Riding and Fishing

Just a note to encourage people to break up their long rides by stopping at hidden fishing holes along the way and casting a few times to see what hits. Minnesota Dual Sport trails contain some gorgeous fishing spots that no one else is using because they are too hard for a normal vehicle to get to.

This doesn’t have to be complicated either. I have seen many posts on discussion boards about how to pack your fishing gear on your bike.  People have concocted complex systems for attaching their gear and poles etc.   Some even give up because it is too heavy or cumbersome. I really don’t think it has to be that hard.  See the video below, then add a pole and lures to your packing list for your next trip.

Fishing and Riding from MinneADV on Vimeo.

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2 Responses to Riding and Fishing

  1. zrxmoto says:

    Cool stuff. I agree it isn’t hard to pack on basic fishing equipment. I have a fly rod and reel that packs down nicely.

  2. Andrew W. LeRoy says:

    Not to mention how good fresh fish tastes over a campfire…

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