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Camping and Fishing are  great outdoor activities that can be enjoyed  by couples, a group of friends or by the entire family.

The following are some tips about how to prepare for your  camping and fishing  trip.

Fly fishing   Most  campers and fishermen (or fisherwomen) that only go fishing occasionally usually bring everything but the kitchen sink.  Usually all their camping and fishing equipment is loaded into their car (instead of an RV). You can easily identify them. They’re usually the one driving down the highway with rod n reels  hanging out of their windows.  The most important item on their list of things needed would obviously have to be a tent and a rod n reel. They don’t have to choose an expensive tent as long as it provides good weather protection and shields  their family from the natural elements such as the wind, sun, and rain. They also need a secure tent that can keep away the flies, mosquitoes and other pests. Your tent will also be, in all likelihood, your best place for privacy and where you will store your clothes and camping gear to keep them safe from the weather.



Sleeping under the stars can be great sometimes, but it is very dangerous at times. Sooner or later you will want a tent. The same can be said for sleeping bags. It should have enough padding to cushion you comfortably against the hard ground. Make sure that all the inflatable pads and closed-cell pads are working properly. If you plan to do most of your camping during summer, a lightweight and inexpensive rectangular sleeping bag will do. And don’t forget to bring a pillow.
Fishing equipment is very important and very valuable when you are camping in the wilderness. Always have a back up fishing pole since you never know when you might need it. Tackle such as fishing hooks, weights, lures, line for your reel, and a filet knife are vital to a successful fishing trip.

Plan what you will be eating. Experienced campers or backyards chefs will likely have lots of recipes for outdoor cooking. It’s also possible to get by with simply a cooler of drinks, sandwiches, and snacks.

If for some reason you don’t own a portable grill you can find a grill and picnic table at most public campsites. If grilling is in your plans do not forget to bring lighter fluid. a bag of charcoal and a spatula. With them you’ll be ready to cook your steaks, hot dogs, and hamburgers on the grill. For longer camping trips, you might wanna bring a propane stove, a skillet and a few pots so that you can expand your cooking choices. -Whatever you choose just make sure it doesn’t turn into work. You’re on vacation!!
Before you going on a fishing &  camping trip, it is best to have a checklist of things to do so that you don’t forget anything. Another useful thing to bring along is an experienced camper. You can easily learn everything you need to know from them.