Shore Vs. Boat Fishing Part 2
There is so much more to consider other than catching bigger fish or the convenience of it all. There are a lot of reasons why someone may prefer one over the other. So we're going to continue to check out a few reasons that you may enjoy both. Let's dive right back in.
If you're fishing from land, then you'll notice that it's going to be a lot easier. You won't have to worry about pulling the fish up and into the boat or nets. You get to reel it in and work on your next catch.
Of course, there are definite advantages to fishing from a boat. In the last article, there were a lot of advantages of shore fishing that may deter you from wanting to boat fish. Let's take a look at the significant benefit of fishing from a boat, which is that you'll have more space to fish. For the most part, when you're fishing from the shore, you cast the same spot for a long time, maybe even hours. With a boat, you can cruise around to different places comfortably until you find the prime location. With the boat, you can cover way more ground than what you would from the shore.
Another benefit of fishing from the boat is that you're going to have more diversity. Since you have the ability to cast in different areas, you'll also be reaching fish that hang out in all those different areas. That diversity can help you land the bigger fish too.
What it comes down to is what you have the time and money for. It's okay to love both types of fishing for their very different advantages. One thing we know for sure is that Castaway Rods as the best custom fishing rod for every kind of fishing that you enjoy.