There are many people who enjoy fishing. Sak Narwal doesn’t just enjoy it. Fishing is his absolute passion.
I wonder when Sak Narwal developed this passion? Was this something that happened when he was a young boy? My husband tells me that when a father takes his son fishing, it is like a ‘right of passage’. He and I went to Davy Crockett Birthplace State Park and saw a boy of about eight and a close family friend sharing the joys and pleasures of fishing. They ended up catching a small carp. It was fun to watch their intense concentration as they watched for some fish to catch hold of the line. I actually took a video of the fish he caught. The boy’s name was Cameron. I named the video “Cameron Catches A Carp.” If you want to see it, click on the video title. The photo shows Cameron and the neighbor as they fish.
I can just imagine Sak Narwal as a young boy catching a fish under the careful guidance of his father, his uncle, or perhaps a grandfather. Since I love alliteration, we could call the experience:
* Sak Snags a Salmon.
* Sak Spots a Spotted Green Puffer
* Sak Shows off his Sunfish.
Since his full name is Sak Narwal, let’s get some alliteration with his last name as well.
* Narwal Notices a Neon Tetra
* Narwal' Notes a Northern Mountain Swordtail
* Narwal’s Norman's Lampeye
Are there other fishing enthusiasts out there? If so, please share about what age you were when you first started fishing. Who taught you to fish? What kind of fishing pole did you use? What kind of lures? Do you have a good fishing tale to share? I’d love to hear it.