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Guest Post: Change of Pace

by Nathan Mrnak, WTA’s Director of Operations

We have just made it through another year of winter and are approaching spring & summer at what seems to be a blistering pace.  This last week’s warmer temperatures put some much needed spring cleaning and boat maintenance in overdrive  for many of my colleagues in anticipation for the upcoming fishing season up north. I am getting the sense that many of us need a change of pace or the right medicine for the cabin fever we have experienced over the last three to four months.

Back in the day…

With this in mind I have found myself reflecting on the good ole’ days when dad was putting the snow-blower back in the shed and pulling out the 14ft deep V Crestliner and the feeling that I had knowing that is was just a matter of time before I was putting a leach or night crawler on a lindy rig targeting some of the best walleye fishing a kid could ask for.

Today…

Walleye Trophy Pic

Now with kids of my own and the fast pace world we live in, it seems harder and harder to get the boat prepped & rods rigged, and time away that truly feels like a change of pace instead of just more work, for maybe 6 hours of being on the water over a weekend.  That’s where we can help.  Worldwide Trophy Adventures has some of the best an affordable options for you to leave the work behind and go fishing with one of our outfitters where lodging, meals and guides are all included giving you the time you truly need to decompress and enjoy some much needed time on the water.  Get a group of buddies together or make plans with the family and give us a call today where our professional consultants will assist you in finding the right trip to cure your cabin fever.

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