One of the activities I love to do with my
family in the summer is go fishing. There
are many ways to fish. If you don’t like
touching worms, fly fishing is a really fun
alternative. You can put on waders or rubber
boots and stand in a shallow stream for
a different experience. If you haven’t ever
tried it, you will be surprised to know that
the “flies” used as bait are actually artificial.
They are made of thread, wires, yarn, feathers
Freshwater fishing is the most common
type of fishing. You can fish from a boat,
a dock or the shore. If you are new to this
activity and inexperienced at casting a line,
you might want to try “still fishing,” which
can be done without casting from almost
anywhere. Saltwater fishing takes place in
the ocean and is a bit more adventurous.
To learn about this and all other types of
fishing, the gear you’ll need, and tips and
tricks, visit Take Me Fishing, takemefishing.org/fishing/family/fishing-with-your-family.
Make sure you check out Fishing Safety Tips,
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