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Rockaholic Fishing quotes by John Cheever
#1. A collection of short stories is generally thought to be a horrendous clinker; an enforced courtesy for the elderly writer who wants to display the trophies of his youth, along with his trout flies. #Quote by John Cheever
Rockaholic Fishing quotes by Carl Safina
#2. The ocean is not just blank blue space but rather the habitat for amazing wildlife, and we have to take care how we use it. If we want to keep having the goods and services it provides, we have to treat it more carefully in terms of fishing and dumping. #Quote by Carl Safina
Rockaholic Fishing quotes by Vidar Sundstol
#3. It's actually been more like a 50-year interruption, he thought. A boy goes out fishing and has a lot of fun, and then suddenly one day his whole boring adult life starts up, with all its obligations. Fifty years later the interruption is finally over, and he can go back to fishing again. #Quote by Vidar Sundstol
Rockaholic Fishing quotes by Ted Trueblood
#4. Don't wait until you retire to go fishing. Don't even wait until your annual vacation. Go at every opportunity. Things that appear more urgent at the moment may, in the long run, turn out to be far less so. #Quote by Ted Trueblood
Rockaholic Fishing quotes by A. Best
#5. The fishing was good; it was the catching that was bad. #Quote by A. Best
Rockaholic Fishing quotes by Zane Grey
#6. Before exulatation had vanished, I felt as if I had been granted a marvellous privilege. Out of the inscrutable waters a beautiful fish had somehow leaped to show me fleetingly the life and spirit of his element. #Quote by Zane Grey
Rockaholic Fishing quotes by Carly Schroeder
#7. I never watch MTV. I don't have time to watch TV. And when I do, I'm watching the Discovery Channel. 'Deadliest Catch: Crab Fishing in Alaska,' that's my show. #Quote by Carly Schroeder
Rockaholic Fishing quotes by Zane Grey
#8. Fishing is a condition of the mind wherein one cannot have a bad time. #Quote by Zane Grey
Rockaholic Fishing quotes by Cindi Madsen
#9. If you could travel anywhere in the US for a vacation, where would you go?"
He reached up with his free hand and rubbed his jaw, two creases forming between his eyebrows. She wanted to take over for him, brush her fingers across his whiskers, make him groan the way she had earlier. But she decided to behave herself.
For now.
"I've always wanted to go to Yellowstone," he said. "See all the wildlife. Maybe go fishing." ...
"I'd pick a beach, Florida or California. Where I could be in my bikini more than not, rarely wear shoes, and wake up to the sound of the ocean."
"Well, if you're gonna be wearing a bikini, I'm switching to a beach vacation with you." ...
"Okay, so foreign vacation," she said, snuggling against him. "Then where would you go?" ...
"Let's just cut to the chase and say wherever you'd go. #Quote by Cindi Madsen
Rockaholic Fishing quotes by John Gay
#10. Around the steel no tortur'd worm shall twine, No blood of living insect stain my line; Let me, less cruel, cast the feather'd hook, With pliant rod athwart the pebbled brook, Silent along the mazy margin stray, And with the fur-wrought fly delude the prey. #Quote by John Gay
Rockaholic Fishing quotes by Norman MacCaig
#11. Well, I love fishing. I wouldn't kill a fly myself but I've no hesitation in killing a fish. A lot of men are like that. No bother. Out you come. Thump. And that's not the only reason. #Quote by Norman MacCaig
Rockaholic Fishing quotes by Fennel Hudson
#12. It had been a long quest. Yet I was within casting distance of my dream. #Quote by Fennel Hudson
Rockaholic Fishing quotes by Wade Boggs
#13. One guy that I wish was here right now, Ted Williams, helped me so much, our long talks, not about hitting but about fishing, one of Ted's passions, and I wish he was here today to share this with me because I owe so much to Ted Williams. #Quote by Wade Boggs
Rockaholic Fishing quotes by Martin Heidegger
#14. What is peddled about nowadays as philosophy, especially that of N.S., but has nothing to do with the inner truth and greatness of that movement is nothing but fishing in that troubled sea of values and totalities. #Quote by Martin Heidegger
Rockaholic Fishing quotes by Dave Barry
#15. Millions of Americans own dogs, because they are good-natured, simple, and easily amused. I am referring here to the Americans. The dogs are not exactly Mensa members either, but they definitely make better pets than tropical fish. #Quote by Dave Barry
Rockaholic Fishing quotes by Pablo Neruda
#16. Place gifts of silver in our hands. Give us this day our daily fish. #Quote by Pablo Neruda
Rockaholic Fishing quotes by John D. Voelker
#17. There is a lot of amiable fantasy written about trout fishing, but the truth is that few men know much if anything about the habits of trout and little more about the manner of taking them. #Quote by John D. Voelker
Rockaholic Fishing quotes by Joseph Monninger
#18. Fishing the small streams of New Hampshire is a pastime that combines hiking, map reading, and bushwhacking - plenty of it. #Quote by Joseph Monninger
Rockaholic Fishing quotes by Billy Williams
