Whatever you call them, Mahi-mahi, Dorado or dolphin, there’s no denying that they are one of the most tastiest, most beautiful and one of the feistiest fish in the sea. In fact, the term Mahi-mahi is Hawaiian meaning strong-strong. However, the term dolphin can be misleading. No mistake, the Mahi-mahi is not a mammal, but is indeed an egg laying, cold blooded fish.
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Wilmington fishing charters discuss this amazing natural resource in coastal North Carolina
The lower part of the Cape Fear River from the city of Wilmington to where it empties into the Atlantic Ocean at Bald Island isn’t just a premier fishing destination for anglers of all levels – it also serves as a vital shipping channel between the port at Wilmington and the Atlantic. Sections of the river around Wilmington are also considered part of the Intracoastal Waterway
However, for general anglers and fishing charters around Wilmington, the lower Cape Fear River provides exceptional opportunities for Red Drum (Redfish), Speckled trout, Flounder and more.
The name “Cape Fear” comes from the area’s earliest European settlers who encountered dangerous shoals that extend for several miles from the river’s mouth into the ocean.
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Table Rock Lake in the Ozark Mountains is a prime fishing destination near Branson, Missouri. This lake created by a dam on the White River is in fact part of a network of three lakes covering southern Missouri and northern Arkansas.
Within Table Rock, Taneycomo and Bull Shoals lakes resides a large number of various fish species. Many of these fish like minnows and shad are really small and serve as food for the larger fish that guides target.
Below are 5 common species that fishing guides around Table Rock Lake will target during an outing. Continue reading for a brief description of each of these fish species, including their appearance, average size, diet and more.
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For many of us, visiting Alaska for some world-class salmon and halibut fishing is a once in a lifetime experience. There are so many things you have to do – book plane travel, decide if you’ll be camping or staying in a lodge and packing things like the proper clothing for the time of year you’ll be visiting.
Finding a good salmon fishing charter is, without a doubt, the most important preparation you can make before setting out for the alluring wilderness of Alaska. Continue reading “6 Considerations for Finding a Spectacular Ketchikan Salmon Fishing Charter”