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1. It’s a chance to get out to the open seas. A chance to explore what the deep waters can give you as an adventure. The wind, the waves, the view. Deep sea fishing is your weekend ticket away from the bustling metropolis where the only chance to a relaxing ocean view is when the beaches are closed or on the pages of a travel magazine.

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2. The Learning. Learning a new skill is an adventure as you get to discover the tricks of the trade when it comes to deep sea fishing. You thought you knew everything about fishing until you met your skipper. Learn how to lure, reel and haul a mammoth catch. Get to know the equipment that you thought you were familiar with. New skills, new gear for a new adventure.

3. Get to meet underwater creatures that you only enjoy watching on television. Dolphins, sharks, manatees, and sea turtles all give you a spectacular scene as you charter deeper waters in which they live.

4. The Challenge. Deep sea is a very challenging sport. Luring and hooking your first catch is only half of the adventure. When deep sea fishing, you battle with your fish. Keep in mind that you are in the open sea with depths of over 30 ft. Fish in these areas are strong swimmers, something that they use to elude predators, bigger fish and yes, fishermen. A deep sea fishing battle is like a duel, a display of strength and endurance, man over fish or fish over man? In this part of your adventure you’ll utilize the reeling skills that you’ve learned, with expert coaching from your skipper as your captain whom also assists by steering the boat slightly to give you a better vantage of bringing it in rather than breaking your line. To fishing aficionados, a fish battle is termed as the “dance”.

5. The element of surprise. Deep sea fishing has a lot of surprises in store for you, and even seasoned fishermen are not spared from it. Now, it’s most unlikely that your boat will be chomped in half by the descendant of Megalodon (an extinct megatoothed shark), and you suddenly become fish food. Not that kind of surprise. The unexpected of all unexpected will be that time when you get to face the biter at the end of your line, the one that you have been patiently and fervently hanging on to for the past 45 minutes. Once the fish is hauled out of the water, it is amazing to see a fisherman’s face; (even seasoned ones) flurry though a succession of emotions as they view their catch. Now match the element of surprise with a handful of luck, you may even catch fish of unimaginable size, shape, color and most of all species. It’s like a box of chocolates, you never know what you are going to get.

6. Deep sea fishing is a great way to re discover yourself. Be amazed at your accomplishments and stand in awe of what you can do. Deep sea fishing is an activity that breaks self imposed barriers that are often accompanied by words such as can’t, won’t and never, replacing them with can, success and, “that was fantastic! When do I sign up for the next weekend?”

7. Deep sea fishing is a sport where you create your own memories every time you get your line wet. There is never a fishing trip where you get the same results. Every trip is different from the previous which gives this sport its thousands and thousands of enthusiasts.

Land adventure sports are easily accessible and have their own thrill. But we have seen once too many of climbing, jumping, riding, and falling to even put a dent on the adrenaline meter. It’s time to go where not all men have gone to, where only a select breed of adventurers find their adrenaline fix in the open seas.

9 Things To Expect When Deep Sea Fishing

The wind in your hair, the spray of salt water over the bow, the anticipation of a monstrous tug at the end of your tackle, the thought of catching something that would take more than 5 people to carry, that image of showing a picture of you and a fish with a body length longer than yours. Nausea?….Hopefully not. Here are 9 other things you might expect on your deep sea fishing trip.

1. Nothing shallow. As the word deep means, you will be setting off on a boat to deeper waters that are more than 30 meters deep. This will definitely bring you a certain distance away from dry land so make sure you have everything you need with you.

2. Expect that your fishing expedition will be dependent on weather conditions; wind that adversely affects the waters wave strength plays a great role in navigation. Your skipper will tell you more about this as deep sea fishing is inherently dangerous. But given the right precautionary measures, risks are minimized. If your trip is cancelled due to these reasons, no need to feel blue, fishing charters can immediately set your trip to another date and time so you can wet your line and enjoy it safely.

3. Deep sea boats are much bigger than the ones used for inshore fishing. They are made of sturdier quality to be able to withstand the elements of the open sea such as strong winds and waves. They are also made larger to accommodate those hundred pound monsters you that your tackle will hook.

4. Deep sea fishing is more physical than inshore fishing. If you are accustomed to sitting on your buttocks with one hand on the pole and the other with a can of beer, think again. Deep sea fishing will take more than all hands on deck. When you hook that first catch, it will be more than a jerk you can handle with one hand. The fish are bigger and swim stronger than inshore fish.

