3. Go fishing
Imagine this: relaxing on a warm sunny day at a scenic lake, dipping your toes into the cool water. What can make this scene better? Add a fishing pole!
“Give someone a fish and they will eat for a day, teach someone to fish and they will eat for life.” Although, for most of us, fishing isn’t our main food source, it remains a source of recreation and relaxation, and it is a pretty handy life-long skill to master. Fishing is also one of few activities that spans multiple age groups. If you are old enough to hold a pole and a line, you are old enough to fish! Whether you are just learning help you get started!
Internet links to help you:
H Is for Hook: A Fishing Alphabet by Judy Young
The Fishing Summer by Teddy Jam
Good Day’s Fishing by James Prosek
Adventures with Jonny: Let’s Go Fishing by Michael DiLorenzo
The Total Fishing Manual (Field & Stream): 317 Essential Fishing Skills (Field and Stream) by Joe Cermele and The Editors of Field and Stream Magazine
Wishing I Was Fishing by Eva Wells
Buck Wilder’s Small Fry Fishing Guide: A Complete Introduction to the World of Fishing for Small Fry of All Ages by Timothy R. Smith and Mark Herric
Make A Splash! A Kid’s Guide to Protecting Our Oceans, Lakes, Rivers and Wetlands by Catherine Berger Kaye with Philippe Cousteau and EarthEcho International