by having a seafood will offer her with sustenance this way.
The fishing image fits into Krier and Swart’s framework of an action trophy. Fishing produces envy by showing the idealized, socially respected character characteristics associated with possessor, the fisherman. Those traits consist of courage, gameness, integrity, and composure into the face of voluntarily selected risk. Fishing may well not represent conquest, exploitation, or status superiority, but courage and fortitude. A set of ethics that is often viewed more favorably than buying farmed fish from the grocery store in fact, going out to fish portrays. These fishing images very rely on the legend understanding, the foundation of prospective envy, that the audience has.