You’re probably just about ready to move on from the cold, snowy New England winter. We don’t blame you. Now is the time of year to daydream about the coming, much warmer months and how you plan to enjoy them.
While avid deep-sea fishermen are undoubtedly itching to get back out on the water, others shy away from what they mistakenly view as an “extreme” activity—especially so early in the year. Here are four great reasons to book a spring Massachusetts Bay fishing charter before the opportunity passes you by.
Enjoy the Weather
You might be tempted to put off a fishing charter until the warmest months of the year. Keep in mind that you’re going to be deep-sea fishing, not laying out on a beach with a cold Daiquiri. Many people actually prefer the milder temperatures earlier in the season. In any case, it will feel great as a follow-up to the frigid cold of winter. Get out there and take advantage early and often!
Start Your Education Early
If you’re a beginner, you might be surprised at how much you enjoy this type of fishing. We’ve seen it many times—addiction sets in and you’ll want to get out there as much as possible before packing back up in the fall. By starting in spring, you’ll give yourself the chance to learn and experience as much as possible if you end up really enjoying deep-sea fishing—and trust us, you will.
Get Back To Nature
It’s easy to forget how out of tune we are with our nature. There used to be a time when once weather permitted, fishermen rushed out to sea, eager to get the first big catch of the season. Get in touch with New England roots and act like you belong here! There’s nothing quite like the beginning of fishing season.
Beat The Crowds
Despite all the benefits of spring fishing, the majority of people still prefer booking their Mass bay fishing charter later in the year. That makes spring fishing a little less hectic and crowded. By booking earlier in the year, you can beat the crowd and enjoy a little breathing room.
If you’re interested in booking the best spring fishing charter in Massachusetts, give us a call today.