Go Fishing In The Winter To Avoid Summer Crowds

Interest in fishing statistically spikes during the peak summer seasons, as it has for the past five years. According to Google Trends, a program that tracks worldwide search results and compiles them into graphs, searches for “fishing” cyclically spike in summertime and drop just before winter.

As an avid adventurer, you can use this data to capitalize on your own fishing experience. Don’t let colder weather and a little bit of rain keep you inside. If you want to avoid the crowds, then bundle up or thrown on your waterproof layer and get to the river.

The possibility of fly fishing is incredible during the fall and winter. Grab your easy-to-use Tenkara USA rod, pull on your waders with an extra warm base layer, and get to your favorite river that’s usually overcrowded.

True adventurers won’t let a little bit of rain or cold weather stop them. Make sure you have the proper equipment. This is an investment that will pay itself off for years to come because you’ll find that off-season winter fishing will become your favorite time to adventure.

If you find a favorite off-season fishing spot, let “The Adventure Tribune” know. Or, better yet, send us a story about your own adventure.

Tom Malone is the Editor-In-Chief of The Adventure Tribune and author of adventure novels, like Across Americana. He is based in Denver, Colorado, where he adventures through the Rocky Mountains while not traveling abroad.
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