Enjoy a perfect listen to while you’re fishin’.
The Beatles, “Here Comes the Sun”
Try not to be happy while listening to this song. You just can’t. A cornerstone in The Beatles’ chart-topping catalog, this song will help you welcome the sun—and warmer weather—on the way to that fishing hole.
Loretta Lynn, “Spring Fever”
Roll out of dreary winter and into the comfort of spring with this all-time classic. Loretta’s ode to the sunny season reminds us that what’s old can be shiny again. Or maybe it wasn’t.
Zac Brown Band, “Same Boat”
Same boat, same RV, same difference. Togetherness is in short supply these days, and this is the perfect tune for when you’re racking up some country miles, casting a line with a friend, or giving your Tuesday a little lift.
The Avett Brothers, “A Father’s First Spring”
Spring is about the new birth, and the Avett Brothers bring that theme home in this folksy tune that captures the emotions of a new father. Evoking the clearness of morning and wind kissing the hills, it’s a breath of fresh air.
John Prine, “Fish and Whistle” “Fish and Whistle”
is the kind of song that makes you wonder why they don’t make music like this anymore. Simple but memorable lines like, “We’ll whistle and go fishing in heaven,” will keep you humming down the highway.
Johnny Nash, “I Can See Clearly Now”
An oldie but goodie, with a melody as fresh as they come. When springtime comes and you hit the road, this song is like a shot of sunshine as you chase those blue skies and watch road markers tick by.