Like so many other things in our modern age, the trucking industry has undergone some fairly dramatic changes in recent years. The big rigs still have 18 wheels, and they still run on diesel fuel, at least for now. What is different is that very few trucks are ever asked to drive “cross-country” anymore. The days of coast-to-coast shipping on a single vehicle are quite aways behind us; now shipments are limited to certain regions or zones that include dropoff/pickup depots.
What this means for truckers within our nation’s coastal regions are not sent far inland. This keeps them closer to home, giving them more time to spend with their families, and less time crossing the heartland. When today’s freight haulers get some free time on their hands, at least the ones that are close to our seaboards, they have the opportunity to enjoy themselves. Some of that rest and recreation, inevitably, has got to include some deep sea fishing.
The opportunities to fish in many different waters along our coastlines offers truckers, more so than other casual sportsmen, offer a diversity of fishing environments that will expand and enrich the experience of deep sea fishing – even in a single summer. The expansion of mobile wireless Internet allows truckers to seek out the best bargains in the places they’re going to be. Getting paid for the travel time is the icing on the cake. It’s an experience – and a break from work – like no other.Tags: fishing, vacations