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Read entire text of story: Return to order form. My Fishing Adventure (Child Version) (Complete Story) Personalized parts are highlighted in Red. "My Fishing Adventure" was created especially for Karen Hunt at the age of 7 To Karen Love Mom and Dad May 25, 2012 Karen Hunt was peacefully reclining in her bed, browsing through her newest fishing catalog and thinking about the annual fishing contest at the Albuquerque Quarry. "I sure wish I could enter," Karen said to herself as she flipped through the pages. Karen turned the page and saw Bobber Bear in the catalog. "Boy, I wish I could be a fishing bear like Bobber Bear. I would be able to fish anytime I wanted," thought Karen as she gently nodded off to sleep. Karen began to dream. In her dream, she was magically transformed into Bobber Bear. What was even more amazing was the fact that Mitch was also transformed into another fishing bear. Mitch told Karen to get her fishing rod because they were going to enter the fishing rodeo! Karen was very excited as they began packing for their fishing trip. Along with sandwiches and fruit, they packed plenty of water to drink. Mitch brought a tent. They decided to go to the Bass Pro Shop to get sinkers, flies, hooks, floats and anything else they might need for the fishing contest. Mitch also looked at the new boats, outdoor gear and other fishing equipment. Karen was fascinated by the colossal 30,000 gallon saltwater aquarium they found stocked full of trophy-size fish of many types. There was even a real person in the tank hand-feeding the fish! At the fish camp, Karen and Mitch set up the tent for the night. With the boat in the water, they took their places and Mitch started the motor. "Look out fish, here we come!" yelled Karen and Mitch at the same time. First they cruised up the river so Mitch could find just the right spot. Karen was starting to get impatient when Mitch said, "This is the place!" Immediately, Karen began looking for fish. She wished Rob and Wrenny could be here with her. Karen watched Mitch get her fishing pole ready. Next, Mitch grabbed a spinner. Then Mitch helped Karen get her very own fishing rod ready. Karen was going to try a plastic worm first. Karen had trouble throwing out her fishing line. Several times it caught nothing other than branches of some other trees. Finally, she learned how to cast her artificial bait to the right spot. The first time Karen reeled in her line slowly. She was very disappointed that the fish were not biting. After three more casts, Karen began to understand that you do not catch fish every single time you throw out your line. Soon Karen was catching quite a few fish, but none of them were big enough to win a trophy! With the noon sun directly overhead, Mitch reeled in the line, but Karen left her line out and set her rod by her seat. While she was eating lunch, Karen heard a noise next to her. There was a quick jerk and her pole almost fell into the water. Karen quickly grabbed the pole, but the fish that Karen hooked was so-o-o big that it began pulling the boat! The sandwiches flew overboard as Karen, Mitch, the boat, and the fish headed down the river through the rapids. Mitch looked so funny trying to keep one hand on the boat and the other on his hat. Karen would have chuckled if she had not been afraid of losing her fish. As the boat raced toward the shore, the other fishing contestants could not get out of the way fast enough. Fishing poles were snapping and lines were breaking, as Rob and Wrenny and her other friends were cheering from the banks. Karen was ready to land the fish and try to win the trophy! The fish was the biggest ever caught in Wabash Quarry. The loudspeaker hailed, "The winner of this year's fishing contest is Karen Hunt... "Karen, Karen! Wake up!" Said Mitch, while shaking Karen out of her dream. "I just entered us in the big fishing contest. Let's go now or we will be late!" Karen grinned from ear to ear. Maybe her dream would come true after all! Karen Hunt Favorite fish to catch ________________________ Favorite fish to eat ________________________ Favorite fishing location ________________________ Other fishing partners ________________________ Return to order form. Kenai River Fishing Guides - Fish with top rated Kenai River fishing guide Mark Glassmaker. 15 Years Kenai River Alaska fishing guide veteran. Alaska Fly Fishing Lodge - Alaska fishing lodge vacations. Remote Katmai National Forest fly-out. At the confluence of 6 rivers, Alaska fishing does not get any better. Over 5 million salmon pass right by our lodge yearly. Skagway Sportfishing - Whether you are a beginner or seasoned angler, Captain Joe is always prepared to provide you with an exciting, unforgettable fishing experience. Located within walking distance from the cruise ship docks. Free Birthday Chronicle with every personalized children's book. Our prices include shipping and taxes. Our Other Adventure Books All of Our Personalized Books
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