Inexpensive Fishing

HI MY NAME IS PRATHER THOMAS , I LIVE BETWEEN LAKE WHITNEY AND LAKE AQUILLA TEXAS. I HAVE BEEN TRYING TO FIGER OUT HOW TO WORK IT IN MY FIXED INCOME BUT I WILL HAVE TO WAIT TILL NEXT TIME, MY WIFE WAS TOLD LAST MONDAY THAT SHE HAS LUNG CANCER I THANK YOU FOR THE WONDERFUL OFFER. AND THE TIME, PLEASE LEAVE ME ON YOUR MAILING LIST, LOOKS LIKE YOU HAVE MOST OF THE SECRETS IN HAND. HOPE YOU THE BEST, AND PRAY THAT SOME ONE ELSE FIGERS OUT THE SECRET. PRATHER THOMAS WHITNEY TEXAS RETIRED

Mr. Thomas, first accept our best wishes for your wife’s recovery. While she is recuperating from her illness, it is safe to assume you will be spending a lot of time with her, as you should. Still, there will be times when you will need a little time to yourself, and your fishing hobby might really come in handy when you need a chance to get away. I understand that there will probably be budgetary concerns about fishing, but one of the very best things about fishing, is that it can be very inexpensive to do. You can just concentrate on using something as simple as a cane pole or an inexpensive rod and reel to catch fresh pan fish (which, by the way, will be very healthy for the wife during her illness, and could tempt her appetite and actually aid in her recovery) and do something as simple as waiting until just after a rain and dig your own fresh worms for bait! Another option would be crickets, grasshoppers, etc. Target some quiet areas such as smaller ponds, lakes, riverbanks, etc. where you can seek some solitude to think and meditate while you fish. Anything you catch will pretty much be a bonus at this point. Another suggestion for getting a rod and reel to use would be to run an add in a local paper asking for a rod and reel. Most avid anglers have something they would not mind donating for a good cause (such as yours) that still has plenty of use left in it. So, don’t give up on fishing just because of your circumstances at the present time. Just keep your chin up and find the peace of mind that seems so plentiful when you put a hook in the water!


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