National Fishing and Boating Week, a national celebration of fishing and boating, takes place the first week of June every year. This year it’s June 1-8, 2014. It highlights the importance of recreational boating and fishing in enhancing people's' quality
of life and preserving our country's natural beauty. It also is when most state’s offer their Free Fishing Days.
Boating and Fishing are fun, stress-relieving activities. Here are just a few reasons why you should get out on the water:
During National Fishing and Boating Week, most states offer free fishing days. These are days where anglers are allowed to fish on public bodies of water without a fishing license.
Free fishing days are a perfect opportunity for beginners to try out fishing for the first time. If you already have a fishing license, consider taking a friend or family member who has never been fishing, out on the water for the day.
Did you know that one of the main reasons people don’t go fishing or boating, is because no one has invited them? For a newcomer, fishing can feel like an intimidating activity without an experienced guide, but you can help change this. During National
Fishing and Boating Week, or the next time you go fishing, take someone new: a child, a relative, a friend.
Your invitation may be just what someone needs to start a lifetime of love for fishing and boating. Join others in sharing the joys of boating and fishing by spreading the word through your social media channels:
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The best way to celebrate National Fishing and Boating Week is to get out on the water! Fun, stress-relieving activities, fishing and boating are some of the best ways to unwind.
You may not know it, but participation in fishing and boating actually helps fund efforts to conserve our natural waterways. A portion of all fishing tackle and license sales, as well as boat supply and registration sales, fund the conservation and preservation
of our nation's waterways through a program called the
Sport Fish Restoration Program. This means that every time you purchase a fishing license or register a boat, you are helping improve the natural places you love. Watch a fun and informative public service announcement on this topic:
In 2015, National Fishing and Boating Week will take place June 6-14.
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