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In Their Own Words: Kivette Brown of Capitol Heights

Fishing at Carr’s Wharf in Mayo

You won’t believe what is on the end of this pole! I ran out of weights, so I just tied a rock to the end of the line. It’d be nice to get a rockfish with the rock weight.
    This was my mother’s pole. I grew up going fishing with her, my dad and his friends. We’d always go fishing. She passed away three years ago from cancer. I still remember her when I use it.
    Fishing takes patience. But don’t you just pray for patience. God will throw everything on you to test it. He sure does have a sense of humor.