Fishing News and Articles

Posted by Lauren Yanez on Apr 28, 2011

Fishing News, Updates, Articles And Resources

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Pod Surf TV – Sushi Roll

Posted by Lauren Yanez on Apr 28, 2011

Julian Wilson is the next big thing and this podcast will show you why! Capturing the true spirit of Mexico, Corona is from where youíd rather be. So whatever youíre doing now, do it later. The white sands and crystal blue waters are calling you.

Duration : 5 min 54 sec

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Big Game Sport Fishing

Posted by Lauren Yanez on Apr 28, 2011

The Big Game is a 48' Ray Davis sport fishing machine! She's Ft. Lauderdales finest charter fishing boat, very comfortable with Air Conditioning and all the amenities.

Duration : 39 sec

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Whitetail Institute Bass Fishing

Posted by Lauren Yanez on Apr 26, 2011

On the Season 2 opener of Three Tree Outdoors we join Brian Hancock and Whitetail Institute's Steve Scott on an Alabama Bass Fishing trip as they discuss food plots for whitetail deer.

Duration : 29 min

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Chendo Velasco (Peru Surf #54)

Posted by Lauren Yanez on Apr 26, 2011

Especial de Chendo Velasco en el programa PERU SURF (Programa #53) 2008

Duration : 10 min

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Columbia Sportswear Reel Fishing Contest

Posted by Lauren Yanez on Apr 26, 2011

Enter to win a dream fishing trip with ESPN2’s George Poveromo. Columbia Sportswear invites you to spot the liar among our four video fishermen for a chance to win. Watch the video, then go to reelstories.columbia.com to make your pick.

Duration : 7 min 31 sec

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Sesimbra Bay: Portugal’s Playground

Posted by Lauren Yanez on Apr 25, 2011

Drive less than half an hour south of bustling Portuguese capital Lisbon, and you’ll find Sesimbra. Retaining all the warmth and character of its proud maritime tradition, this stunning seaside village doubles as a high-end tourist haunt, and has been attracting foreign visitors and well-heeled locals since the sixties.

Sesimbra offers visitors the luxury of a high-end destination with the peace and tranquility of the ultimate getaway.

Set on a stunning, curved turquoise bay dotted with brightly coloured fishing boats, Sesimbra boasts the stunning natural beauty that has made Portugal a perennial favourite. Despite the high-end developments built to accommodate the upmarket tourists the region attracts, Sesimbra maintains the relaxed pace that dictates life along the coast.

Indeed, relaxation is what a trip to Sesimbra is all about. Leaving the noise of the city and the commercialisation of the tourist spots to the south behind, Sesimbra offers a chance to soak up what makes Portugal such a magical place – the sun, the sea, the scenery, the culture and of course, the welcome.

For lovers of natural beauty a drive along the knife-edge ridge of the glorious surrounding Arrabida hills is rewarded with stunning views of chalk white cliff faces and picturesque azure blue seas. The Arrabida Natural Park itself combines a memorable mix of rugged hillside terrain and the luscious green countryside that plays host to wildlife of the Sado Estuary – including a colony of bottlenose dolphins along the coast at Setubal.

On the hill behind the town, and well worth a visit, you’ll find the restored medieval castle and 12th century church, both standing in the grounds of the Moorish fortress captured in 1165. They’re just one of many beautiful historic sites that sit within a few minutes drive of the village, but like most of the region are best enjoyed at a more sedate pace – as part of a leisurely cycle or even on horseback.

Once you’ve finished enjoying the breath taking scenery you may enjoy a taste of more active pursuits. As you’d no doubt assume, Sesimbra offers a plethora of top class water sports and, like most of Portugal, is within easy reach of world-renowned golf courses. Sport fishing has been a favorite pastime of both locals and visitors for decades – bringing together the beauty of the ocean with the excitement of the chase.

