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Fishing As Family Activity

Fishing As Family Activity

Fishing stories
Many people love to go fishing, instead of playing tennis or golf. Others make it their primary sport activity together with their families and friends to relieve boredom and stress. Surveys say that more than 3 million GCC people love to go fishing and make it their lifestyle option instead of other sports. In many countries, fishing represents a substantial impact on the state economy. Hundreds of millions of dollars are represented and about 20,000 people list fishing as their source of livelihood. However, most people consider it as a form of relaxation and a family activity. In general, it is a lifestyle option. In the book titled “The Incomplete Psychology of Everyday Fishing;” psychologist Paul G. Quinnett dedicated an entire chapter about fishing as a source to relieve stress...
Tips for Successful Family Deep Sea Fishing — Deep Sea Fishing – A Fun & Safe Family Outing

Tips for Successful Family Deep Sea Fishing — Deep Sea Fishing – A Fun & Safe Family Outing

Fishing stories
Sunshine, crashing waves and hands-on activities. These are three things every kid loves. That's what makes deep sea fishing the perfect family outing. Especially during summer months when children can get bored, deep sea fishing makes for a wonderful time of togetherness, education and excitement. Before you venture onto any vessel, you'll want to run through the checklist below. Taking time to prepare before launching into the deep blue sea can ensure your trip will be a huge success. Safety No outing can be truly fun for everyone unless it is also safe. There are steps you can take to ensure you and your family will have a day of adventure as well as safety. Be sure to ask the captain of the boat about the following: _____ Life Preservers - Make sure life preservers on the b...
Family Fishing: Essential Gear and Tips To Get You Going

Family Fishing: Essential Gear and Tips To Get You Going

Fishing stories
Anyone who knows me will tell you that I fully embrace the old saying, “A bad day fishing is better than a good day at the office.” My addiction to fishing started with my father, who was an avid angler. He handed me an old tackle box, a small fishing rod tipped with a hook and bobber, and a plastic cup full of worms. Then he taught me how to tie on a hook, rig the bobber, and weave a wriggly worm onto the hook. (more…)