Friday, October 29, 2010
As it was the time when the day was about to end, so there was no time for me to waste. I’ve gone through few fishing reports where I’ve seen the hot spots of the water. And I’ve decided to hit those hot spots only. I was carrying my latest Blue Fox Vibrax Spinners and casted them on the respectful paces where the hot spots were. The results came almost instantly as my new Blue Fox spinners were working perfectly. I had managed to grab a nice 200 gram perch within almost no time. It took me no time to understand that perch were in and around and they were pretty aggressive as well.
After the first perch it took me a little tie to grab the next one. As the day was about to end so I was fearing I may not stay for long as in the dark it was of no use to wait for fishes. After a little wait, which was annoying as other than perch my hook was hitting to all the un-wanted stuffs. After a little wait my hook got hits every now and then. And I caught a lot of perch which made me really happy. But none was as great as the first one of the day.
So the moral is sometimes its better to step out of the lot and try something different. This help us to get an extremely different experience altogether. The monotony I was having was broken. And the results were also satisfying as well. And I’ll be really glad if this fishing report will help somebody to get out of his/her regular closets.
Thursday, October 28, 2010
That made us very happy and we hunted for few more Goldies and within next 40 minutes we bagged 4 more solid fishes. We then headed out wider to one of the local island to try for some spanish mackeral. With two lures in tow, we worked the current lines that peeled off the island. On our second pass both rod simultaneosly loaded up and it was on again. We had gone through many fishing reports telling similar stories about the area.
After the first blistering run and the sheer fact that we had a double hookup – we were sure that 2 big macks had grabbed our lines. However after some times of hard deep dives and unstoppable runs we changed our tune. And we knew these were Big GTs. This one was terribly big and we tumbled for about 30 minutes to catch that. It weighed in at a hefty 32kg. After few times more, the second one hit the surface and went 29 kgs. Some truly awesome sport fishing and probably 2 of the biggest fish that all of us would ever likely to catch. Later on in the day we tried our luck for a few snapper but only managed one smallish fish of about 2.5kg. Another awesome day to remember.
Tuesday, October 19, 2010
This Australia fishing report is about a fishing adventure that I’ve experienced after a long gap. After being idle for quite a long time I’ve decided to go out and catch some wealth. Actually, on my last trip my spinning rod was broken which took me out of the mood for fishing for some time. But as we all know, difficulties makes you stronger and more stubborn, it is even true in my case always.
Friday, October 15, 2010
Among other fishing reports, this one is really special to me, as it is about one of the most interesting & memorable fishing trips that I’ve enjoyed. It was somewhere in July of 2005. Me and my friends were on a trip to the Northwest Wisconsin that time. We’ve decided we will hunt for Musky. The skies were clear and the temperature was just perfect of 80 degrees F and winds were also calm.
We started the day a bit early and quickly enough I got two really hard hits on my hook. After some time my cast was slammed by something and I was pretty sure that it must be a fish of my lifetime. I was struggling and my friends also came out to help. But All of a sudden the rod got EXPLODED into multiple pieces. That made me extremely frustrated as I was left with a broken fishing pole and a lost huge catch. But somewhere I was hoping that this will turn out to be something really exciting and I’ll be adding this one on my fishing reports.
But I was not disheartened, nor was the day over. I changed the rods and believe me… within 10 minutes I was hit again! This one was not going to get away, so I again set the hook like ten angry men and once again my rod was now using exploded into two pieces. But this time I acted clever and fortunately I had already buried the hooks into the massive mouth of that monster. My friends kept reeling and the fish got to the side of the boat. Now the next problem was to get it into the net and pull her on the boat. As we all know it’s hard to tackle a moderate fish in to into its comfortable space – water. And this one was a real monster. This one was a monster at its true sense and we all had a quite a tough time to make it ours.
We’ve decided to take some photographs of the giant and let it go and we’ve doe the same. So finally we all were left with two broken fishing poles and a successful catch and release of a fish of a lifetime. I am feeling really great to share this as one of my best fishing reports.