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Are there advantages to swimming in school? The answer is yes. There are many different ways that swimming in schools can help fish. There is safety in numbers, so one way is that it keeps fish safe from bigger predator fish that might try to attack and eat them. Some fish swim so close together they blend in with each other and to a predator it would look like one huge fish, making the predator confused and scared so they swim away.
Without this bladder, the fish would have to constantly swim in order to not sink to the bottom. The ability to stay still in the water allows the fish to save energy with constant movement. Underwater Breathing Just as humans need oxygen to survive, fish do as well. However, water contains only 2% of the oxygen of air. This would make it much more difficult to
If you plan to fish along Tellico River you will need to get up early. During the height of trout fishing season the best spots are occupied quickly. For trout fishing with a rod and reel live bait such as shrimp or sardines work best. If you feel a bit uneasy about using live bait you can also use artificial bait. When adding the bait to your hook you will need to hook the shrimp under the horn and hook the sardines under the fin.
HWST 213 Paper #1 Hukilau: An art of fishing in ancient Hawaii Hukilau fishing, literally meaning “to pull the leaves”, was one of the most famous ancient Hawaiian net fishing techniques. It was a process of sweeping the sea with ropes to which bunches of ti leaves had been tied to. Fish became frightened by the leaves and were driven forward toward shore. Ropes were used instead of nets in the deeper waters due to their ability to pass through rocky waters, whereas nets would easily be torn. Nets were used after the fish were herded into the shallow sandy beach areas.
The narrator of this poem goes through a series of stages in which she is at first detached from the fish, then intrigued by him, and then finally sympathetic towards him. In the very first lines of Bishop's poem, the narrator catches the fish and treats him as such. "I caught a tremendous fish / and held him beside the boat / half out of water, with my hook / fast in a corner of his mouth" (Bishop 665). She has just caught a fish and is in the process of bringing him onto the boat. She seems very disconnected from this fish, who is just the target of a sport--fishing.
"The Fish" by Elizabeth Bishop is loaded with vivid imagery and abundant description, which help the reader visualize the action. Bishop's use of imagery, narration, and tone allow the reader to visualize the fish and create a bond with him, a bond in which the reader comes to admire and respect the fish's plight. The mental pictures created are so brilliant that the reader believes this incident actually happened to a real person, thus building respect from the reader to the fish. Initially the reader is hammered with an intense image of the fish; he is "tremendous," "battered," "venerable," and "homely." This makes the reader sympathetic with the fish's situation, and helps the reader relate because everyone has been fishing.
To know the answer is what I'm wishing, Maybe I'll think of it, while I'm fishing. Juan Olivarez Gone Fishing Fishermen cast out their nets We all in turn go fishing Some will use a rod and line While others fish by wishing Some wish for so many things Like numbers in a line If the line is lacking some Next time they say that’s fine Others fish for gossip So they can tell to others No escape for anyone Not even someone’s brothers Fishing for a missing sock The washer won’t release Hiding out behind the drum With fluff and bits of fleece You see we all go fishing Not always using bait Just cast a line for what you want Then settle down and wait David Threadgold But I Caught Nine She slammed the door I'd heard it before Every month she is cranky This is that time She'll be back After a cuppa with mum A wonderful woman The peacemaker I'd been fishing They were biting So I stayed a bit longer I guess too long But Honey I caught nine You said you'd be home at one I planned things for us Now you ruined it Calm down Honey The World didn't end You wouldn't have noticed Too busy fishing and drinking When are you going to mow That jungle out the front I'm so sick of it It's fishing or bloody footy Off she went in a huff I'd mowed that
II. Where to Bass Fish A. Freshwater fishing can be done in many ways such as from a shore, boat, lake, pond, river or stream. B. Each type of freshwater fishing presents its own set of challenges, whether it’s still water (lakes and ponds) or moving water (rivers and streams) each environment has its own ecosystem and structure. C. Fishing in lakes and ponds is a good place to start because they are great places for fish to live.
Elizabeth Bishop states, “I stared and stared and victory filled up the little rented boat” (64-66). The fisherman is filled with victory from doing what other fishermen were unable to do: catch this fish. Even though the author has caught the fish, he admires the fish for what it has overcome and appreciates the magnificence of nature and releases the fish. By reading the poem carelessly, one could think that the fish won the fight, but the fish was not able to escape capture and the fishermen did what others couldn’t: catch the fish. The only