THE PINK HOUSE by David Dinklage
OR, I ALMOST HAD A BITE

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REDFISH "Ina still and shallow surf he fishes sandbar white and shell pink redfish in much the same manner he would fish bonefish in other waters."STRIPED BASS "he is telling about the rumor of a spotter plane out of the Chesapeake reporting a thirty-seven mile long school of large striped bass coming down along the coast of Virginia."BLUEFISH "the boys are running along a summer afternoon's surf chasing flighty schools of small blues scattering bait beneath the terns."BONEFISH "they mount the edge of the sill in cautious sallies, keeping their shadows close beneath them; briefly on, quickly off."POMPANO "there were shoals of pompano turning in the evening surf like polychromatic discs returning the last violet rays of the sinking sun."TUNA "and he told of his years with the charter boat fleet hunting the giant tuna, the giant tuna that were no more."GROUPER "they fished tarred hand lines without leaders and sunk with sash weights the hooks baited with orange chunks of conch."
 

About David Dinklage

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Published December 5, 2007 by iUniverse, Inc.. 264 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Sports & Outdoors. Non-fiction

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