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Home > Take Me Fishing Blog > September 2020 > 5 Reasons to learn how to start fishing today
There’s never been a better time than right now to learn how to start fishing. As demands of daily life and routine beg for our constant attention, it’s important to be intentional about setting aside time for rest, recreation, and recharging. When we do, research shows increased productivity, health benefits, and a happier overall wellbeing. So, what are you waiting for? Here are five reasons to learn how to start fishing today!
Are you convinced to finally learn how to start fishing? Great! Check out this list of essentials for everything you need to get started, including beginner fishing gear. Now, get out there and enjoy it!
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Alycia Downs is a freelance content creator and avid sportsman who contributes to numerous publications promoting tourism, fishing, and outdoors. Alycia is a member of the Florida Outdoor Writers Association and is actively involved with conservation and fishing non-profit organizations. Visit her personal blog at tideandtale.com or on Instagram @tideandtale.
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