Warm climate or cold climate, sport fishing is an excellent time-honored activity that is a very rewarding experience to take part in. Whether you’re an experienced angler in Caribbean sport fishing seeking the thrill of a big Tuna, or just a beginner learning the basics at your local lake – sport fishing is a great way to relax, apply patience and strategy, all while reacquainting yourself with nature. Sport fishing is a great activity to help establish and maintain all types of relationships, because it is so easy, fun and cost-effective. For families, your whole gang can pick up some inexpensive rods or rent them at a local bait shop, and spend quality time with each other with your lures in the lake. For business professionals, use Caribbean sport fishing to help build and secure your prospective clients with a day full of adventurous fun out in the warm, open ocean.
Types of Fishing
Salt Water – Off coast Caribbean sport fishing in the big ocean requires the use of specialized equipment and knowledge to be successful. Water temperature also plays a significant role in determining well populated areas in order to gain success. Anglers must pay close attention and react to even subtle differences in the climate. Just like humans, salt water fish want to stay within their comfort zone, any shift in environment temperature can cause them to migrate. Typical big game fish that can be hunted in salt water include the Sailfish, the popular Wahoo, the robust Tuna, and the challenging, coveted Marlin.
Fresh Water – This type of recreational fishing is typically restricted to the northern hemisphere in fresh water Lakes, Rivers and Ponds. The regions most notable for their excellent abundance of fresh water game include The Great Lakes of Ontario and Northern US Sates like Michigan, Wisconsin, Ohio and Minnesota. and surrounding ecosystem of rivers and lakes. Fresh Water sport fishing does not require the larger motorized marine vehicles that Off shore or Caribbean sport fishing require, as the waters are much calmer and easier to traverse, in addition to the disturbance this would cause to the fish. Fresh water sport fishing requires smaller crafts such as 50mph Horsepower single engine boats for traversing a larger body of water ie. Any of the Great Lakes – or even smaller crafts such as Canoe’s or paddle boats if fishing in calm, small bodies of water. The following is a graphic of common found fresh water fish.
The relatively low start-up costs for a simple rod, boat and fishing license (Required in most in-land regions) is what makes this activity such an enjoyable, and simple method of leisure. Coupled with the fact that it can be shared with nearly anybody, makes it a great experience.