One competitor in a fishing match on Lake Michigan Friday reeled in a steelhead with a marriage ceremony ring mysteriously attached to its tail by a zip tie, prompting all sorts of speculation about how the ring got there.
But Monday, former proprietor of the wedding ceremony band came forward to declare why he launched the “cursed” ring into the water almost seven weeks within the past.
Capt. Jason Rose advised the Chicago Sun Times that his decade-prolonged marriage ended four years within the past and he at closing selected a poetic formulation to discard of the emblem of their ill-fated union. “I’m a fishing files; she used to be continuously against me following my dreams and hated how necessary I fished,” he advised the newspaper.
Rose attached his silver marriage ceremony ring, which has a single diamond and the inscription “SDH Steel” to the tail of a steelhead fish and launched it across the lake approach the port of Whitehall, Mich., on Could even fair 4.
“Four years went by since our divorce. I felt I most vital to acquire rid of that ring, but I didn’t wish to appropriate toss it to the bottom, pawn it or any of that form of ingredient,” Rose talked about. “So I launched it basically the most efficient formulation I do know the way. I’m convinced that ring is cursed. My lifestyles has been nothing decrease than tall since I launched it.”
The melancholy fish remerged seven weeks later when Joe Penar caught the steelhead on buddy Jim Nelligan’s boat “Grey Lion II” all thru the Plod the Passion match by Salmon Unlimited of Illinois, USA This day reported.
Now it looks Rose fully handed the unhealthy luck across the pond to 1 unsuspecting boat proprietor.
“That ring is cursed. Ever since it came on my boat, I’ve had complications with my Glendinning engine controls, the switch to enhance the helm floor to acquire at the engines broke and the hose at my dock burst,” Nelligan talked about.
“I suspect we’ll mail it support to him, no return address,” he joked.