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Home > Take Me Fishing Blog > November 2012
One of the great appeals of fishing is that it puts us in close connection with nature.
When you take someone fishing, there are many advantages.
But the one place that keeps luring me back, season after season, year after year, is Texas.
Time on the water answers most fishing questions and that time is what helps an angler improve.
Fishing offers the possibility of a unique connection with a wild underwater creature that cannot be experienced with any other outdoor activity.
Anglers on vast, open water often look for a flock of feeding birds to indicate fish location and activity.
Unless you’re fortunate to live in an area that offers year-round fishing, many of us are faced with the prospect of storing our gear until next season.
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