Fishing trips are fantastic holidays for people who love to read. You can enjoy a good book while you wait for that big catch and if you aren’t that keen on night fishing then there isn’t much to do in the cabin during evenings other than read. You can snug on a sofa with a cup of hot chocolate, a good lantern by your side and a fuzzy fleece blanket and escape to fantastic new worlds and terrific adventures. And the next day you can make some memories and adventures of your own by fishing.
Make more time for reading with good fishing gear
If you are extremely serious about reading as many books on your fishing trip as possible then you will need good modern fishing gear. The new fishing gear like a portable fish finder will help you locate fish faster so you can catch more fish a lot quicker so you can get back to the cabin for reading sooner. A portable fish finder functions by sending sound waves into the water. If the sound waves hit an object it signals the size and shape of the object back to you. That way you can locate the best fishing spots. There is also some other terrific fish gear on the market such as tackle boxes, bait, fishing rods and much more that will help you fish faster and make your fishing expedition much more adventurous. You can find out more here about all of the best and latest fishing gear.
The top books for fishing trips
Jaws by Steven Spielberg – Who doesn’t know about Jaws? Jaws were one of the most popular movies of its time. But surprisingly few younglings have seen the movie since it was released in 1975. If you haven’t seen the movie then you definitely should read the book.
The Hungry Ocean by Linda Greenlaw – This book is a bestseller and tells Linda Greenlaw’s tale as she battles for gender equality and to make a living as a fisherman.
The Old Man and the Sea by Ernest Hemingway – This short novel was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction and tells the tale of an aging fisherman as he struggles to catch a giant marlin.
Fishing for Dummies by Peter Kaminsky – Wile you are fishing you might as well learn all there is to know about the skill of fishing. Fishing for Dummies is filled with practical advice on how to fish and also has terrific tips on where and how to get the best catches.
The River Why by David James Duncan – This fishing story has a very deep underlying tale of a young person that struggles to cope in the modern world and he especially struggles with what people are doing to the world.
Kerplunk by Patrick F. McManus – This book contains a collection of comic folksy tales of how not to fish and many other terrific tales that is perfect for reading next to the campfire along with friends.