Go Fish!
    Footnotes

    “Go Fish!” Friend, May 2003, 23

    Go Fish!

    Simon Peter told Jesus Christ that he and other fishermen had worked all night without catching any fish. Jesus told him to take his ship out into the deepest part of the Sea of Galilee and let down a net. Simon Peter and Andrew followed His counsel. To their great surprise, they caught so many fish that their net began to break. They called out to their partners, James and John, to come with their ship and help. The men soon filled both ships with so many fish that the ships started to sink! The fishermen were amazed at the great number of fish they caught, and they were quick to heed the words of Jesus when He said, “Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men.” (See Matt. 4:18–22; Luke 5:4–11.)

    “Catch” the 37 fish by reading forward, backward, down, up, and diagonally. Because all words have at least one letter that is not in any other word, it’s important to find the longest ones first.

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    barracuda

    grayling

    molly

    scalare

    bass

    guppy

    orange rockfish

    sole

    bluegill

    haddock

    perch

    sturgeon

    carp

    hake

    pike

    tarpon

    chub

    halibut

    piranha

    tetra

    cisco

    herring

    puffer

    trout

    cod

    mackerel

    red snapper

    tuna

    darter

    marlin

    salmon

    wahoo

    flounder

    minnow

    sardine

    yellowtail

    goldfish

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