41 thoughts on “Cherita #6

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      1. Fishing is fun, but I don’t think I’ve ever released one catfish I’ve ever caught, except into my skillet. I LOVE catfish.

        Looks like a good fishing spot too.

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      2. Really! We caught two 18″ catfish. I lost a third right on the shore. That area is designated catch and release though.

        My son caught a large mouth bass. That was exciting. It bent his pole right over. It was fun!

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      3. I started catching catfish when I was 7, baited my hook and the whole 9 yards. Nothing tastes better on a plate than corn on the cob fresh off the grill along side deep skillet fried catfish rolled in some yellow corn meal, before cooking!!!

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      4. I have never tried catfish. My grandmother makes pan fish that way, and they are amazing. Catfish are heavy fish. They are a riot to catch. I am impressed that you could bait the hook at 7.

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      5. I was hunting rabbits and quail at 12, a crack shot by 15…was groomed for the Rangers sniper unit and didn’t even know it. I don’t hunt any longer but i fish catfish, bull heads and perch whenever I can. I also catch sardines and smelt with a net.

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    1. Thank you, Aruna. A cherita is a poem in three stanzas that must tell a story. The first stanza is one line, the second is two and the third is three. These are labeled “cherita”, because the poetry form does not include a title. Hope that helps.


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