Well, it’s that time of year! Although there are plenty of great winter fishing destinations, the fact is the majority of ‘angling travel’ in the world takes place over the next three or four months.
For most of us the ‘angling’ part is a lot more enjoyable than the actual ‘travel’ part. So let’s help our fellow anglers out – we know that many of you have picked up some really helpful travel tips over the years, and we’d love for you to share them.
Share Your Best Travel Tips
Leave us a comment below with your best travel tips! Here are just a few example topics.
- Favorite pieces of luggage. Why?
- Rods – in your checked bag or not? What else gets checked and what goes in the carry on?
- What are your secret techniques for getting upgraded to first class?
- Reading, sleeping, working, movies – best use of time on the plane?
- How do you get over jet lag?
We’ll get the ball rolling with one example – we think earplugs are a traveler’s best friend, and they always go in our shirt pocket when we leave home. Cheap foam ones work just fine (you’re going to lose them all the time anyhow). They’re an excellent weapon to combat crying babies, too-loud airport speakers, and that passenger sitting next to you who really wants to chat about her passion for knitting.
So, what are your best travel tips? Leave a comment and help your fellow anglers out!
If you’re viewing this in a newsletter or a reader, click here to visit this page on our web site, see our readers’ tips, and add your own.