Hobbies and Pastimes by Owen Jones

An outline of a number of select popular hobbies

Hobbies and pastimes

The information in this ebook on various aspects of hobbies, pastimes and related subjects is organized into 16 chapters of about 500-600 words each.

As a bonus, the purchaser may use the articles in his or her publications.

Genre: CRAFTS & HOBBIES / General

Secondary Genre: CRAFTS & HOBBIES / Reference

Language: English

Keywords: popular hobbies, hobbies to make money, profitable pastimes, children's hobbies, adult hobbies, ideas for hobbies, pastimes

Word Count: 9,850

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Fly Fishing Calendars

Are you wondering what the best times to try to schedule a fly fishing expedition are? Well, when we talk about a fly fishing calendar, we are not quite referring to a printed calendar that you can hang on your wall. We are talking about focusing on and specifying the right times to fish and the right places at which to fish.

The main thing you have to think about when you are considering drawing up a fly fishing calendar is: when will the water be at the optimum temperature? That is, the temperature that is best for catching fish. The best time to go fishing will depend on the area that you are looking at for your fly fishing trip.

In some places, like California, the fishing is very good all the year round. While in other places, like Washington, you will need to avoid the water in the winter as the cold temperatures will stress the fish and they will not be as plentiful.

Generally speaking, the fly fishing calendar shows that the best fly fishing is in the spring and summer periods. Early fall will also find some places seeing good fishing as well.

Almanacs can be useful to guide you towards the best fishing times and locations as can continuously updating Internet web sites that are run by keen local fishermen.

Many locations will give weekly, and sometimes even daily fishing intelligence on their websites. They can tell you where the fish are biting and where the best locations in the river are to cast your line. They generally keep these areas of their web sites updated pretty frequently. So you can get excellent reports just by looking at what other anglers have to say about their fishing experiences.

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