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So often people just rush in and buy what they think they need only to be disappointed when the end result does not meet with their expectations. Often they give up, never knowing what they are missing out on.
Talk to other fishermen or women and hear what they have to say about the local conditions, the fish they are currently catching and also how the weather affects their results. Fishermen love to talk about their experiences and because they love to share, do give great advice. If they can show you their catch and it is a great one, then you should listen to their free advice.
When you set off for your day’s outing be prepared. Make sure you have your tackle sorted because imagine after a long drive you arrive at this great fishing hole only to discover you have left your fishing reel behind. Try to make sure that your tackle box is well stocked and ready to go fishing at short notice.
Paying close attention and studying your enviroment will definately help you catch more fish. If the fish are big use bigger bait or lures. Smaller fish will tend to leave your bigger lure or bait alone letting you concentrate on landing the big one.
By studing the water you may discover the hideout from where the big bass are catching their prey. If it is trout you are after look out for fast moving water or eddies.
There are many other things to look out for and the more you fish and gain expeience, the more successful you will become. The beauty about fishing is that you are dealing with nature and therefore will never know it all. Every time you go fishing you will learn something new.
Stealth is the name of the game. You have to be as quiet as you possibly can and do everything in slow lazy movements. It’s a known fact that fish are spooked very easily by loud sounds and sudden agitation. Disturbing the fish and other fishermen nearby you by talking loudly and the noisy clattering of tackle is not only bad manners but also poor fishing etiquette. Not cool. Like all other sports their are unspoken rules to follow that will enhance everyones fishing experience.
Before you leave get an update on the weather forecast for your fishing area and then dress accordingly. If you are dressed in board shorts and tee shirt and the weather suddenly turns foul, you then will spend most of your time trying to look for shelter to keep warm and not much fishing will be done. No one knows when or where the next fish will strike so you have to be ready otherwise it’s bye, bye fish.
Whether you are using artificial or live bait try to use something similar to what the fish you are stalking are feeding on. By trying to imitate the actions of the bait fish your prey is feeding on with your lure, you will be more successful. Your fishing results will tally to zero if the fish are feeding on the surface and your bait is lying on the bottom of the sream.
When you are relaxed and enjoying your time on the water you will become more in tune with your surroundings. Being mentaly aware of what’s happening around you will help you to stay on top of your game, which will naturally mean more fish in the cooler.
So to get the results you are hoping for, practice your knots,learn about plugs and flies, keep your tackle in great shape and study the fish you are hunting. Tight lines.A common symptom of squamous cell carcinoma of the skin is a sore that fails to heal properly, according to MedlinePlus. Cancerous lesions in the skin often become ulcerated, meaning the cancer growth cannot maintain the integrity of normal skin tissue and forms a sore. Since the lesion is surrounded by cancer growth, the skin cannot properly heal itself, and the sore can persist for weeks or even months. An ulcerated lesion may indicate early , mid or late stage squamous cell carcinoma of the skin, so patients with abnormal or persistent skin sores should seek medical attention to assess the health of their skin and address the possibility of cancer.
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2. Republicans will stop demeaning government.
Republicans have been putting down government for decades now. 2013 is when people will finally say, “Hey, if you’re so against government, fuck off and go home. The rest of us would like to see democracy at work, the strong and the weak each with only one finger on the button to make a better society for all Americans.”
By the end of 2013, intelligent young people will start planning to go to Washington to kick out the last remaining grey cynics in their grey suits and get to work in the most important, most civilized, most exciting endeavor known to humanity, the attempt to “establish justice, insure domestic tranquility” there goes the NRA “provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity.”
3. Blind reverence for the Constitution will diminish.
The Constitution was created to be changed. It is not holy writ. Some parts of it are obscure and poorly phrased, other parts just suck and should give way to imaginative reform.
4. Religious homophobes will become embarrassed by the words “traditional marriage” and stop getting in the way of inevitable civil rights.
There are many definitions of marriage in the bible, but one of the earliest can be found in Deuteronomy Chapter 21, verses 11 13:
If you are victorious in war, “and seest among the captives a beautiful woman, and has a desire unto her, that thou wouldst have her to thy wife, then shalt thou bring her home to thine house; and she shall shave her head, and pare her nails and she shall put the raiments of captivity off her, and shall remain in thine house, and bewail her father and her mother a full month: and after that thou shalt go in unto her, and be her husband and she shall be thy wife.”
A Hallmark moment if ever I saw one, but despite the fetishistic allure of bald women prisoners with short nails, this just isn’t, well. I was going to say “kosher,” but maybe “legal” would be safer. In modern parlance, this is what we call kidnapping, false imprisonment, and rape. In some states you could face the death penalty, though sadly, not by traditional means, stoning to death, which is illegal in America. (Goddamn liberals!) Of course traditional marriage was also polygamous and would, by modern legal standards, be defined as slavery.
Okay, so there will be a few fundamentalists who just won’t let go of such delightful concepts of matrimony, but I’m convinced that 99.9 percent of all other believers in America will have an epiphany and suddenly fast forward through 20 plus centuries and catch up with the rest of us in welcoming a widening definition of love and security.
5. Republicans will refute “trickle down” economics, push for higher taxes for the rich, and join a bipartisan war on poverty.
I am certain of this one. A “have you no shame?” moment is on the way. If you, a Republican politician, want to avoid being the target of this moment, if you want to get ahead of this, then contact me in New York and accompany me on a visit to some of the homeless shelters here. Thousands of men, women and children huddled in iron cots all over the city. Rows and rows of human beings lying in hunger, bedbugs, abject despair. When I was first taken to see them by an underpaid angel who visits these numerous hells on a regular basis, I turned to him at the end of the night and said in literal shock, “Is this really the best we can do?” I could not believe it. I could not believe it by which I mean it was unbearable to believe it: this America that I’ve loved since I was a child, allowing this extraordinary neglect? What possible amount of money could be worth this amount of suffering in so rich a country?
I know several Republicans and many rich people. If you could miniaturize the situation, none of them would tolerate this. Their mentally ill child out on the street? Their husband or wife utterly shut out from opportunity, plunged into paralyzing despair? Their housekeeper going hungry or cold? For even an acquaintance to be abandoned to poverty like this, swept away into warehouses, way stations of no hope on a lifelong wasted journey to nowhere? Not one of them would allow this if it was someone they knew. And yet, institutionally, we do, either out of ignorance or in obeisance to economic theories that were absurd when proposed, are doubly so after so many years of testing, and which coldly ignore national spirit. It would be better, less humiliating, if people were simply told, “We’re greedy and we want more and more and more and we just don’t care about you,” than to pretend that your greed is our solution, and by making that claim enable yourselves to feel good about this rabid defense of tragic and destructive inequality.
Raising taxes on the rich is not about mathematics. No one pretends it’s a numerical panacea, though it will help. It’s far more than that. It’s about morale. It’s character, the character of America. Yes, the rich give to charity a patronizing and inefficient fix if it’s any fix at all but what about us, the concept of unity, of sharing both good and bad, of being in the same boat, of being involved in a democratic process that empowers us all, that unites us all? If those who can afford to help who should want to help as a matter of patriotism, who can help without suffering themselves in any way turn their backs, are allowed to turn their backs, are encouraged to turn their backs on those who need help; if our best and brightest people clench their fists and disdain not just the less fortunate but the very idea that America was founded on democracy then what is left? This is so obvious to anyone with a brain and a heart that it must very soon become apparent even to those who currently defend the status quo.