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    Persuasive Fishing

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    General purpose: To Persuade Specific purpose: To persuade the audience to go fishing this summer. Central Idea: Fishing is fun and easy Pattern: Topical Pattern Introduction: I have been fishing for 10+ years and really enjoy it and would love to share this hobby of mine with others. Body: There are so many ways to fish and I would like to share with you some information on my favorite ways to fish. Bow fishing is my favorite way to catch fish and it begins around May when the temperature

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    Fishing Steps

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    How to Fish Do you need help finding a fishing location? Do you want to know how to find out what you fishing for? Do you want to know when the best time for fishing is? Don’t worry with the steps and techniques you learn from this paper you will ask no more questions. These steps I am using now I have been using for years and have never failed me. Photo by Google Images Photo by Google Images First you want to find a location of where you are going to fish. You can do this by using the web to

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    Trumbo Fishing

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    but Trumbo sheds new light on it when he focuses on the particular relationship of Joe and his father in “Johnny Got His Gun”. This passage looks at the significance of the annual fishing trip they take and the careful way in which they approach each other. When Joe’s friend Bill Harper decides to come to this sacred fishing event‚ the equilibrium of the whole relationship is questioned. Trumbo combines the use of perspective‚ syntax‚ and specific selection of detail in order to depict the precarious

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    Cyanide Fishing

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    Cyanide Fishing Recently‚ cyanide fishing for tropical and exotic species has become more prevalent in the South Pacific‚ causing harm to not only the marine life that is targeted‚ but their habitats as well. Many people in South East Asian countries rely solely on this fishing practice for income‚ in which they chase these tropical marine species and spray them with a cyanide solution to stun them and aid in their capture. These fish are then put into bags and exported to places like North America

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    Over Fishing

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    International problem: Over fishing Fishing once thought of as a leisure activity is now causing serious issues on the marine environment. Fishing‚ when taken to the extreme can cause species to deplete in numbers and over turn the natural food chain. Many people are involved in over fishing all over the world. The reasons they take part in the practise are also altering. However many of the fisherman are from poorer countries and they see it as‚ the more fish they return home with the more they

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    Fishing Regulations

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    Fishing is a hobby enjoyed by thousands of people for thousands of years. Ever since humans have learned to fish it has become a hobby‚ sport‚ and business. In 2009 alone‚ Americans have consumed 4.8 billion pounds of seafood‚ and this number increases more and more each year. We already know that because of our over-population problem that fish is becoming more finite everyday. Luckily‚ we have many fishing regulations to help try to combat this problem. In 1871 the United States government took

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    Fishing adventure

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    As my eyes glazed over the crystal clear lake‚ only one thing came to my mind. The fishing was going to be awesome. After getting to the secluded Lake of the Woods‚ located in Ontario‚ Canada‚ we wasted no time in getting our poles in the water in hopes of catching the big wahnee. I felt enormously optimistic about the fishing trip‚ since I knew all of the tricks of the trade about fishing. We rushed down to the shoreline and threw our poles in. After my eight family members and I got tired of reputedly

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    Gone Fishing

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    GONE FISHING We have all heard the saying “Give a man a fish and you will feed him for a day‚ But teach a man to fish‚ and you will feed him for a lifetime”. Now imagine if feeding the man wasn’t why the man went fishing in the first place. What if men taught men to fish not only because it delivered a satisfying fullness to their bellies‚ but because they knew that it also meant they would get to enjoy a emotionally fulfilling unexplained feeling they had all once felt. Beneath the obvious

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    Destructive Fishing

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    Correcting Destructive Fishing Correcting Destructive Fishing Fishing can be a very relaxing pastime in fact fishing is actually one of the most popular pastimes around the globe. Although it may sound strange there are some onlookers that actually view some fishermen as crazy due to the amount of hours that is spent waiting. I believe this time to be serene‚ now where does one draw the line between a pastime and destructive fishing? According to the video from our week six assignments

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    My Love For Fishing

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    My uncle introduced me to fishing at an early age. My love for fishing began during our first trip together. I became hooked on the sport the moment I threw my line in the water and caught my first fish. In fact‚ that first fish‚ as little as it was‚ was mounted and hangs on my bedroom wall. Whether we caught fish or not‚ every trip was filled with new experiences and increased my love for the outdoors. An added bonus‚ although not realized until I matured‚ was the increasing bond between myself

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