A Fishing Trip a Week Keeps the Doctor Away

April 11, 2019

Fishing is not just a hobby, it is a sport. Many people have the mental scene of an old man sitting by the beach dozing off while holding to a fishing rod waiting for a fish to bite his bait. This is fishing as portrait in cartoons and old movies. Fishing actually involves a lot of participation and concentration from the angler all the time.

 

Here is the list of activities that anglers do which benefit their health.

 

1. Staying under the sun

Our skin is naturally designed to produce Vitamin D when exposed to the sun.

Vitamin D has many roles in the body and is essential for optimum health such as maintaining strong and healthy bones. Exposing for too long under the sun might have negative effects. You might want to wear suitable apparels for your next fishing trip. Here are some tips.

 

2. Searching for fishing spots

If you are fishing at rivers or from shores, you tend to move around from one spot to another to hunt for the fish instead of waiting for the fish to find you.

This requires a lot of footwork because the more areas you cover, the higher chance you will get a fish. Trekking along river banks and shores while carrying your fishing tackle bag is definitely a great way for a work out. Check out the fishing spots in Singapore here.

 

3. Indulging in nature

Many researches have already shown that being with mother nature is the natural stress reliever because fishing requires a lot of focus, diverting your mind from your problems.

Anglers have also claimed that fishing has a therapeutic effect on them. In the midst of our pursuit of what we want in life, investing your time in recharging yourself regularly gives you the peace of mind and the clarity you seek.

 

4. Cooking the fish

Once you have tasted fish caught from the wild, you will not order fish from restaurants again.