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Boating, Fishing Impact Satisfaction

Recent study shows that the activities have positive effects.
June 3, 2008

US - As communities across the country prepare to celebrate National Fishing and Boating Week, the Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation released results from a recent study that shows boating and fishing activities have a strong impact on personal satisfaction and healthy relationships.

From June 1-8, organizations across the country are encouraging people to experience boating and fishing as a way to reconnect with nature and strengthen relationships. Throughout the week, various events will offer hands-on opportunities for families and friends to learn about these recreational pastimes while enjoying quality time together.

Some key findings include:

  • Boaters and anglers are more likely to have close relationships with their children than non-boaters and non-anglers
  • Boaters and anglers report feeling more satisfied with their mental health than non-boaters and non-anglers
  • Boaters and anglers report that fishing has had a positive impact on their careers, with many of their best ideas coming to them while they're on the water
For a listing of events taking place during National Fishing and Boating Week and information about free fishing days, visit RBFF’s TakeMeFishing.org Web site. For free, downloadable event planning materials, visit www.rbff.org.

Reprinted with permission from Trade Only Today.

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