In spring, Papa takes me fishing, teaching me their names and to let them go when they’re too small.
By summer, I don’t want to go fishing with Papa, but he makes me. We go camping, but I don’t know what to say to him.
In autumn, I’m grown up and full of dreams for the future. My father listens to me as we wait for the fish to bite.
In winter, I am sitting by the water alone. Suddenly I hear a child cry, ‘Papa!’ I turn to look at my child’s smile. Now I understand all that my father taught me as we sat side-by-side, fishing.
Let’s Go Fishing is a story of life’s cycles and the way nature catches our hearts.