Of course, being less than 30 minutes from Lisbon means visitors can enjoy the best of both worlds. A day spent savouring the sights and sounds of the historic Portuguese capital is ideally capped off with a stroll along the traditional promenade at Sesimbra, alongside well-heeled Lisbon tourists and local families enjoying the sunset.

As the night sets in, follow the aromas of freshly caught seafood to one of the town’s renowned restaurants where swordfish and tuna are the highlights of the menu. And after dinner? It’s time to settle down in one of the many cozy bars that line the pristine beachfront.

However you decide to spend your stay, Sesimbra’s stunning natural beauty and quiet charm make it the ideal destination for a great relaxing getaway.

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Top 5 Family Fun Beaches

Posted by Lauren Yanez on Apr 25, 2011

Planning a vacation with the whole family means you have one primary consideration: keeping the kids happy. If planning a beach vacation, it seems you already have taken care of that main consideration, but not completely. You want to be sure you choose a kid-friendly beach that will also keep the adults happy.

Dr. Beach, otherwise known as scientist Dr. Stephen Leatherman, chooses the top beaches each year, always with an eye toward the kids as well. All of the following selections are made with the family in mind. These were Dr. Beach’s selections for 2006.

1. Fleming Beach, Maui. This beach, of which part is the Ritz Carlton beach, is a popular destination for families. Here, you can surf, swim and picnic. Since the kids are with you, you’ll appreciate that there are restrooms, showers and picnic facilities. If you’re visiting in the winter, stay out of the water, as the surf is dangerously high then. Families also like the location – it’s on the west side of Maui and is backed by a forest of trees which provide abundant shade.

2. Caladesi Island State Park, Florida. This beach makes a wonderful complement to a Florida vacation with kids. Head to Florida’s west coast (this beach is near the St. Petersburg/Clearwater area) and visit this park, which offers a marina, picnic pavilions, shelling and fishing, as well as nature studies. There are also three miles of nature trail here. The beach is a family favorite due to the myriad of activities that complement your visit, as well as the beautiful sand beaches perfect for sandcastle making.

3. Ocracoke Island, North Carolina. Located on North Carolina’s Outer Banks, Ocracoke Island is a popular destination for families. There’s something here for everyone: the kids enjoy watching the “banker ponies”, the wild ponies that live there, and parents enjoy the quaint shops, historic lighthouse, and darling homes. The village of Ocracoke is on the National Register of Historic Places. There’s a free ferry service from Hatteras Island to Ocracoke Island. It’s a 40-minute ferry ride that can end up taking a lot longer in the summertime, as the wait for the ferry can be a long one.

4. Cooper’s Beach, Southampton, New York. Southampton was the first settlement in New York State, in 1640, and this beach is the main beach in the Southampton area. Of course, Southampton is known as the playground of the rich during the summer months, so be sure to prepare yourself for that if you’re not normally part of that moneyed crowd. But don’t let that scare you off – the beach is also a favorite playground of kids everywhere. You should carry some cash: non-residents pay $25 for weekday parking and $30 for weekend.

5. Hanalei Bay, Kauai, Hawaii. This beach, located on the north coast of Hawaii, is a quiet oasis of fun beach activities. There are many vacation home rentals in the area, so you can head from your condo or house rental right to this beautiful beach. Kids love it because the white sand beaches are prime for sand play, there are restrooms, picnic facilities and a lifeguard on duty. Kids can play in the water most times of the year and surfing and boogie boarding are also popular here.

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Why Puerto Vallarta Condo Rentals are the Best Option for Vacationers!

Posted by Lauren Yanez on Apr 25, 2011

Vacationing in Puerto Vallarta condo rentals can be a really pleasant experience. Condo rentals in Puerto Vallarta provide all the right ingredients to make your stay an unforgettable dream. The ingredients include all the facilities for comfortable living.

