By Hottie Potty
Posted in The Porta Potty Blog, on June 07, 2016
Fishing is one of my greatest passions in life. Since I was young, I have made some long-lasting memories with my family and friends. One thing that always made me uncomfortable is when I have to "go". I've never been one at ease using the potty in nature. A portable potty sure would come in handy, like a Potty Girl colorful and clean portable toilet!!
Louisiana is “Sportsman’s Paradise” which means Hottie Potty’s tackle box is always stocked and ready to go. My rods and reels are going to point me to the perfect spot to catch bass and speckled trout in June.
Here are some Hottie Potty tips for being a successful angler:
Understand each feature of your equipment and when it is most useful to put it in action. Using your thumb while casting can prevent fishing line bird nests. Practice on how to untangle it quickly when you are not out on the water.
Practice with patience. Take some time to practice pitching your line into a five gallon bucket as a target in your backyard.
Check out the fishing forecasts for your location and look at the moon stage. Those two things can help you plan to your advantage.
Check your tackle box two days before. You might stop by the sporting goods store to fill it up with the necessary top water lures, swim bait or led lures. Oh, don’t forget to pick up live bait when you are headed to the dock.
Be an early bird. Your chances increase to catch that whopper of a redfish the earlier you get out in the marshes.
Google it. Google Earth will help you find marshes and bays that you won’t see with the naked eye. On the map, light brown colors are marshes and blue or green are bays.
Change your game. Don’t expect you will achieve the same results each time. Swap up your lures and bait, search for new spots, go fishing in different weather conditions and find new fish to catch.
Jot down questions that pop into your mind to do internet research later. This way you will have options as vast as the ocean to see what works best for you in each situation.
Most importantly, have fun!! I want your fishing experience to be peaceful with no stress involved. Surely by now you are ready to tell fishing stories and make some memories of your own.
Don’t flounder around on June 23 - June 26 to catch your big one at “Fishing for Memories: A Benefit Rodeo for the Alzheimer’s Association”. When you weigh the winning catch, stop by the freshest and cleanest portable restrooms brought to you by none other than Potty Girl!!