When you think of sharks, I bet you do not think of them swimming in the frigid cold waters of Alaska? However, there is a speices,the salmon shark, which can regulate it's body temperature to survive these brutal conditions. Salmon sharks are a species of the mackerel shark and found in the Northern Pacific Ocean. They feed on salmon, ie. salmon shark. They can reach weights around 700lbs with lengths over 10ft. The maximum age is around 25 years. Salmon shark possess large teeth capable of inflecting damage to humans. However no known salmon shark attacks have been documented. There are numerous top charter boats in Homer, Valdez, Seward, among others to put you into battle with these brutes. Top bait is fresh whole pink salmon. I have never had the experience of fishing for salmon shark but hopefully one day will do it. I have seen caught salmon sharks on the docks of Valdez. So next time your up in Alaska for a halibut or salmon trip, make sure to plan a day for the salmon shark.
When thinking of monster largemouth bass, Florida comes right to mind. Here many of the top big bass areas such as the St. Johns River, the Kissimme Chain of Lakes, and Butler Chain of Lakes, plus others come to mind. Capt Eddie Bussard of Basschalenger Guide Service has been guiding anglers to these top waters in search of the bass of their dreams. Capt Eddie has over 20 years of experience guiding folks from all over the world on these waters. Numerous bass over the magical 10lbs mark are frequency caught during the season with the top months being January through March. These waters are near Disney World so you can sneak out for a day of trophy bass fishing while your family is enjoying their time at Disney. Capt. Eddie books fast and has a few top dates remaining. His cell phone is 321-377-2013 or he can be reached via email at email@example.com Also make sure to check out his website at www.basschallenger.com. This definately would be a great Xmas present for the angler in your life!
Avid bull red angler, Dr. Gary Clark, reports great action on big bull redfish while fishing with Capt. Keith Kennedy of Born To Fish Charters. Clark plus 2 friends, landed hundreds of big reds exceeding 20 pounds during their 3 day trip to Louisianna. Dr. Clark says the best action was on Bomber Mud Minnows and Berkley Ripple Shads while using a popping cork. The action should remain throughout the season according to Gary. Capt. Kennedy fishes out of Venice, LA and provides everything including housing, meals, tackle, plus others. He has shown over the years to constantly put anglers on big bull reds. Keith has a few openings remaining this season. You can contact him at (504) 908-3108. For the costs, this is one of the best bargins available worldwide for 3 days of top fishing action.