Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Small Boat Trolling for Mahi Mahi on Guam

There are a lot of small boat owners on Guam. You can see quite a few out on the weekends trolling, bottom fishing and even out with spear-fishermen. But one of the most fun times out with the guys fishing is on a small boat. There is nothing like a lot of actin in tight quarters.

Here is a You Tube video from Guam's Donjahmon's "Team Penn" (not affiliated with Penn Fishing) in action.

These guys definitely had a lot of fun on this day.

Until next time, Fish On!!!

Friday, October 21, 2011

All About Fishing on Guam

Well, many of you may already know me from my other blogs, BBQGuam and Guam Firehouse Cook and I figured the only thing missing was a blog about fishing on Guam. This blog is not all about my fishing on Guam, though I do a lot of it. It is my effort to showcase what fishing on Guam is all about. From the cultural fishing methods to the modern styles, I will try my best to showcase them all.

Here are just a few photos of past fishing experiences.....

Bluefin Trevely

Deep Sea Wrasse

Snapper and trevely

Large Bluefin Trevely

Marlin, wahoo and rainbow runners

5 Marlin for the day..
A real Marlin blanket

Small rainbow runners. Great for BBQ.

Taking another marlin out of the box.

52 inch barracuda.

This is a mouthful

Box full of mixed trolling fish.

This is a full box.

A 4 ft by 8 ft. table loaded with freshly caught reef fish.

Mahi Mahi

Skipper Bill.

Letting out the outriggers.

A lot of working space.

First light is great for fishing.
Catching Bait

Waiting for that evening bite.

Catching Manahac (juvenile rabbit fish) by net  in Merizo, Guam
Manahac is a local delicacy.

These are just a few of the pictures that I have. But I will post more on Guam spearfishing, trolling, cast net (talaya), tekken (gill netting), rod and reel casting and bottom fishing. 

Until next time,

Fish On!!!!