WHAT'S YOUR FAVORITE PLACE TO FISH?
Enter Sport Fishing's exclusive Favorite Places survey and you can make your opinion heard -and become eligible for more than $125 worth of Yo-Zuri lures!
You'll find a total of four surveys here in our forum and are welcome to offer a response in each. Two are based on experience and two on fantasy.
THIS THREAD: Ultimate Dream Trip - North America
You can be general and list only a state or country, or you can be very specific and list an area.
Then feel free to add further comments in the forum thread - and check out the results to date.
When the survey period has ended, for each survey a winner will be picked at random from all who voted and Yo-Zuri will send him/her a box of 12 various inshore/offshore lures.
I am going to go with a fresh water destinations for this one and say the Yukon River Basin in the Yukon Territory. My choice would be to target lake trout and pike at the end of May. The early season is best for top water pike fishing.
I would absolutely LOVE to take one of those trips in Alaska where they plane-ride you into a remote camp by a lake or river and drop you off for a few days to fend for yourself! That's on my bucket list.
Ling or Burbot..... ice fishing in Montana, got some friends there and seems like it would be a Beer fest!!!
For freshwater, I've got to get to Alaska someday
(If you're looking for a tip, try Hatchet Lake in Saskatchewan - went there last summer and caught the Canadian Grand Slam - pike, lake trout, walleye and grayling...great guides, boats, planes, lodge, food and booze)
For saltwater, I've got to get to Hatteras someday (or maybe Islamorado!)
Key West, FL - Tarpon, Bonefish, Permit at the Marquesas!!!
It used to be Hatteras, but I caught my first Blue Marlin with Captain Tony Tillet out of Oregon Inlet. So for now that's the spot until I can get to Kona.
I think Panama is on the N.A. continent, so I'll go with Tropic Star Lodge.
North America - The revillagigedo islands off the coast of Cabo. You have to birbe a Mexican General or something but would sure love to have a sport boat there for a few weeks to take on the huge Tuna and swarms of Wahoo!!!!
I would have to say my ultimate trip would be to Seward, Alaska for the Halibut and Lingcod fishing. Looks like a beautiful place to visit. Hopefully next year.