Fishing is an Excellent Means of Relaxation
Join millions of people who enjoy a great natural stress reliever. Fishing is a great sport where the people are
the friendliest group on the planet.
Whether putting a pole in the water from the bank, standing on a pier or casting from a boat, there
are good times to be had trying to land the big one. Being out in nature is an extra bonus and does wonders in
rejuvenating a Man-In-A-Hurry. Everybody needs to slow down sometimes including you.
The relaxing sport can be enjoyed by yourself, with family or with a group of friends. Even better,
plan a fishing mancation with your male friends to escape the daily grind.
Experience watching the sun rise over the water, the animals coming to life in the woods surrounding the lake
and the birds taking to the air looking for their first meal of the day.
Patience is a must even for the most hurried man. Pull back on the rod or pole too soon and you
won't be landing the big one for dinner. Pull back on the rod or pole too late and the fish will be laughing at you
as it swims off with your bait.
Let's Get The Lead Out!
Before we move on to information about regulations, tackle, tips, and equipment,there is a Serious Health Hazard
taking place everyday in our lakes and streams. Man-In-A-Hurry feels the danger to our food chain and our children
is important enough to mention here.
Let's Get The Lead Out time has come for anglers to stop using lead in their tackle. As anglers
who love our time outdoors trying to catch the monster fish, none of us want to be contributing to the
unintentional poisoning of our birds or other mammals by using small lead sinkers, small lead jigs and other
small lead tackle.
Now, let's get back to what we want to protect for generations to come. Great
Whether you are a newbie or seasoned angler, Man-In-A-Hurry.com is always on the lookout for good fishing
information to share with you.
Want to take on the monster fighters in the deep sea? Dreaming about landing that trophy
More information can be found on our Freshwater and Saltwater fishing pages.
Visit our Freshwater Fishing Book Cove and our
Saltwater Fishing Book Galley to find information sources about fishing
techniques, proper trolling techniques and even how to make your own lures or rods.
Don't Forget the Regulations
Did you know coastal states typically have two different sets of regulations to regulate freshwater and
saltwater anglers? Did you know there are federal regulations in addition to state regulations for saltwater
How far out in the oceans do states have jurisdiction? Most coastal states govern regulations from
the shore to 3 miles out, except in Texas and Florida where the range extends out 9 miles from the shore.
If you are fishing on a pier without needing a license, will you get a ticket if you exit the pier
and pull your trophy to the shore? Yes, they would love to give you a ticket for making this mistake.
Why is it important to know the regulations inside and out? Game wardens just laugh when you say "I
Didn't Know". The fines are hefty, a tremendous amount of time can be lost in court and you can possibly lose your
fishing tackle including your boat and vehicle for breaking the rules.
Man-In-A-Hurry created a page for you listing the fishing-regulation links for
all 50 U.S. States and Canada by province
Man-In-A-Hurry Encourages You to Stay Safe and Stay Legal
Fishing Community Links
Man-In-A-Hurry.com likes to share quality and useful fishing related websites with our visitors. We
hope to see you again soon.
Lake-Link.com - The Midwest's largest site dedicated to fishing! Providing fishing reports,
topographical maps, a lake database, message boards, articles, fishing tips and tactics, moon charts, and much
Home of BajaEdd Custom Fishing Rod Racks - The Sundeckonline
Quality Fishing Rod Racks, Proudly display and properly store your favorite rods in the Home,
Office, R.V. or Boat. Handcrafted by a fisherman for a fisherman. Rod Carriers for car, auto, suv or boat. Unique
Windchimes for garden décor
Element Survival A quality site dedicated to surviving rough conditions, and rough
Fishing Corner Check out Tennessean Stephen McGoldrick's webpage to learn from a true fisherman who lives to
get out on the water. You'll catch some fish by reading his articles and applying his techniques. You can also
visit his websites BassHogFishing.com and CrappieSlabFishing.com
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