“My dad tried to get me into the sport when I was younger, but my teenage brain deplored the whole thing. It requires a hunter’s patience and attunement to your surroundings. Lacking actual bait, you have to try to create an impression of foods that fish like to eat, guessing where they like to hang out and what they might want to be eating at different times of day and in different seasons. It seemed tedious...
“…I went back and hooked a nice striped bass. I rarely keep the fish I catch, but I ran off carrying this one to my local, to announce my triumph and receive a couple free drinks as congratulations....”
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