Tag Archives: Fishing

Gone Fishing

The alien starship nearly crashed into Earth. Luckily, the crew restarted the engines a scant 300ft above a lake. All was fine, except a package of exotic food fell out. No one knew how it would affect Earth creatures. Unaware … Continue reading

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The Fish Expert

The small town of Anagnos on the Grecian coast enjoyed a reputation for great fishing. Part of this was due to the exploits and the sage advice blog of The Fish Expert. Stewart trudged along the beach past tourists and … Continue reading

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Mollie Gob & The Crisp – Super-Short Mega Story

Mollie Gob & The Crisp Glenn, Bert, and Jensen stood on the bank of the lake fishing and drinking beer. Mostly, they drank beer. Glenn opened a Victoria Bitter. “The story goes,” he said. “There’s a dinosaur, a Plesiosaur they … Continue reading

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Naiad Repellent – Sunday Photo Fiction

Written for Sunday Photo Fiction. A story, about a dangerous encounter with River Naiads and an unexpected way to overcome them, begins after the photo. Genre: Urban Fantasy/Humor Naiad Repellent By 8:00AM, Nick and Howie had pulled in a goodly … Continue reading

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Gone Fishing – Sunday Photo Fiction

Continued from a previous story, here. This is written for Sunday Photo Fiction. Love the historically important pic, Alastair! A story about creative thinking begins after the photo. Genre: Steampunk/Humor Gone Fishing Arteigna’s hair was matted with sweat. Her dress … Continue reading

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Courageous Fishing – Trifextra: Week Eighty-Eight

Written for Trifextra. A limerick about fishing. Begins after the comic. Courageous Fishing Fishing champ Jake hooked a monster in the moor. The shambling thing stumbled, gave a horrible roar. But then Jake never shook. He baited another hook. Caught … Continue reading

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