February 28, 2011
Ice Fishing for Sharks in 2,600 Feet of Water & Evaluating Good Bonefish Habitat
By Tim Romano
Two very different videos for the Fly Talk regulars this morning. The first came to mind after watching Joe Cermele's video about Ansil Saunders. It's a little educational video if you will... About what to look for should you find yourself in or near suitable bonefish habitat. I found the video while poking around Deneki Outdoors. It's produced and shot by Aaron Adams, one of the worlds foremost biologists in the realm - he's the Director of Operations for Bonefish & Tarpon Trust.
The second is about as far away from fly fishing as it gets and came to me from the gents over at the chum nation and the BBC. It's about ice fishing...for sharks...in about 2,600 feet of water. I had to share, as it's about as extreme as it gets for any kind of fishing... period.