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Fishing is something that I was raised around as far back as I can remember. when I was maybe 4 or 5 years old, I remember my mom and dad taking my brother and I fishing around the local ponds. When we moved to Bridge City, my dad bought a boat to take us out on Sabine Lake between Bridge City and Port Arthur.

Now that I am grown and have kids of my own, I have tried to keep that family tradition going by taking my kids fishing.

Fishing is not just about catching something, its also about being in nature, and enjoying the simple things in life. As I am out on the water, there is a certain calm, a certain peace that I feel being out in nature.

When I go into the sloughs of the Angelina River, its like going back in time 1,000 years, or more. There is just something about being out in nature that can not be described.
 

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I go fishing to release stress from work. I usually do this on long weekends when I go out of town with my fishing rod and gears. Sometimes with my friends, but most of the time I'd rather fish alone. Being in a serene scenario is like a therapy away from the hustles and bustles of the crowded city.
 

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Being in a serene scenario is like a therapy away from the hustles and bustles of the crowded city.
The peace, and being away from busy everyday life is probably the greatest thing about fishing.

Its nice to catch something, but its great to get away from the tv and computer for a little while.

Picture I took awhile back of a local river

 

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Most men go fishing all their life without knowing that it's not fish they're after.


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How about a moderator?
 
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