#19. Mobile is a seaport town, and we ate a lot of seafood. We'd go fishing, we'd catch our fish and we'd eat our fish. It was a ritual on Saturday morning for all my family - my grandfather, my brothers, my uncles, my father - to go fishing, and then the ladies of the family would clean the fish and fry them up. #Quote by Billy Williams
Rockaholic Fishing quotes by Sarah Orne Jewett
#20. Such a nice day - out all day up in the Carter Notch direction, trout-fishing, with the long drive there and the long drive home again in time for supper. It was a lovely brook and I caught seven good trout and one small one - which eight trout-persons you should have for your breakfast if only you were near enough. It was not alone the fishing, but the delightful loneliness and being out of doors. #Quote by Sarah Orne Jewett
Rockaholic Fishing quotes by Thomas McGuane
#21. Angling is extremely time consuming. That's sort of the whole point. #Quote by Thomas McGuane
Rockaholic Fishing quotes by Anonymous
#22. He'd tried fishing, dancing, gambling and drink, allegedly four of life's greatest pleasures, and wasn't sure that he saw the point. Food he was happy with - Death liked a good meal as much as anyone else. #Quote by Anonymous
Rockaholic Fishing quotes by William Gilbert
#23. I am never, never, sick at sea. What never? No never! What never? Hardly ever. #Quote by William Gilbert
Rockaholic Fishing quotes by Yanni
#24. I don't want problems solved for me. I want the fishing rod, not the fish. #Quote by Yanni
Rockaholic Fishing quotes by Jon McGregor
#25. the rain falls, catching the trailing edges of net curtains which flow out of open windows like fishing nets lowered over the backs of boats, nets hung neatly between the outside and the in, keeping floundering secrets firmly hidden... #Quote by Jon McGregor
Rockaholic Fishing quotes by Gary Paul Nabhan
#26. Solitude takes time, and caregivers to children have no time. Our children demand attention and need care. They ask questions and parents must answer. The number of decisions that go into a week of parenting astonishes me. Women have known for centuries what I have just discovered: going to work every day is far easier than staying home raising children...thoughtful parenting requires time to think, and parents of young children do not have time to think...One middle-aged female writing student spoke to me of feeling she lacked the freedom to "play hooky in nature"; it is an act of leisure men indulge in while women stay at home, keeping domestic life in order. Men often can justify poking around in the woods as a part of their profession, or as part of an acceptably manly activity like hunting or fishing. Women, for generations circumscribed by conventional values, must purposefully create opportunities for solitude, for exploration of nature or ideas, for writing. #Quote by Gary Paul Nabhan
Rockaholic Fishing quotes by Fennel Hudson
#27. Teach a man to fish and you've fed him for a lifetime. Unless, of course, he doesn't like sushi – then you'll have to buy him a Kelly Kettle, hobo stove and frying pan as well. #Quote by Fennel Hudson
Rockaholic Fishing quotes by David Chang
#28. I think that the Japanese - and I do love Japanese cuisine and adore Japanese food culture - I think that they're going to plow through the entire world's fishing. They're going to eat everything anyways. #Quote by David Chang
Rockaholic Fishing quotes by Kenneth Fenter
#29. Hi, I have just added my new novel, "Incessant Expectations" for your reading enjoyment. It is about commercial salmon fishing on the Oregon coast circa 1976. It is fiction. The industry doesn't exist anymore. A young farmer from the dry country in Southwestern Colorado visits the wet Northwestern Oregon coast, seeking a summer job after his dad's farm is sold in the spring. He has spent his first 22 years in isolation, doing hard labor on the family farm. He knows hard work but has little social experience. During his summer of 1976 he learns about the ocean, fishing, and women. #Quote by Kenneth Fenter
Rockaholic Fishing quotes by Mary H.K. Choi
#30. Unlike cooking, photography kept you on your toes. It was chaotic and human -- utterly unpredictable. to capture an unposed face you had to wait for it. It was spear fishing. you had to move between the competing rhythms of the world and strike. #Quote by Mary H.K. Choi
Rockaholic Fishing quotes by Les Claypool
#31. Comedians get jokes offered to them, rock stars get women and underwear thrown onstage, and I get guys that want to take me fishing. #Quote by Les Claypool
Rockaholic Fishing quotes by Daniel Henderson
#32. specifically of the basic provisions of bread and fish, with no mention of fishing boats, lake cabins, or new video games. Perhaps the answer is in the point He has already made, that the truly "good" things we seek first are the issues pertaining to the kingdom of God. In a parallel passage found in Luke's gospel, Jesus clarifies His focus on the good things we should expect with #Quote by Daniel Henderson
Rockaholic Fishing quotes by Edgar Guest
#33. Along a stream that raced and ran
Through tangled trees and over stones,
That long had heard the pipes o' Pan
And shared the joys that nature owns,
I met a fellow fisherman,
Who greeted me in cheerful tones.