5. Different set of rods. Deep sea fishing utilizes the same equipment only with different specs. The tackle is more tolerant to sea water as salt tends to cause corrosion faster compared to normal inshore or freshwater equipment. Lines are made more durable to withstand game weight and pull. Multiplier reels also take place of the conventional reel to eradicate friction. The different gears let you have a more stable and stronger hold of your line as you reel your 100 pounder out of the water and on to your boat.

6. Run INS. Expect to meet more than your average pond frogs, or local lake creatures. You are in the open sea! Where you may get the chance to see the good, the bad and the ugly of the deep blue sea. Dolphins, manatees, puffer fish, and yes sharks! No need to feel anxious about this possible run in, fishing charters and your skipper are very knowledgeable of deep sea fishing spots and will ensure absolutely safe.

7. Expect action. Deep sea fishing is action packed. Strong gusts of winds and waves will make sure you get your adrenalin pumping, and you take it a notch higher as you hook your first catch. Expect of course that you will get wet and sweaty as you tirelessly reel in your fishing trophy for the day.

8. You will be expertly guided and coached throughout your adventure by experienced individuals who have the endeavor for the sport. Deep sea fishing is a totally relaxing sport and with the best fishing buddies on board, you wouldn’t need to worry at all.

9. Expect amazing feats of visual satisfaction. Be ready to capture them on camera as you will be flanked by a number of memorable experiences on your trip. The beauty of the open sea, the rich and abundant marine wildlife and of course that moment when you bag the first catch of the day.

Deep sea fishing is a total experience for lovers of the sport. There is so much to see and experience in this adventure. This activity will totally take your mind off the inertia of life in the city. More than that, it also lets you add more to your personal achievements.

Experience Deep Sea Fishing in South Africa

My first ever trip deep sea fishing in South Africa starts with an early morning wake up call at 5.00am. I am staying at lovely guest house accommodation in Port Alfred situated on the coast of the Eastern Cape. With a sense of excitement I kick start my day with a strong coffee and prepare food to take with me for what I hope will be a successful days fishing. The night before I took some Sturgeon (seasickness tablets) just to be on the safe side as I am not sure what the Indian Ocean has in store for me. We make our way down to the boat and prepare everything. We have taken 2 boxes of fresh sardines for bait.

Port Alfred has a lovely marina with a river that flows into the Ocean. We have timed our exit from the Kowie River mouth to coincide with low tide to ensure we have the smoothest exit to the Ocean. Nevertheless we put on our life jackets and ride the waves at the river mouth out to the vast Indian Ocean. We are riding in a Butt Cat which is superb for the Ocean with the ability to ride over the oncoming waves. Our skipper is Des, an experienced fisherman who knows the waters off this area of the Eastern Cape, and asks us to hold on as he picks up speed crashing over the waves in front of us. This is great and a really exciting start to the day completely taking my mind off any potential seasickness.

We head out for about 30 minutes before we drop our first anchor. Once we are settled we start to bait up our rods and drop our first lines. There are three of us on the boat so Des gives us expert advice on how to bait up and some tips on what to do when you get your first nibble on the line. I can’t believe how far down my line goes before my weight hits the bottom! As soon as my line reaches the bottom of the Indian Ocean I can feel the fish biting. This is amazing I didn’t expect to feel the bites so firmly. I know try and put into practice Des’ tips on making a strike. After a few fruitless attempts I make a proper strike and I reel in quickly.

Of course it’s a long way up and my arms are doing all the work but soon I can see the fish on the end of my line. The feeling is amazing! Des shows me how to bring the fish on board and then how to remove the hook from the fish. The fish is too small to keep but the taste of the catch has left me wanting more. Having returned the fish to the Ocean I bait up again. We spend about an hour in the first spot before moving on to a new spot. The Ocean is relatively calm and the weather is superb – always remember your suntan cream as the breeze out here can be very deceiving.

We stop for lunch halfway through the day to enjoy homemade sandwiches and cool drinks. Bobbing around on the Ocean we suddenly hear the noise of a familiar spurt of water made by a whale. Des points out the southern right whale about 600 meters away – incredible to think these mammals are cruising around near where you are fishing. We finish lunch and move on to a new spot. We enjoy in total about 8 hours fishing and catch enough good size fish for dinner later that evening. During the afternoon we spot lots of white water about a mile away from us – Des heads his boat towards the area and we are suddenly surrounded by 1,000’s of dolphins as far as the eye can see. This is an incredible sight and I take lots of photos to capture the moment.

