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kayak fishing

steve kayak, june 14

Fishing, although I don’t fish, is something I think would be a quiet, comtemplative type of activity.  I have seen pictures of people kayaking along shorelines, alone, silently cutting through the water, seeing the lake, river, from a totally different angle.  If fishing, is there really a need to catch or “hook up” with a fish, or is it the very activity itself.

My son an avid kayaker, loves to fish.  Not to bring the outdoors home, but to communicate with nature in his comfort zone.  The water is still cold, we have not had any seasonally warm temperatures..yet already he has been in swimming.

steve kayak 6.14

IF I had a bucket list, a lazy drift in a kayak would be in the top twenty. =^_^=

PL Calendar day 15   Live with firm determination, thinking that “this will turn out for the best”

Everything in this world progresses and develops.  Always be positive, knowing that everything will turn out for the best.

 

Oyashikiri

 

PS  I don’t swim  (son’s kayaks)

 

Comments on: "kayak fishing" (2)

  1. Nick Vrtis said:

    For me. There has to be the possibility of catching something big enough to eat. But it isn’t necessary that I actually catch anything. Just to be able to look down into the water of a clear lake and watch the fish go about their living.

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