Why does the author not rate his fishing skills highly?
Chapter 17 three men in a boat

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According to the chapter, a good fisherman needs to consider various matter at a time, should be untidy when it comes to throwing, ought to be alert, have good imagination, have a play of fancy and the power of invention. In other words, a good fisherman's mind wanders through different spaces rather than being fixed a single point or thought. The person ought to have ideas of probability.  However, Jerome concludes that he did not possess these qualities and therefore, did not rate his fishing skills highly.

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