|SALT WATER FISHING
Pescadores Mejico, Sportfishing Mexico - Whether it's reeling in a prized striped marlin off Los Cabos, hooking mahi-mahi in the Yucatan, or trying to eclipse the record 988-pound black marlin caught off the waters of Mazatlan, visitors are sure to be lured by thousands of species of fish in one of the world's top destinations for sportfishing. So get ready to bring in the catch of a lifetime rather than bringing home tales of the proverbial big one that got away.
The Rich Coast's Big Game Fishing - Giant marlin, sailfish beyond number, high-jumping tarpon, record class snook and a dozen or more hard hitting fresh water species . . . Costa Rica has them all! World Class Marlin often approach record breakers. Fishing just doesn't get any better than you will find in friendly, peaceful Costa Rica, and because this is a small nation, it's possible to enjoy it all on a single visit perhaps with a day of white water rafting and a volcano and rain forest tour thrown in.
FRESH WATER FISHING
Back Drifting The Kenai - The Kenai and Russian Rivers confluence, in the heart of the Kenai Peninsula (some 80 miles south of Anchorage), is one of the most popular places in the world to catch King and Red Salmon and though the availability of those species is very high during the peaks of their respective runs, so is the competition.
Born to Fish New Zealand - Stu Tripney owns the outfit, and he's an affable Scot who made New Zealand his home about ten years ago. He claims to have started fishing about 30 years years ago, but you know how it is with fish stories. He truly enjoys teaching and has introduced hundreds of people to this exciting and relaxing sport.