As we return back to Port Alfred I look back on an amazing first experience of deep sea fishing in South Africa. South Africa has miles of coastline with a great choice of accommodation to be found from Guest Houses, Bed & Breakfasts, Lodges and Self Catering venues. From Cape Town all the way up the Garden Route to beyond Durban there are numerous beach holiday places to stay where you can take a fishing boat charter.

Going on a Deep Sea Fishing Trip

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Fishing is a hobby that has endured both time and space. Since the earliest of civilizations, man has already understood the importance of gathering food from the bodies of water. Nowadays though, the sense of fishing has already morphed into more exciting activities rather than finding fish for food.

Deep sea fishing trip is a whole lot different matter and each experience is different from that of another fisherman. Aside from the satisfaction of being able to feast on your own catch, deep sea fishing also provides the peace of the sea and the solitude of the charter. It is also considered as a mental game wherein you must devise your own ways to catch more fish or to lure them easier into your bait. The technical aspects of deep sea fishing is also far more complicated than the normal boat fishing however, the major principles still remain the same in almost all cases.

Deep sea fishing is more a challenge than a need to find the fish. It tends to be more of an adventure towards the sea while having a fun ride. It is more of experiencing the rush and the waves of the ocean and the wind. Catching the fish is not secondary though. After all, you set out for it in the first place.

Obviously, deep sea fishing lets you explore the deeps. Thus, you would not catch ordinary varieties of fish but strange-looking sea creatures in particular. However, these are seldom caught as these require special machineries.

Deep sea fishing trip is a sport made for fishermen that embarks them toward the deepest parts of the water.

The most common destination for deep sea fishing trip is the Gulf of Mexico. There is literally a wide spectrum of fish varieties that would not only educate you on the wonder of the fish world but would also help you in memorizing the species. You will most likely find large schools of snappers and groupers but you also stand a good chance of seeing (and catching) fishes like Spanish mackerel, kingfish, tuna and the giant red fish.

The captains of the fishing boat in this side of the world are known to be experts and can warrant you of excellent deep sea fishing trip. These captains are also known or their professionalism and adhere to maintain the proper conduct, and rules and regulations at sea. Additionally, the crews of the ships often make all the arrangements for the fisherman on board which saves you from the hassles of finding and of looking for good fishing spots. Some would even clean and bag your catch for you.

Selecting the Best Equipment For Sea Fishing

As the conditions of river or lake fishing differ from deep sea fishing, the equipment used also differs. Although, the same equipment that is used for river or lake fishing can be used for fishing near the shore of the sea, the equipment for deep sea fishing differs to a great extent. Therefore, choosing the best equipment is very important for a perfect fishing experience.

Where light weight and weak fishing tackle would suffice for river fishing, deep sea fishing requires heavy and strong fishing rods as the fishes in the sea are much bigger and stronger than those in the river or lake. Fishing rods are available in different materials and the choice simply depends on what you aim or expect to catch on your trip.

Heavy graphite fishing rods are ideal for deep sea fishing as they are light in weight and are strong enough to even catch big fish such as a shark or marlin. However, they are not flexible and thus not ideal for fishes which try to resist a lot. Not to worry, fiberglass fishing rods are ideal for such type of fishes as they are highly flexible and light weight which makes them perfect for a fight with the fishes.

Finding the best rod can be a little problematic if you have no experience in buying rods before. Never the less, it is not that difficult that you would lose hope of finding a good rod. The internet is the best place for finding good fishing rods as you can easily hunt for fishing rods at far greater number of stores.

The internet can provide extensive knowledge about various types of rods available in the markets, what materials are used to make them and which type of fishes are they suitable for. You can even buy fishing rods on the internet by visiting the websites of many popular fishing rod sellers. You should always do some research on the products available and read reviews if possible to get an opinion about a particular product.

The hook and lure are also very important for catching big fishes. Big bait would invite big fishes while small bait would invite only small fishes as the big fishes would generally ignore it. Several types of lure and hooks are available which are to be used with only a specific type of fishes.

Therefore, it is very important that you take the right type of lure and hook for the fishing trip.

The fishing line must also be chosen carefully so as to support the weight of heavy fishes of the deep sea. Selecting proper equipment is the key to success on a fishing trip and the key to selecting the best equipment is the appropriate use of the internet.

