Power & Motoryacht

Spread the Faith

Most of us for whom fishing is much more than a hobby learned to love the sport from a relative. My father hunted and fished extensively so that way of life came naturally to me. In fact, the majority of adult men I knew as a child hunted and fished. I suppose that’s not surprising, since my dad would hang around with other guys who shared his interests.

That was the 1960s, when life was less complicated. There were fewer diversions available to adults: three-channel TVs, no internet, etc. Traveling was

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