Thursday, November 13, 2008

King Crab developing eggs

King crab developing clutch of eggs, I watched the national geographic channel. Fisherman in Alaska it's amazing they catched hundreds or I must say thousands of king crabs they catched everyday. I like king crab legs it's tasty and meaty, it's a little pricey buying king crab legs. I tried the fake crab meat taste funny. I like cook it in filipino style, it so delicious!.

Monday, November 10, 2008

Alaska fishing images

Collection of big catch in Alaska

Thursday, November 6, 2008

Basic types of fishing bait

There are hundreds type of bait depending on what kind of environment you are in like for examples rivers, pond, stems, or deep ocean). Bait is something like live or artificial, mostly when we go fishing we just use artificial is easiest way.

Live Bait
There are different types of live baits included are earth worms which we normally use in Philippines, insects like grasshoppers, flies, or insects larvae and crickets. other live baits are minnow, chub shad, crayfish, and frogs. you can purchased at fishing and tackle store or any variety store.

Prepaid Bait
That has been previously prepared. these include kernel, bread balls, stinks baits, salmon eggs, cereal balls, baked potato pieces, chicken entrails or hotdogs.

Artificial Bait
Bait that is manmade like plastic worms, insects, lures, small jigs, spoocs, streamers and spinners.


Bluegill - maggots, grubs, worms, crickets, grasshoppers, small flies, ice spoons or jigs.
Bowfin - worms, minnows, crayfish, frogs, spinners, spoons and streamers.
Bullhead - leaf worms, night crawlers, insects, insect larvae, crayfish and stink bait.
Carp - dough balls, angle worms, peeled crayfish tails, corn, cheese balls and cereal or baked potato pieces.
Catfish - night crawlers and prepared baits such as bread balls, hotdogs and chicken entrails.
Crappie - minnows, worms, insect larvae, insects, small flies, small jigs and small spinners.
Gar - minnows, suckers and frogs.
Perch - minnows, worms, crayfish, insect larvae, insects, small flies, ice spoons and small jigs.
Pickerel - minnows, chub, crayfish, worms, spinners, spoons and streamer flies.
Rock Bass - minnows, crayfish, insects, insect larvae and worms.
Striped Bass - shad, worms, shad, spinners and streamers.
Sunfish - maggots, grubs, leaf worms, insects, small flies, ice spoons and small jigs.
Trout - salmon eggs and lures.

-Enjoy Fishing-

Monday, November 3, 2008

Snorkeling time

Snorkeling is fun even if you don't know how to swim, but still you can enjoy snorkeling. I'm not a good swimmer but I know how to snorkel. You need to be able to feel good and comfortable in the water in order to be in control of yourself and your body. Before snorkeling you should also practice wearing the equipment while floating in the water. This will allow you to become familiar with it and its weight. I remembered my husband taught me how to snorkel, I insist I can't do it because I can't swim. He said I can just have to float, wether facing down or up. So i did float and practice how to breath with the mask. I was surprised that I did float on the water and enjoying snorkeling. It is highly recommendable that you practice wearing all your snorkeling equipment while being into the water before you actually practice snorkling.

Sunday, November 2, 2008

The first impression upon stepping aboard is one of space. I'm excited when the boat is done and ready for sailing. The sailboat is done painting an oyster color, it's ready to put on the water to test for the balance. Hubby have to figure it out how to put on the water. Probably it will be ready next week, I'll keep you posted.