Bring the Hande-1000 with you. Have the best family outing ever!

Family outings; aka trips with family members have always been happening for a long time. To remove fatigue, stress-filled work-life, and monotonous studies for a long time, a family outing is the best choice to choose.

Squared-x recommends a fishing adventure for you and your family.

Fishing is a popular form of outdoor recreation this time of year. Fishing with your kids can offer benefits to both mental and physical health while strengthening family connections and teaching life skills. It is important that water safety precautions are in place and children are supervised at all times to ensure everyone has a safe and good time.

Why go fishing? Research suggests that children benefit from the opportunity to play outdoors, where they can explore and enjoy natural environments. Access to green space is associated with improved mental well-being, overall health, and cognitive development of children. It promotes attention restoration, memory, competence, supportive social groups, self-discipline, moderates stress, improves behaviors and symptoms of ADHD, and was even associated with higher standardized test scores for children.

Physical Activity: According to the 2018 Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans Advisory Committee Scientific Report, “Opportunities to encourage the adoption of lifetime physical activities (e.g., leisure-time pursuits, noncompetitive sports) should be encouraged among all youth. This could help youth identify activities during childhood that they could enjoy and participate in across the lifespan, including outside of school.”

Most think of fishing as a relaxing, leisurely activity, and while true that fishing is considered a light-intensity physical activity, research suggests that even bouts of less-intense movement are beneficial to health. Fishing can be made a more physically active pursuit by wading into the water or repeatedly casting a line, and many fishing spots require some walking, hiking, or paddling to access.

Here are the 4 things you should do to prepare for a fishing trip.

  1. Decide When You Are Going The first thing you will need to do is to decide when you are going on the trip. Check the weather forecast for that period you will be out fishing. This will help you plan what to carry, what to wear, and even keep you out of danger. Secondly, you will need to know how many people you will be taking for the fishing trip. Once you are sure of the numbers you will be able to calculate how much it will cost for the trip.
  2. Get a Good Night’s Sleep You will need to be well-rested before leaving for your fishing expedition. Resist the temptation of staying out late drinking and partying the night before the fishing trip. If this is your first fishing expedition, you might be a bit anxious about being seasick but a good night’s sleep can help you be more relaxed. Avoid taking caffeine, drugs, or acidic drinks a few hours before getting on the boat. Remember, you will need to be alert in case a dolphin, sea turtle, or shark goes by the open water.
  3. Pack the Right Gear When preparing for a fishing trip, packing the right equipment and gear is very important. Clothing should be your first consideration when packing for your fishing trip. If you are traveling to a cold climate, ensure that you have waterproof clothing and rain gear that will allow you to fish comfortably even during a storm. Personal items such as medication, mouthwash, shampoo, and baby wipes can be easy to overlook. Be sure to prepare a checklist and cross them off as you pack them.

Fishing is a very patient sport; it can take hours to catch a fish. to the point, your phone battery drains out. Plus, some of you might be night fishers.  you could simply hop into your vehicle with your family and fishing equipment to go fishing. But today, you have a Mobile phone, GPS, Fishfinders, Sonar, Underwater fishing lights, Searchlights, Nav lights, etc. Having a Hande-1000 for fishing to recharge those items could be useful.

4. Don’t Forget Your Sunscreen Be sure to carry your sunscreen and apply it often. Remember, you will be out in the sun for the better part of the day and the harsh UV rays can wreak havoc on your unprotected skin. Even when there is a cloud cover, your sunscreen should not be out of reach. Sunscreen will protect you from sunburns, peeling, redness, and itching.

Most importantly, HAVE FUN and stock up on great memories!