My Fishiung Trip

Reads: 82  | Likes: 0  | Shelves: 0  | Comments: 0

More Details
Status: Finished  |  Genre: Non-Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic
it is about fishing and what we did that day on the St. Croix river.

Submitted: December 13, 2011

A A A | A A A

Submitted: December 13, 2011

A A A

A A A


Have you ever gone fishing without something that you needed to fish with? Well that very thing has happened to me. There was a time that we had to make due with what we had with us.
It was my dad, my sister, and I, and we were going fishing on the St. Croix River. We were fishing from land, not a boat. My dad said, “We only have two fishing poles to fish with.”
When I heard him say this I wanted to fish even more. So, I talked to my dad and said, “I will look around for something I could make into a fishing pole.” 
My dad replied with the answer, “ok,” so my dad and sister started to fishing with the two fishing poles. Then I found a stick that I could use for fishing, so I picked it up.
Once I brought it back to use, I asked my dad, “To see if he had some fishing line I could use” with the stick.
He said, “We have some,” and he told me it is in the tackle box over on the rock next to the bait bucket.” So I looked in the tackle box and found the fishing line then I tied the string to the stick with a hook on the end of the string. So I could start fishing. I baited the hook tossed out the line, sat on a rock. I waited for a fish to bite the hook with the worm on it. My dad was catching fish and he asked me if I wanted to use his pole.
I said, “No” because I was going to use the stick pole.
I finally started to catch fish with my stick pole, and my dad was amazed that I was catching more bass, carp, and suckers than both he and my sister were.
The next thing they asked me was, “How are you catching all of these fish?”  I replied I am doing the same thing both of you are doing to catch them.
 So then I asked my dad, “If we could keep some of the fish we were catching” and he said that we could.
Finally we had to get going, but we all had fun that day on the St. Croix catching fish. When we got home my dad cooked all the fish we had caught that day in a batter shore lunch. Then I replied the fish tasted really good. I wish we could have more time to fish on the St. Croix.
 My dad told me, “We can do this again some other time.” I hope we have as much fun the next time and catch as many fish then as we did this time.  My dad said, “We can take the boat next time we go” and maybe take the dog with too.
Have you ever gone fishing without something that you needed to fish with? Well that very thing has happened to me. There was a time that we had to make due with what we had with us.
It was my dad, my sister, and I, and we were going fishing on the St. Croix River. We were fishing from land, not a boat. My dad said, “We only have two fishing poles to fish with.”
When I heard him say this I wanted to fish even more. So, I talked to my dad and said, “I will look around for something I could make into a fishing pole.” 
My dad replied with the answer, “ok,” so my dad and sister started to fishing with the two fishing poles. Then I found a stick that I could use for fishing, so I picked it up.
Once I brought it back to use, I asked my dad, “To see if he had some fishing line I could use” with the stick.
He said, “We have some,” and he told me it is in the tackle box over on the rock next to the bait bucket.” So I looked in the tackle box and found the fishing line then I tied the string to the stick with a hook on the end of the string. So I could start fishing. I baited the hook tossed out the line, sat on a rock. I waited for a fish to bite the hook with the worm on it. My dad was catching fish and he asked me if I wanted to use his pole.
I said, “No” because I was going to use the stick pole.
I finally started to catch fish with my stick pole, and my dad was amazed that I was catching more bass, carp, and suckers than both he and my sister were.
The next thing they asked me was, “How are you catching all of these fish?”  I replied I am doing the same thing both of you are doing to catch them.
 So then I asked my dad, “If we could keep some of the fish we were catching” and he said that we could.
Finally we had to get going, but we all had fun that day on the St. Croix catching fish. When we got home my dad cooked all the fish we had caught that day in a batter shore lunch. Then I replied the fish tasted really good. I wish we could have more time to fish on the St. Croix.
 My dad told me, “We can do this again some other time.” I hope we have as much fun the next time and catch as many fish then as we did this time.  My dad said, “We can take the boat next time we go” and maybe take the dog with too.
 


© Copyright 2017 ryan1234. All rights reserved.

Add Your Comments: