The season for Papua New Guinea black bass in the Gulf Providence starts in June and ends in November. Jason Yip of www.sportfishingpng.net has a few openings remaining for trips into this remote region. Here, monster PNG black bass and huge barramundi await in perhaps the most remote area on earth! Jason personally takes groups up to 8 into this remote region and has exclusive rights to fish there per agreements with the local tribes. As some my know, Jason set the IGFA all tackle world record PNG bass will I was in camp a few years ago. The monster weighed in at 46lbs. Jason claims to have seen larger bass, but good luck in landing them. Having the opportunity to battle the best of the best freshwater fish on earth, the PNG black bass is at the top in terms of fighting strength! When I obtained a strike from a PNG bass weighing over 40lbs, I was literally pulled down to my knees! During trips, you will have the opportunity to visit remote tribal villages and possibly purchase a gift or 2. Some of these villages are so remote that they have yet to see a "white man". PLus, the noted "bird of paradise" only lives on this stretch of earth. This trip as mentioned is into very remote sections of earth, but it is quite safe under Jason's watchful eye. If you ever wanted to catch one of the top freshwater fish on earth, I highly recommend booking a trip with Jason. Contact Steve Yatomi at www.adventuretravelalliance.com or you can contact me at email@example.com for questions regarding Jason's opeation. This is definatley a "Trip of a Lifetime" and you will have so many memories which will remain forever!