If you haven't tried fly fishing with tied nymphs, it's time to give it a spin. You only need a rod, reel, some line and a few nymphs and you're good to go. Of course, you'll need waders or a boat to access the more remote fly fishing waters, but you don't need to invest in a lot of high-dollar fishing gear to try nymph-lure fishing. If you're bashful or you want a beginner lesson or two, you can take private lessons one-on-one with a fishing coach who will help you get proficient without a crowd watching.
Taking a whale watching tour can provide some memories that last a lifetime, although you'll also need to realize that before you reach the part of the ocean in which whales are prevalent, the vessel may need to travel a long distance. If you're on the tour with children, they'll almost certainly be thrilled when they see the whales — but could be a little bored before these ocean creatures make an appearance.
If you are looking for a fun way to launch the summer season, or if you simply can't get away for a vacation, plan a kid-friendly staycation. Staying at home can be fun and relaxing for parents, and with some special preparations, a staycation can make the kids forget all about heading out during summer vacation. Here are some ideas for your kid-friendly staycation. Rent a bounce house.A bounce house is an excellent attraction that kids of all ages can enjoy, and it may make them much more excited about staying home!
If you love whitewater rafting, and live in the Northeast, you don't have to travel across the country this summer to get some excellent rafting in. You can find great rapids without ever traveling too far. Below is a list of three of the Northeasts best whitewater rivers. Penobscot River in Maine If you're up around Maine, then your best choice is to go with the Penobscot River. The river is famous for having some very tricky rapids.
Installing a boat lift canopy over the lift in which you've been storing your boat can offer a lot of protection to anything underneath the canopy, but this only works if the canopy remains in good shape. These structures, while designed to be sturdy, can still encounter problems. Knowing what to look for and what to prepare for will help you keep that canopy in one piece. Wildlife While objects closer to the ground are usually more likely to have to weather the effects of raccoon claws, squirrel invasions, and other pest issues, the elevated canopy can occasionally see problems if wildlife can jump onto it from trees, or if birds decide they want to make the canopy their home.