If you like to go rafting or canoeing why not catch some fish for a shore dinner. The first thing you need to do is plan what river or stream has access to leave your vehicles. You need to leave a vehicle at the starting point and at the end of the trip. A map of the area is a great help. Make sure you are not crossing any private property . Some land owners that own land on both sides of the water might not want you drift fishing through their property. The best thing about this is all you need to do is paddle along with the current.
Take plenty of food and drinks. Make sure to take a good selection of fish bait. I have caught some very nice smallmouth bass on float fishing trips. The best bait I have found is drifting a night crawler along the edges of the ripples and swifter water. Use a small split shot a couple feet up from the hook , just hook the worm a couple times. Cast the worm up stream and let it bump along the bottom through the ripples. Softcraws or crawdads are great to use ,make sure you keep the cool and out of the sun.