Foes think the bad in him they've guessed
And prate about the wrong they scan;
Friends that have seen him at his best
Believe they know his every plan;
I know him better than the rest,
I know him as a fisherman. #Quote by Edgar Guest
Rockaholic Fishing quotes by Paul Copperman
#34. Consider what a child misses during the 15, 000 hours (from birth to age seventeen) he spends in front of the TV screen. He is not working in the garage with his father, or in the garden with his mother. He is not doing homework, or reading, or collecting stamps. He is not cleaning his room, washing the supper dishes, or cutting the lawn. He is not listening to a discussion about community politics among his parents and their friends. He is not playing baseball or going fishing, or painting pictures. Exactly what does television offer that is so valuable it can replace these activities that transform an impulsive, self-absorbed child into a critically thinking adult? #Quote by Paul Copperman
Rockaholic Fishing quotes by Daniel Pauly
#35. We suggest that in the next decades fisheries management will have to emphasize the rebuilding of fish populations embedded within functional food webs, within large 'no-take' marine protected areas. #Quote by Daniel Pauly
Rockaholic Fishing quotes by Lefty Kreh
#36. There's more B.S. in fly fishing than there is in a Kansas feedlot. #Quote by Lefty Kreh
Rockaholic Fishing quotes by Lisa Kleypas
#37. How strange," she said, "not to recognize one's own face."
"You have no cause for complaint," Grant said huskily. Even bruised and pale and ravaged, her face was incomparable.
"Do you think so?" She stared into the looking glass without a trace of self-satisfactionshe had displayed at the ball. *That* Vivien had had no doubt of her many attractions. This woman was far less confident.
"Everyone thinks so. You're known as one of the great beauties of London."
"I don't see why." Catching his skeptical expression, she added, "Truly, I'm not fishing for compliments, it's just... seems a very ordinary face." She produced a comical, clownish expression, like a child experimenting with her reflection. A shaken laugh escaped her. "It doesn't seem to belong to me. #Quote by Lisa Kleypas
Rockaholic Fishing quotes by Ayn Rand
#38. When all the decent pleasures are forbidden, there's always ways to get the rotten ones. You don't break into grocery stores after dark and you don't pick your fellow's pockets to buy classical symphonies or fishing tackle, but if it's to get stinking drunk and forget you do. #Quote by Ayn Rand
Rockaholic Fishing quotes by John Holt
#39. When children are very young, they have natural curiosities about the world and explore them, trying diligently to figure out what is real. As they become "producers " they fall away from exploration and start fishing for the right answers with little thought. They believe they must always be right, so they quickly forget mistakes and how these mistakes were made. They believe that the only good response from the teacher is "yes," and that a "no" is defeat. #Quote by John Holt
Rockaholic Fishing quotes by Zane Grey
#40. Fishermen, no matter what supreme good fortune befalls them, cannot ever be absolutely satisfied. It is a fundamental weakness of intellect. #Quote by Zane Grey
Rockaholic Fishing quotes by Erin McCarthy
#41. Sounds like a plan. I owe Tammy a big thank-you." Ty sighed. "I think I'm too old for this bachelor party crap."
"We'll be planning yours soon enough."
That was so not appealing, Ty was almost scared. "Let's just go fishing and call it good."
"Done. #Quote by Erin McCarthy
Rockaholic Fishing quotes by Ted Nugent
#42. There's an absolute surety to the hands-on conservation lifestyle of hunting, fishing and trapping where you know you're going to consume today. #Quote by Ted Nugent
Rockaholic Fishing quotes by Howard Zinn
#43. The women tended the crops and took general charge of village affairs while the men were always hunting or fishing. And since they supplied the moccasins and food for warring expeditions, they had some control over military matters. As Gary B. Nash notes in his fascinating study of early America, Red, White, and Black: "Thus power was shared between the sexes and the European idea of male dominancy and female subordination in all things was conspicuously absent in Iroquois society. #Quote by Howard Zinn
Rockaholic Fishing quotes by Piper Vaughn
#44. I don't care who knows, babe. It sucks not being able to be near you like I want to just 'cause Dre or Nicky might be watching. You hafta know I wanna kiss you, like, all the damn time."
"Why?" Jesse wasn't fishing for compliments. He really didn't understand.
"You actually mean that?"
Jesse nodded his head miserably. Shane lifted his chin. "Because you're smart, and funny, and I can't even hear a single note you sing without getting all turned on…and, well, because I'm falling for you. Like, hard." Shane's forehead wrinkled, his eyes went puppy-dog droopy. "Don't you feel the same way about me?"
Shane's sudden insecurity was sweet and sad and so very endearing. "Of course I do. But you're Shane. I'm just…" A nerd. Ugly, squishy, pale, and too damn blind to get rid of these dumb ass glasses.
"There is no 'just' anything. Jess, you're my boyfriend. Right? #Quote by Piper Vaughn
Rockaholic Fishing quotes by Marianne Williamson
#45. Our greatest hope is for the experience of joy, and often we are not as smart as we think we are when it comes to predicting what would bring us that joy ... Hope that is attached to a particular outcome is looking for pleasure but fishing for pain, because attachment itself is a source of pain. It is best to hope for an experience of life in all its fullness-a life that can embrace both joy and sorrow, and will still be at peace. #Quote by Marianne Williamson

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