fishingFishing is a pastime enjoyed by close to 35 million people, it’s a sport or hobby, whichever you prefer to use, which is as diverse as the people that enjoy this pastime. Whether your choice is fresh water or salt water fishing you literally are spoilt for choice in terms of the areas you can fish in and of course this is the beauty of it all as it means you get to travel the country with friends and family. But in order to dive into the sport, you’ll need to know a few things. That’s where fishing.org comes in.


On fishing.org, you can learn a lot about fishing. Here are a few things the site can teach or provide anglers at any skill level the resources they need to fish like a champ:



Fishing charters allow anglers an opportunity to rent a seat on a boat that is going out to water. This is important if you’re a fisherman who loves going out to sea. On fishing.org, you can enter your location and you will be connected with information of tons of fishing charters in your area. You will be able to visit the fishing carters’ website, their social media, telephone number, physical address, and email address.


In addition to learning about fishing charters in your area, you can also search for boat ramps and bait and tackle shops as well. On fishing.org, you will be fully connected to the resources you need to get hooked on fishing.



Like hunting or driving a car, you must own a fishing license to legally fish in your state. Fishing.org can connect you with the information you need to legally fish. Visit the website and click “license” at the top of the page. You will be directed to a list of states. Click one to see what you need your fishing license for.


For example, if you live in Florida, the Sunshine State, you will learn that a variety of licenses are available, but state residents over the age of 65 or under the age of 16 do not need a license to fish.]



Learning to tie a fishing knot is essential to master the sport. The knot and its strength could mean the difference between catching a fish, and heading back with a broken line or no fish. Knots are an art form which has been passed on from generation to generation, many fly fisherman spend decades perfecting the art of knot tying and believe as when we say that it’s a real art form, it’s relaxing and rewarding at the same time. Remember that there are some great resources out there which can get you started and remember don’t give up on your first try, you will eventually become a master at the knots.


On fishing.org, you can learn how to tie fishing knots. The site features a step-by-step numbered tutorial with a diagram to help you learn how to tie the knot properly. For example, if you are looking to tie the “Alberto Knot,” you will learn who should use it, the pros and cons of the knot, and the steps to tying it.



Fishing.org also features a shop where you can buy tools for your fishing excursions like fishing line, reels, rods, fish hooks, lures, nets, tackle boxes and more.




So there you have it, hopefully this information has helped you in making decisions for your next fishing trip and of course you’ve found a great online resource for fishing.


In conclusion, any angler is bound to need the resources offered on fishing.org. Head to the site and sign up for the newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest fishing news and resources, and follow the site on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest to stay connected. If you’d like to inquire about a product or post, you can fill out the contact form on the “inquire” page. You can also download the fishing.org app on the Android Play Store or the iTunes App Store.



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