 

Features of Puerto Vallarta condo rentals

Condominiums provide very convenient and reassuring facilities for the holiday makers no matter where they intend to spend their vacations. When it comes to Puerto Vallarta condo rentals, you need to be more specific about its features. Well, here are some of the outstanding points about them:

  • Location – Usually, condo rentals in Puerto Vallarta are situated in the Marina or near Banderas Bay with a breath-taking view of the ocean front. Vacationers can enjoy the privacy of the beach with an extended view from all the rooms overlooking the ocean. Puerto Vallarta condo rentals are conveniently located where all the necessary items are easily accessible too.
  • Prices – Prices of Puerto Vallarta condo rentals depend on the season and the facilities provided. Luxurious condos with all the modern amenities are highly priced during prime seasons. The rich and famous generally opt for these condo rentals. There are many optimally priced condos too with decent furnishings for the common vacationer.

 

  • Furnishings – Air-conditioned bedrooms with comfortable beds are taken-for-granted  issues in Puerto Vallarta condo rentals. Bedding, linen and laundry are usually provided for.

 

  • Kitchen – A condo rental in Puerto Vallarta has a well-equipped kitchen with microwave, refrigerator, dishwasher and a host of cooking utensils. Vacationers can have a wonderful time cooking according to their preferences.

 

  • Parking – Parking space for automobiles and motor-boats is included in most Puerto Vallarta condo rentals.

 

  • Entertainment – A condo rental in Puerto Vallarta provides satellite television with DVD and VCR players and stereo systems. Vacationers can choose to watch movies or sports action from a vast video library. Internet facilities are also provided.

 

Added Attractions In Puerto Vallarta

Living in condo rentals of Puerto Vallarta affords the vacationers insight into a variety of other attractions available in Puerto Vallarta. The vacationers can live a subdued life in the condo rentals and at the same time enjoy the adventures of the nearby places.

  • Scuba diving – The marine life of Puerto Vallarta is varied and colorful. People living in Puerto Vallarta condo rentals generally go for scuba diving and snorkeling in the bay to discover the host of fishes, sharks and dolphins living there.

 

  • Water sports – The protected and calm waters of the bay allow the vacationers staying in the condo rentals of Puerto Vallarta the leisure of swimming, parasailing and skiing. A great variety of water sports attract the tourists here.

 

  • Fishing – The waters around Puerto Vallarta are considered a great fishing destination. All types of fish including marlin, sailfish, dorado are caught by using fishing boats. Both fresh-water and salt-water fishing can be done here by the people living in Puerto Vallarta condo rentals.

 

 

Other Activities In Puerto Vallarta

Apart from what’s been mentioned, there are some other activities that you could get involved in to learn more about the life in Puerto Vallarta while you are there. Here are a few of them:

  • Golf – Golf courses are located near the Puerto Vallarta condo rentals. Vacationers can register in any of them and have a whale of a time. A short walk or even sponsored bus rides take the tourists from the condominiums to these courses.

 

  • Shopping – Shops, boutiques and art galleries throng the area near Puerto Vallarta condo rentals. Everything from low-cost trinkets to highly-priced art pieces is available here. Designer clothing and department stores are easily accessible from the nearby condo rentals.

 

  • Restaurants – Termed the culinary capital of Mexico, Puerto Vallarta has about 250 restaurants catering to the different clientele staying there. Vacationers living in the Puerto Vallarta condo rentals can savor the taste of varied international and Mexican cuisine in the restaurants around these condo rentals.

 

  • Night life – A honeymoon couple from a condo rental in Puerto Vallarta can enjoy all kinds of music and drinks in the night spots here. Discos and open-air beaches captivate the vacationers with live music bands and dancing.

 

The Puerto Vallarta culture can be enjoyed only by living in the condo rentals here. No amount of description can capture or surpass the wealth found here. Staying in a condo rental in Puerto Vallarta is the only way to experience it.

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5 in 1 Fishing Tool Kit

Posted by Lauren Yanez on Apr 24, 2011

Have all the tools you need handy in one compact pack. This 5 in 1 Browning fishing tool kit includes all the tools you need for a day out on (or by) the water all bundled into a nylon carry case.http://www.plankton.com.au/products/5-in-1-Fishing-Tool-Kit.html

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