Sailfish & Safety – Important Tips to Make Your Deep Sea Fishing Holiday a Great One

Manzanillo is known for many things, but it is most known for being the “Sailfish Capital of the World.” Fishermen (and women!) come from all over to go deep sea fishing and hopefully catch “the big one.” But there are a few things you should keep in mind before sailing the high seas.

Tip #1: Check the Weather Report

Your boat captain should be doing this anyway, but it never hurts to just look at the weather report and make sure there isn’t a storm on the way. A good rule of thumb: if all of the other boats are staying docked, then you probably should too.

Tip #2: Double Check Your Gear

The day before your excursion, go through all of your equipment. Make sure everything works and that you have aren’t running out of anything. Try to get this done before noon so you can get replacements before the stores close.

Do the batteries in your flashlight work and do you have back-ups? Do you have a functional first aid kit? Do you have a waterproof bag for your wallet and cell phone and does it attach to your clothing correctly? Do you have rations in case you are stuck on the water for a couple of days? Do you have a couple of flares in case you need to signal someone in the night?

All of these items may sound small, but could be very important if something happened.

Tip #3: Make Sure the Radio is Working

Before you let the boat leave the dock, ask the captain if he has checked the. If they have a GPS system, check to see if that is working too.

Tip #4: Find the Life Jackets

Hopefully, your captain will go through some quick safety features before you leave. Make sure you know where the life jackets, rafts and/or lifeboats are located. In addition, find out where the fire extinguishers are located.

Tip #5: Learn Meditation

Sometimes a minor problem can turn into a catastrophe if everyone panics. Remain calm and offer the captain and his crew help in handling other passengers. If they are your family, make sure that you are firm in your instructions and show confidence.

Tip #6: Don’t Bite Off More Than You Can Chew

Some deep sea fish are very strong and can pull a person off a boat. Be sure that your fishing rod is securely anchored and that you are also attached to the boat in some way in case your rod gets free. If you have children with you, this is extremely important. Little Billy isn’t going to win a battle with Señor Fish.

Tip #7: Leave Your Information

Make sure that somebody has a copy of your vital information before you leave. If your spouse is staying on the mainland, be sure that she knows what you are doing, the name of the charter company, when you should be returning and other information that will be helpful in case something happens. This includes any medical information and names and numbers of emergency contacts back home.

If you are traveling alone or your entire party is going on the trip, it is a good idea to leave your information with the front desk so that you have someone looking out for you.

All of these tips don’t take very long and they could save your life. Make sure that your trip is a happy one and not a disaster.

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The month of January is always the start of the Boat Show season across North America. To start off the boat show season, the 2011 Mid-America Boat Show and Fishing Show, happening January 14 – 23. The show is located at the I-X Center in Cleveland. I recently caught up with Boat Show Representative Mike DiLorenzo with the Lake Erie Marine Trades Association and I had an opportunity to ask him a few questions about this years show

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Jan 26, 2011

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Jan 22, 2011

Brief Overview on How to Land Jobs on a Commercial Fishing Boat

Since you were young, you have always been fascinated by the lives of those who work on fishing boat. What you really want is to buy your own that is why you keep on looking for fishing boats for sale. Now that you already have an idea of how much this material would cost, you are leaning on another direction. You still want to get that dream, but you need to work hard and save up to attain it. This is what made you decide to work on a commercial fishing boat.

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Jan 13, 2011

Summary of “Bass Fishing With Subsurface Plugs”How to Fish With Plugs

Plugs are wooden, plastic or metal lures designed to imitate the prey of predatory fish. There are now four basic types of plugs: floating divers, floaters, slow sinkers and suspenders. It is important to match the lure to the quarry and take note of the conditions, too.

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Jan 13, 2011

Berkley Powerbait For Trout Fishing Review

Berkley Powerbait lures are one of the best types of rainbow trout lures on the market, so it’s no surprise they are a popular pick for anglers all over the country. Powerbait is available in several different formats; some of the most popular are Berkley Gulp! Dough Trout Bait and Dough Trout Nuggets, Berkley Powerbait 3 inch Trout Worms, and Berkley 2 inch Power Minnows.

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Jan 12, 2011

How to Rig and Fish Using Berkley Soft Baits

When it comes to soft baits, Berkley is a leading producer of some of the best baits in the market today. The scientists behind Berkley have spent years and years trying to develop an artificial bait that will surely surpass all other baits today. They have been successful in doing so and consequently gained a good reputation among anglers.

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Jan 12, 2011

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