My great catch deep sea fishing. -- photo by David Young
With the end of winter in sight, it is time to get out the fishing poles. Spending time on the lakes is a great way to get back into the outdoors after a long, cold winter. There are many different types of fishing to start the season ranging from lake, river, and deep sea fishing.
If fishing on a lake or river appeals to you, Georgia offers many great fishing lakes teaming with bass and catfish. The Great Lakes of Georgia website provides lots of information about the states lakes and parks open to the public. Howtobass.com is a phenomenal website dedicated to advice for both the novice and experienced anglers.
If the spray of the sea is what you desire, deep sea fishing is an exciting adventure. There are many deep sea fishing charters in Destin, FL, just 4 short hours from Columbus, GA. There are deep sea charters all over the U.S. offering an array of fishing excursions. I have been halibut fishing many times and have never left disappointed. Check out the deep sea charter nearest you by visiting Worldwidefishing.com. A deep sea charter, on average, will start at $125 per person and go up or down depending on the size of the group. Ask for group or discount rates when making reservations to help cut some of the cost.
Fishing is fun the whole family can enjoy and is a great way to be a part of the outdoors. It can often provide an unforgettable experience your family can relive for many years.
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