Who can deny that fishing is a rewarding and worthwhile undertaking? Indeed the activity is very profitable to any person who cherishes adventure. If not to obtain food, fishing can also be a source of adventure, a form of relaxation, and provide an opportunity to experience the breathtaking panorama.
I am a fishing enthusiast myself. I would dare argue that I am best suited to lecture anyone on the subject matter of fishing. I lay stake to this claim by virtue of having undertaken innumerable fishing expeditions in all the major fishing hubs in the United States of America.
I have personally come to find the Wulik River in Alaska, by far the premier fishing spot in the nation. I am glad to hereby share with you my experiences in the conversations that follow.
HOW I WENT ABOUT THE FISHING EXPEDITION
About the Wulik River, Alaska
For a start, Wulik River stands above the rest of the other fishing spots in the United States of America for various reasons. It is sheltered from the turbulent waves of the Arctic Ocean by the Kivalina Lagoon that runs along its mouth. This gives rise to still waters upstream that have always been easier for me to confront.
Secondly, it comprises an abundance of high-quality Arctic fishes. I have never had to struggle or put in too much effort in order to derive a sizable catch.
Thirdly, the river is surrounded by breathtaking panorama in the forms of snow-capped mountains, natural forests, and undulating landscape. I have often paused fishing for some time to capture these scenes via my digital camera.
Finally, it is generally deeper than most other rivers I have tried out within the United States. I have thus confronted fewer obstacles in all my fishing expeditions. This way, I have also enjoyed my expeditions altogether.
How I prepared for my Fishing Trips
Fishing is a very involving exercise. In light of this, I have always had to prepare adequately before venturing out to go fishing. This obviously is to avoid any unnecessary accidents and inconveniences.
My preparations have always been two-fold. Firstly, I have always had to prepare the motorboat. I have done this by servicing, fuelling, inspecting, and testing the boat. This is to ensure that it is in good working condition before deploying it for use. No one ever wants accidents of whichever kind.
After that, my next business has always been to gather the various fishing gears. These are the tools and items that I utilize to catch the fish. These gears include lines, hooks, floats, sinkers, reels, rods, lures, baits, nets, spears, traps, gaffs, tackle boxes, waders, and of course, a digital camera!
How I Have Undertaken the Fishing
As soon as I gathered every tool and item, I ventured out into the water. The best place to start out, as I have come to discover is upstream. This has always reduced the resistance that the boat has to grapple with. The downstream flow of water has also helped me to move my boat downwards by minimizing fuel consumption. I have always spread my net upstream and dragged it all along downstream. Like I said before, I have occasionally paused fishing to take photos of the surrounding environment.
The Fish Species
The river is home to several fresh and seawater fish species. This is because of the fact that it drains into the nearby Arctic Ocean. Some of the species I have caught in the river are Pacific salmon, Burbot, Arctic grayling, Chum salmon, Whitefish, Arctic char, Bull trout, and Dolly Varden.
The Extras – Sis Loves Me
The fishing trip is not complete without taking your favorite porn stash. Of course these days you are totally mobile and all you need is your phone and an access to favorite series. For Wulik trips my preferred one is a naughty one – Sis Loves Me – the original series where step brothers are having sex with step sisters. It’s kind of controversial but who cares to be honest – it’s just a pleasure to watch!
In all, I have always found a fishing expedition on Wulik River a very fruitful and rewarding experience. I, therefore, invite you, and indeed any fishing enthusiast, to consider trying out the river. You will never live to regret this step at all! Best of luck, as you make up your mind.