I recently received an email that went along the lines of, “Have you seen the carp fishing holidays on eBay? What do you think of them?” As it happens, I first started seeing them listed quite some time ago and have been meaning to jot down my thoughts on them for a while now, so this seems like a good opportunity.
There is nothing better for the soul than relaxing in nature, doing what man does best: hunting, contemplating life and supping on some fine cold ones. And where best to do that but on a Northern territory fishing trip with friends or on your own. Wherever you are just close your eyes and take a little peep into the future and imagine a little bit of the good life on a fly fishing charter holiday.
“Graham was a keen fly fisherman. He decided to start a business running Angelurlaub Ungarn to Iceland, a place he had visited several times himself, and where he had several useful contacts. The business was highly success and with three years he had expanded his fishing holiday business to cover Canada, Russia and Norway as well.
There are certain things to remember to pack in your bag, along with a flask of tea and some sarnies. Depending on the time of year, you may need to bring a variety of hooks. This is where an extra rod can help. Sometimes it’s best just to go with the simplest set-up rather than load up your best hook with the fanciest boilie bait or lug paste.
Another advantage of eBay is that because of its massive audience, many last minute holidays (or even some non-last minute ones, come to that!) are listed. These may well be at a cheap fixed BIN (Buy It Now) price, or even as an auction. It’s worth having a look if you have a spare week coming up!
The conditions for fishing in both fresh and salt water are perfect. The landscapes are perfect scene fro a nature loving person. The weather of the country is very suitable for everyone. The broad coasts and the countryside will guarantee the most memorable fishing experience. Morocco is certainly one of the best fishing points in the whole world.
Include money in your plan for contingencies. Consider what might go wrong – not just financially, but in other ways too. Plan for the unexpected and think through both the best and worst-case scenarios.