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Deep Sea Game Fishing

by Owen Jones on April 10, 2014

Even though this term might make you think of ocean fishing, deep sea fishing refers to that which is performed in waters as large as or larger than lakes. Rivers and ponds are not "deep sea fishing" as the water is usually too shallow. Deep sea fishing is carried out in coastal waters where lots of large fish species make their home.

Open sea fishing necessitates a bigger boat for the operation in order to transport the catch and manoeuvre. Such a boat should have enough room for the fishing crew and also for the equipment needed to catch and store these big fish. Such a boat is intended to stand up to strong winds and bad weather at sea and to gain access to the fishing area safely and quickly.

There is a wide range of fish to be caught in deep sea game fishing includes marlins, swordfish, sailfish, large tunas and various types of sharks. There are also smaller species of fish caught at the same time as these larger ones. However, the small ones are not caught on purpose: they are called by-catch or, if caught intentionally, they are meant to be used as bait for the larger fishes.

Deep sea game fishing has been carried out in practically the same seas since the time that this occupation became established and later it developed into a business. It is performed in California, Florida, north of New Zealand, in Nova Scotia, Hawaii and so on. In those areas, the advantage the fishermen have is that large fish live close to the coasts and it does not take a long time to get to these places.

Open sea fishing can be done using several techniques of which the first we should mention is trolling. That is a form of angling achieved by dragging a baited line on the bottom of the ocean. The bait is usually squid or some other smaller fish commonly used for bait and it is thrown behind the boat. The stabilizers behind the boat also called outriggers work great at enlarging the area that can be used for catching fish. Another technique is chumming or chunking which requires that large pieces of dead bait fish are thrown overboard so as to attract large predatory fish.

So, as to be expected, deep sea game fishing has reached unparalleled proportions in terms of its extent because of people's demand for large fish in their kitchen or restaurant. These days, various fish food diets have actually become first-class aids to healthy living and many people are giving up red meat for this lite-fat, white kind.

If you are keen on fishing and would like to learn more more, please pop along to our website called Gone Fishing


Originally posted 2010-11-14 15:18:18. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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