Contrary to what some people think, the fishing season doesn’t end on Labor Day. The nonprofit Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation (RBFF) reminds families that some of the best fishing comes as the leaves change color.
From Seattle to Atlanta, parents and their children can grab a canoe or kayak and head to a nearby river or lake for a memorable day of fishing amidst the fall foliage. A trip to the local fishing hole can bring back some of the magic of summer, and has some advantages of its own:
For those looking to enjoy time with family and friends on the water this fall, the RBFF offers the following tips for a great trip:
About the Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation (RBFF)
The RBFF (www.rbff.org) is a government-funded, nonprofit organization established in 1998 to increase participation in recreational angling and boating, thereby increasing public awareness and appreciation of the need for protecting, conserving and restoring America’s aquatic natural resources. Recreational boating and fishing are America’s favorite sporting activities, with more than 50 million people participating every year – that’s more than play golf and tennis combined.