By Wendy Langhans
When it comes to fishing, I am the laughing stock of my family. My father and brother are avid outdoorsmen, so fishing is second nature to them. My mother loved to fish, and she often took my sister and I with her. So I learned how to bait a hook; I learned how to watch bobbers for the telltale nibble. But, for the life of me, I could never learn how to set the hook. More often that not, the fish got away. I was a total fishing failure.