Who Will Take - WhoWillTake TheBait? By:PatrickBakley And...

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“Who Will Take  The Bait?” By: Patrick Bakley And Ethan Cryer
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Question Which bait, out of a hand selected few, will attract more fish to your hook?
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Introduction We decided to this project, because we have been told that it is better to do a project that is easy and that you enjoy instead of a complicated and boring one. In this project we will be experimenting on what bait, out of a hand selected few, will attract the most fish to your hook. Since there are probably hundreds of types of bait, we chose to do just six of them due to the allotted time. We will also record every time a fish bites at the hook instead of just counting the number of fish caught. This way we
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bad fisherman. Hypothesis We hypothesis that the fish will be more attracted to the Chicken Liver than and of the other bait. We choose Chicken Liver because it is the only bait that I will use that is slimy like fish like and is actual food.
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This note was uploaded on 09/13/2011 for the course SPCH 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at Oklahoma State.

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