Creating a journal is a wonderful way to remember a past fishing trip. Though the memory can fade, what is written in the journal always will exist to help relive that day. Creating and keeping a journal does not require a degree in writing. All that is needed is the desire to record all the little happenings and thoughts that occur during an outing.
Additionally, the journal is useful for looking at conditions and locations where fish were caught. These observations can help the angler be successful on later trips.
Article Written By Daniel Ray
Daniel Ray has been writing for over 15 years. He has been published in "Florida Sportsman" magazine. He holds an FAA airframe and powerplant license and FCC radiotelephone license, and is also a licensed private pilot. He attended the University of South Florida.