boring while he could not live without it. During the story, the narrator decided to let down a fishing line while Sheila was not paying attention and this is where he started to face a dilemma. He realized that “Sheila began

  • The Salmon Industry Analysis

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    The first foreign firm to enter the Chilean fishing industry was an American firm called Domsea Farms Chile, in 1974. However, it was not until the late 1980s that FDI started to have a significant impact on the Chilean industry. FDI inflows grew substantially between 1993 to 1996 and, again, between

  • Santiago's Unlucky: The Old Man And The Sea

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    does not stop Santiago from going out fishing everyday to try to catch the next massive marlin even though everyone else in town has no faith in him. “On the eighty fourth day Santiago decides to go out into the ocean where no man has gone before to catch the next giant marlin” (Marie 2). He sails way out where no land is in sight and starts to fish. Santiago knew it was going to be a good day of fishing as soon as he started. Shortly after he started fishing, Santiago started seeing jumping

  • Poem Analysis: The Fish

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    describe the fish. She then moves on to black and red, green, pink, yellow and then orange. Finally, we see that these colors are coming from an oil spill on the bottom of the boat, “Until everything was rainbow, rainbow, rainbow! And I let the fish go” (lines 74-75). In this moment the fisher experiences a sense of realization and victory in her mind, an epiphany. Each of the colors represents the pieces that comprise the decision of letting the fish go. The colors serve as the stepping stones for the fisher

  • Personal Narrative: The 41 Pound Bluecat

    539 Words  | 3 Pages

    my mom a picture. Then we kept on fishing. When we were done fishing I drove back to the boat dock and my dad went and got the truck and I loaded the boat. We went to the fish cleaning station and started to clean the fish that we had caught. Then we saw my mom 's car coming toward us. She watched us clean the fish and I made my sister touch the slimy fish. I don 't think mom cared much for the slime on my clothes and my stench of fish. But it is part of fishing. If you don 't come home slimy, you

  • Crucian Carp Mysticism

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    The crucian carp is one of the fish that has been surrounded with an mysticism for me and the members of my club. Think about it - haven’t you been fishing at night, seen crucian carp feeding and tried to catch them without any success ? I have and desperate attempts to catch even one of them didn’t result in anything. This continued until the day we started to study them more carefully and decided to fish for them exclusively. Pre-baiting the swim. The first successes came from a small lake outside

  • Essay On Symbolism In The Old Man And The Sea

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    piece between Santiago and Christ. The fisherman “felt the pull of the fish and then felt with his hand the progress of the skiff through the water” (89). Santiago doesn’t flinch at the pain when the fishing line cuts through his hands, resembling Christ’s mark of disgrace through his bloody palms. “Fishing kills me exactly as it keeps me alive” (106). The pain he is feeling is killing Santiago, which is an internal feeling but the creatures he is killing keeps him and many others alive causing an external

  • Persuasive Essay On Fishing

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    almost caught. The saying hard work pays off is not always true, but keep trying it is bound to happen. Sometimes in fishing things do not go your way, but that 's life and you need to recollect yourself and get over it because the world does not stop because you missed a fish of a lifetime. Many things happen for reason and you just have to except the fact that sometimes in fishing you just lose. On this day in history, the biggest fish I 've personally saw in a freshwater lake ever was almost