Is today a good day to go fishing? On this vlog episode I’m pondering if it’s worth to go to the river just for few hours after a long day at work and without good gearing-up and preparation.
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Is today a good fishing day
If you want to make sure the fishing conditions are perfect before you put on the waders and grab your fly rod, there’s a lot of things to consider.
You can be very strict and try to figure out the perfect conditions. Consider water temperatures and alignment of the moon and all sorts of things. To make sure if it’s a good time to go fishing.
You can do like me and go fishing always when there is a chance. Despite the probability and likelihood of actually catching a fish.
Because if you’re anything like me, you relate other values to fishing than just catching a fish. Like for example spending time outdoors, enjoying the nature and beautiful scenery. And just relaxing.
Does that resonate with you?
If so, here is my suggestion for you.
Go fishing always when you have a chance!
And in case you feel like you don’t have enough fishing opportunities here are few tips for you.
1.Combine a business or holiday trip with fishing
This is what I love to do. When I have some sort of trip coming up, I’m always thinking is there a chance to go fishing. That has got me fly fishing in Japan, South-Africa and Bahamas, for example.
And of course that applies for travelling in your home country as well.
2. Don’t wait for perfect conditions for a fishing day
Is today a good day to go fishing? Often you hear people saying the waters are too high or low, too cold or too warm, it’s too windy, the good hatches are already gone , or it’s too early season for good fishing, or it’s too late now, or whatever else. All very professional sounding reasons.
But my point is that don’t wait for the conditions to be perfect.
Just go fishing.
And sometimes when it’s so NOT likely, you catch an awesome fish. Or vice versa.
Bonus tip: ASK FOR COORDINATES
Use social media to connect with local fishermen and ask for coordinates. Especially if you are going to a different country or place you haven’t been before. You might not get the super good – secret spots.
But the main point is to get a taste of fishing in a new place.
Does this make sense?
If you still feel like you don’t have enough chances to go fishing read my mini e-book on how to go fishing more often. It’s free to download. And there’s one killer coordinate tip for you.
The 10k Fly Fishing Experiment continues
Now it’s time for this vlog episode, where I practice what I preach.
10k Fly Fishing Experiment continues. Episode 028 of 10K Fly Fishing Experiment.
Hours 279 to 280 out of 10000. Flyfishing in Luvankoski River in Hyrynsalmi, Kainuu Region. Fishing in Finland.
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