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How many times have you tried to plan a fishing trip only to have something go wrong? Have you felt like you just don’t know what you’re doing? Have you ever wondered if things could be easier if you just had the right tools to help you plan your next trip? Wouldn’t you like to create positive memories instead of stories that you cringe to tell?
Maybe you just haven’t had the right tools or advice, so you’ve had troubles planning and executing a fun and safe fishing trip. Have you ever felt like you could be doing more or that what you’ve learned just wasn’t enough? Are you ready to take your fishing desires from dream into reality?
The good news is that no matter how disastrous your past has been, “Your Survival Guide to Fishing : Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Fishing...” is going to change the way you fish and think about fishing. Not only will you learn about the basics of fishing, but you’ll also learn specific tips on how to have a great time on the boat from start to finish.
If you’re ready to start fishing and having a blast doing it, “Your Survival Guide to Fishing : Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Fishing...” is the guidebook you’ve been looking for. No matter what you want and need to learn, I am going to give you the tools to get started right now and probably some answers you haven’t found.
First, we’re going to go over the basics of fishing:
- A brief history of fishing
- Types of fishing
- Popular places to fish
- Reasons to fish
- Fishing with children
- Baiting the hook and other basics
- How to cast
- Storing fish after they have been caught
From the mere thought of fishing to actually heading out onto the road, you’ll learn all the information you need.
But that’s only the start of your next fishing adventure.
Since fishing is as much about the tools as it is about the fishing itself, “Your Survival Guide to Fishing : Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Fishing...” is going to tell you all about what you need and why you need it.
Even if you’ve never stepped inside a fishing supply store or know where to find the best reels, with “Your Survival Guide to Fishing : Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Fishing...,” you’re going to gain the confidence you need to shop smart and ensure that you’ve got all that you need.
So, where do you start?
You need to start your fishing trip with the right kinds of equipment. Depending on the trip that you’re taking, these tools will vary, but I’m going to cover the main categories so that you’re ready for anything.
In this book, you’ll learn a little about:
- Casting rod
- Spinning reel
- Fishing line
- Fishing hooks
- Filling your tackle box
- Fish storage containers
With this information in mind, you’ll be able to create a shopping list filled with items you’ll actually use (and know how to use).
But fishing isn’t just about packing up and getting ready to go. You also need to know what it takes to get out into the open water. In “Your Survival Guide to Fishing : Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Fishing...,” we’re going to talk about boats too.
My boats section covers:
- Common fishing boat styles
- New fishing boats
- Used fishing boats
- New vs. Used
- Fishing boat features
- Technological features
- Freshwater and saltwater fishing boats
- Boat trailers
- Transporting your boat
- Launching your boat
- Boat retrieval
- Life jackets and safety equipment
- Boating insurance
These tips will help everyone get to their final destination safely, no matter where your fishing adventure takes you.
Of course, you’re going to do more than go shopping for your fishing gear – especially if you're not sure what kind of fishing is for you. You need ideas of how and what to fish – and “Your Survival Guide to Fishing : Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Fishing...” will give you some of those too:
- Freshwater fishing
- Fly fishing
- Salmon fishing
- Saltwater fishing
- Deep sea fishing
- Ice fishing
But there’s still more!
But if you want to take fishing to the next level, bringing it on vacation with you, you need to find out more about how to plan the perfect fishing vacation.
Don’t worry, I’ll talk about:
- Planning your next fishing trip
- Equipment and supplies
- Group fishing trips
- Family fishing trips
- Fishing cabins
The possibilities are endless when it comes to fishing vacations, and thankfully, so is the information.
But wait…what else do I need to know?
You're right. There is more to the story. In the 52 pages of “Your Survival Guide to Fishing : Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Fishing...,” I just couldn't cover everything.
So, if you order a copy of “Your Survival Guide to Fishing : Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Fishing...,” I’m going to include my special report called, “Tips and Tricks for Saving on your Next Fishing Vacation."
This 13 page report includes information on:
- Planning your next fishing vacation
- Local fishing trips
- Off season fishing trips
- Day trips
- Campgrounds instead of hotels
- Group discounts
- Planning a fishing trip within another trip
- Using brochure coupons
- Benefits of browsing online
- Renting a boat vs. buying a boat
- Reusing your fishing equipment
I had so many ideas about how to make fishing a budget friendly vacation; I just couldn’t fit them into “Your Survival Guide to Fishing : Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Fishing... : Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Fishing...”
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Table Of Contents
1 FISHING BASICS
BRIEF HISTORY OF FISHING
TYPES OF FISHING
POPULAR PLACES TO FISH
Obtaining a fishing license
Fish and Pay lakes
Fishing on Private Property
REASONS TO FISH
ISHING WITH CHILDREN
BAITING THE HOOK AND OTHER BASICS
Types of Bait
How to Buy Bait
How to Bait a Hook
How to Cast
Storing Fish After they have been Caught
2 FISHING EQUIPMENT
Basic Fishing Equipment
Filling your tackle box
Fish storage containers
3 FISHING BOATS
Common fishing boat styles
New fishing boats VS used fishing boats
New Fishing Boats
Used Fishing Boats
Fishing boat features
Small Fishing Boats
Medium Fishing Boats
Large Fishing Boats
FISHING BOATS FOR FRESHWATER
FISHING BOATS FOR SALTWATER
Inshore Saltwater Boats
Offshore Saltwater Boats
TRANSPORTING YOUR BOAT
LAUNCHING YOUR BOAT
LIFE JACKETS AND SAFETY EQUIPMENT
4 TYPES OF FISHING
Preparing for a freshwater fishing trip
PROS AND CONS OF FRESHWATER FISHING
Types of Fish
Preparing for a fly fishing trip
PROS AND CONS OF FLY FISHING
Types of Salmon
Preparing for a Salmon Fishing Trip
PROS AND CONS OF SALMON FISHING
Types of Saltwater Fish
Preparing for a Saltwater Fishing Trip
PROS AND CONS OF SALTWATER FISHING
DEEP SEA FISHING
5 FISHING TRIPS
PLANNING YOUR NEXT FISHING TRIP: SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT
GROUP FISHING TRIPS
Choosing a Location
FAMILY FISHING TRIPS
Fishing Equipment for Children
Activities to Plan while on the Trip
Renting a Cabin
Where to Rent
When to Rent
What to Bring
Advantages of Renting a Cabin
Buying the Right Equipment
Fishing with Friends
Here is an excerpt of the book
USED FISHING BOATS?
Used fishing boats are usually less expensive and easier to finance than new boats. When shopping for a used boat, check out boat retailers first. Many times they will have refurbished boats on the lot that have been thoroughly checked and inspected. They may also come with a small warranty. Much like a used car, a used fishing boat may be perfectly fine because the previous owners took care of it.
If you want to find a used boat that is being sold by owner, check out your local newspaper, online classifieds sites, and auction sites to see what is available. Always see the boat first if possible before buying it.
When inspecting a used boat, you should look at the following:
Asking the owner specific questions about where they used the boat, how long they have had it, and why they are selling will help you make a better decision.
FISHING BOAT FEATURES
The features that are on your boat can only help but make your fishing experience more enjoyable. As with most things, the smaller the boat, the fewer features available. For many people, a simple boat that fits two or three people comfortably with gear is all they need. On the other hand, being able to sleep on board and enjoy longer fishing trips can be fun as well.
Small Fishing Boats
Small fishing boats are typically used in lakes, stream, rivers, and creeks. They usually fit two or three people with gear. These boats are usually made of fibreglass or aluminium and can last a long time when properly taken care of.
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