I have friends and family that love to fish, but I don’t have the patience for it; I’d rather skip right to the cooking and eating. My fishing trips involve going to the local seafood store, where I can pick between fresh- and salt-water, farm raised or wild caught, without spending hundreds of dollars on charter boats and gear.
That being said, I do admire folks that know what they’re doing, and can always find the perfect spot and the perfect bait to reel in a particular kind of fish, whether they’re noodling for catfish, trawling for trout, or out in the deep water landing tuna or halibut.
June 18 is Go Fishing Day, so get up early, fuel up with a hot drink in your new fishing mug, and get out to the water!
Sometimes it just doesn’t work out.
2. Don’t Scare Them Off
Some folks are there to seriously fish, others are just there to be social. Make sure you know who’s who.
3. The Perfect Spot
Fishermen jealously guard their favorite fishing holes. If you have to ask, ask for a few general recommendations rather than “the best spot.”
4. Life Lesson
The early fish gets the worm, but that’s not a good thing.
5. Context Matters
If you don’t agree, just ask a Wildlife Ranger. Or the group that’s waiting for you to provide dinner.
These are just a few of the fishing mugs we have available. Have a lot of friends or family that like to fish? Remember, U.S. orders of two or more mugs get free shipping!