National Go Fishing Day
National Go Fishing Day is observed yearly on June 18th, This is the day which takes time from your everyday routine to find a stream, lake, pond or river. Bait the hook, cast your line and catch the fish happily. In addition to providing the food, fishing is the recreational pastime of many. The Recreational fishing includes some conventions, rules, licensing restrictions and laws which limit the way in which fish may be caught. A rod, line, reel, and hooks with any one of the different forms of bait or lures are the most common form of the recreational fishing. The practice of catching the fish with a hook is known as angling, which needs some practice and patience. You can pick and release the fish into the water to continue its life.
“The fun of fishing is catching ’em, not killing ’em.” – Norman Schwarzkopf
History of National Go Fishing Day
The History of National Go Fishing Day has served to feed the civilization since near the dawn of time, and in the modern days. The Go Fishing Day is also dedicated to sports fishing, as well as those who want to fish as part of survival. It is a great way to help add food to your table while having the satisfaction of knowing that you have caught it yourself.
Other Celebrations on June 18
June 18 is also celebrated as
- National Splurge Day
- International Picnic Day
- International Panic Day
- International Sushi Day
- Clean Your Aquarium Day
- National Cherry Tart Day
How to Celebrate National Go Fishing Day
Celebrating the National Go Fishing Day is very simple, just invite your friends and find some pond, lake or river which contains fish. Make some bait and go fishing with your friends. It gives you a better bonding with your friends, and it will be more fun when you catch fish. If you can’t go fishing, you can even celebrate it by eating some fish with your friends and family. You can share your views and thoughts on the social media using the hashtags #NationalGoFishingDay.