Grand Rapids, Minnesota (PRWEB) June 04, 2012
Visit Grand Rapids offers visitors first hand information that will help Minnesota fishing enthusiasts in selecting the perfect combination of lodging and activities to suit the individual needs of couples, families or fishing “buddies” whether they are seeking an intensive experience of catching that trophy sized fish or simply want to share the fishing experience with youngsters on their first expedition.
In Minnesota, spring is a season of rebirth and renewal. The lakes and forests come alive with activity. The many hiking and biking trails through the fields and forests offer an excellent opportunity to view wildlife and early spring blooming flowers. For birders, the waterways provide perfect habitat for species passing through on the way north and, for the many species who remain in the area to nest and raise their young.
“June is an excellent time to try your hand at catching one of Minnesota’s numerous game fish such as Walleye or Northern Pike. It is a time of year when the fish are quite active and the bite is good. Pan fish are spawning in the shallow areas of the lakes and big crappies and sunfish are easy to find and catch,” said Megan Christianson, Executive Director of the Visit Grand Rapids organization. “It is a great time of year to introduce youngsters to the sport, they are virtually guaranteed to catch the fishing fever right along with their first fish!”
Visit Grand Rapids is staffed by local people who know and love Grand Rapids. They have an intimate knowledge of the areas best assets and are readily available to share what they know. There is so much more to see and do in Grand Rapids in addition to enjoying pulling those fresh (and tasty) fish from the sparkling blue waters of the lakes.
Aside from the personalized service visitors can expect from the Visit Grand Rapids office, the website http://www.visitgrandrapids.com is a fantastic reference for those interested in visiting. The site has a vast array of information on area offerings and opportunities. It is possible to find information on lodging, food and recreation as well as answers to questions about specific types of visits, such as; weddings, reunions, sporting events, children’s activities, arts and culture, etc. The offerings within this community are quite varied and entertaining for visitors of all ages and all interests.
Of course, a simple phone call to Visit Grand Rapids headquarters at 218-326-9607 will put you in touch with someone who will be glad to help you find the answers to any questions you might have – or put you in touch with a top-notch fishing guide to show you the ropes of catching your limit, Minnesota style!
Interested vacationers can also “Like” Grand Rapids Minnesota on Facebook to receive updates and news of current events.