Monday, June 18, 2007

The Patience of a Teacher

If you have spent any time fishing, it takes patience.

Casting. Waiting. Reeling in. Casting. Reeling in. Losing bait. Casting. And on and on...

One of the best ways to spend a summer day is to take a kid fishing. It might be your child, someone else's child or even a child without a provides a way to connect with nature while teaching patience (which incidentally, is a virtue). To learn more, click here.

This site is dedicated to fishing - lures, tackle, equipment, and bait. But more importantly, this site explores the human side of fishing - the patience, early-bird-gets-the-worm approach that drives us to the sunrise...

Enjoy...and remember, you can't catch a fish if you don't cast a line.

1 comment:

tammy said...

You started a blog! And I LOVE to fish. I never catch anything and I never care. Still love it.

Consider me a loyal reader.