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  1. My husband has always wanted to try fishing, so I’ve been looking to see if it would be a good idea for us to go out and do that. I’ve always loved nature, so I’m glad that fishing can provide that chance for you to be all around it. Even if I don’t catch any fish, I know that I’ll really appreciate the scenery. Thanks for sharing!

  2. I really love what you said about how fishing teaches patience, as it can take anywhere between minutes and hours to catch a fish. I’ve been thinking about taking my nephew on a chartered fishing trip, but his mother was wondering if it was really necessary. I completely agree that there are valuable life lessons that you can learn while fishing, so I’ll have to find a good charter to take us.

    • Jessica Lopa

      Thank you so much Dennis! I think your nephew would love to go on a chartered fishing trip with you. Not only will he gain valuable life lessons, he will also get to bond with his uncle! Have a wonderful trip.

  3. My significant other has for the longest time been itching to have a go at angling, so I’ve been hoping to check whether it would be a smart thought for us to go out and do that. I’ve generally adored nature, so I’m happy that angling can give that opportunity to you to be surrounding it. Regardless of the possibility that I don’t get any fish, I realize that I’ll truly welcome the view.

  4. I’ve never thought too much about fishing. However, when I have kids, I’m having my husband go out, buy tackle, and take my child fishing. Patience is good to have, especially for children .

  5. Reading this article has helped me to understand the benefits that come with fishing. It was interesting to learn that fishing can help children to build confidence at a young age. I hope that I can remember this article when I have children of my own in the future.

  6. I agree with you .Fishing help us to increase the Family Bonding, Confidence, Patience, and become a Part of a Community. before reading your post I just know about the increase of confidence and patience but after reading your post I know other and many things. Thanks for such kind of helpful post .

  7. I can see how the multi-movement act of casting can develop motor skills in children. Casting requires focus and precision. I might have to take my little one fishing; I bet it could be a bonding experience.

  8. My wife and I are always looking for activities that can help our children develop good traits. Our son has been getting frustrated with his schoolwork, so we’re looking for something that can help him get through this tough time. I didn’t realize fishing is able to teach children perseverance through the practice of waiting hours to get the perfect catch. I’ll be sure to discuss this option with my family.

  9. My wife and I were thinking about picking up fishing as a hobby but we aren’t sure about it yet. I like that you mention how it makes a great family bonding sport because you can go on big fishing trips. We’ve always wanted to do more family activities so this sounds like a great place to start. Thanks for sharing!

  10. I like how you point out that fishing will help your kids learn how to take care of the environment. My husband and I have gotten concerned that we spend too much time indoors with our electronics, and our kids aren’t learning what they need to. We’ll have to find a fishing charter that we could go on to be outside in the outdoors as a family.

  11. I am glad that I found this article because I did not realize there are so many benefits of fishing! You make a great point that it helps you to appreciate nature and promotes family bonding. This is extremely important because I am looking for activities that will help my kids bond.

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