Hello, world anglers!
How have you been recently?
Japan is now in winter and entire country is chilly and even snowy at some parts.
Though weather is now cold, anglers are still active here in Susaki.
Today's report is of November 10th.
This day, captain and his customers were going to catch amberjack.
Soon after they arrived at the point, they quickly started getting small horse mackerel which is best as a bait.
They easily collect enough numbers of bait at first spot and then it is time to catch main target which is amberjack.
From first drop, they got big bite and rod drew beautiful arc shape.
What they got is....
Huge king fish! 15kg, 33lb
Beginning with this monster, customers kept getting monsters like this.
This is from our captain Okkamu.
As we have been informing since last year, Captain Okkamu is constantly catching fishes. If you come to Japan first time ever and would like to try fishing without being lonely with empty cold box, we highly recommend him to go fishing with.
Captain Okkamu's Reservation Information :
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org (in English & Japanese)
Or, contact us at 0889-42-2311
(Telephone in English & Japanese, available Mon~Th, 8:30~17:15 in Japan standard time),
For the details for fishing tour is here (see "Boat Fishing・Raw Bait Style").
Location of port is here.
Captain Okkamu above is mainly fishing with raw or live bait but we, Susaki Tourism Fishing Center, provide lure fishing service as well.
Fishing style is called "Tairaba" which is effective for Red Snappers and other kinds of snappers. Here in Susaki, winter is the best season for big snappers. We highly recommend Tairaba style fishing service.
Detail is here.
As well as lure fishing service, we also provide the service that carries anglers to offshore inlets for Smallscale Blackfish and Striped Beakfish. Both fishes become fatter and fatter in winter and more delicious.
It is highly recommend to aim those fishes in winter . Detail is here.
We will see you at next information update and hopefully at Susaki for fishing in future!