What would life be like if not for the simple pleasures? Dull for certain. I find fishing to be one of those pleasures because, as any fisherman would tell you, it’s relaxing no matter how long you have to wait to actually catch something; then again that’s how you work on your patience. Fishing is a sort of life philosophy that is needed to implement more of especially nowadays when we barely have enough time to reflect on what living means, instead of just be programmed to survive.
It’s the perfect escape of the ordinary, taking you from the hustle and bustle of cities, straight out into nature, where you can spend quality time getting to know yourself and bonding with loved ones. Once you make fishing part of your life, you’re going to wait for a positive outcome of course, and surprise your family with a freshly caught dinner every now and then which is why you have to make way for practice. This goes out to pro anglers and amateurs alike, practice makes perfect. The more you fish, the more skilled you’re going to become, but the best way to learn is through the mistakes of others, watching fishing bloopers, and acquiring skills through how to fishing videos.
This is what makes it great being part of this technologically driven world of today, the possibility of easily finding videos showing one how to master the techniques of tying strong knots, make the wise choice when choosing fishing supplies such as reels, rods and hooks, including how to use the weather patterns to your benefit. While in the past fishermen had to rely on the good old trial and error, nowadays with the chance to watch how to fishing videos, it’s easy to get the gist of basics of fishing, the right way to put the bait, and even learn which bait to choose for specific types of fish.
You’d be surprised to come across videos that go as far as preparing you for the fishing methods of certain fish, the whole process of using baits and catching, and even how they get to your plate, demonstrating how to cut and prepare them. All things considered, there’s never been a better time to be a fisherman. Once you make use of all the techniques and advice you see in these videos, who knows, you might turn out to be the next Rex Hunt or Jamie Oliver.