Man-eaters of Kumaon - Chapter 6, The Fish of My Dreams Summary & Analysis

Jim Corbett (hunter)
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Major Corbett loves to fish for mahseer, finding it a fascinating sport. The rivers he fishes in, though, are full of other wildlife as well. One day Corbett is out on the river trying to spot a tigress and her two cubs in order to photograph them. He is fishing all the while and at one point grapples with a fish on his line, on and off again. Eventually Corbett catches it and leaves it in the river tied with a line through its gills. The next day, when he releases it, it immediately swims away and pulls Corbett into the river. The fish is probably fifty pounds, though he eventually pulls it ashore. Catching the fish makes Corbett very happy.

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