Born to fish since 1958
Once I retire and slow down, I don't want to be in New York. I want to be somewhere near a lake or a pond, so that on my days when I have nothing to do, I can go fishing.
We ask a simple question: And that is all we wish: Are fishermen all liars? Or do only liars fish? ~William Sherwood Fox, Silken Lines and Silver Hooks, 1954
Somebody just back of you while you are fishing is as bad as someone looking over your shoulder while you write a letter to your girl. ~Ernest Hemingway
In our fields, on our fishing vessels, in our factories and our homes, there are people deprived of their freedom and trapped in a life of unimaginable suffering.
Until I was twelve years old, I led this wandering life, fishing, swimming, and making moccasins.
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[ Born to fish since 1958 ].
To him, all good things—trout as well as eternal salvation—come by grace and grace comes by art and art does not come easy. ~Norman Maclean (author, A River Runs Through It)
A DAY WITHOUT FISHING IS LIKE A DAY WITHTOUT SUNSHINE
I'll paddle board, swim in the ocean, roll in the sand, soak up the sun, eat good food, be with friends and family and go fishing with my dad.
I recognise that fishing is perhaps not the most high-employment industry in this country, but it's a symbol of what we lost when we entered the E.U.: control over national resources that, if we retained them, we could have husbanded in our interest and, indeed, in the interest of others.