10 May 2012

Deep Sea Fishing #1

What Is Deep Sea Fishing?

Deep sea fishing is a form of angling that requires deep waters and usually takes place further away from land. The water depth should be at least 30 meters to be considered deep sea fishing territory. This fishing method is also often called offshore boat fishing, sport fishing, and big game fishing.

How Is Deep Sea Fishing Different From Normal Fishing?

Glad you asked! By going out on a boat into the deeper waters, the fisherman is suddenly exposed to a pool of deep sea fish. These are totally different than your regular shallow water fish. We are talking big game fish - sharks, tuna, marlin, and swordfish just to name a few. You normally will not find these species closer to shore, as they require open and deeper waters to feed. The swimmers and surfers are surely thankful for that.
Check out this video to the see the kind of struggle that often take place during deep sea fishing.

Sometime its being really scary experience..

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