HUNTERDON COUNTY, NJ, December 26, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- As an individual with a successful entrepreneurial career in life sciences, Michael Mitrow understands the importance of balancing work and play. In his free time, sport fishing is one of Michael Mitrow's favorite leisure activities to participate in. He has been an expert sport fisher for many years, and enjoys competing in tournaments along the east coast. Michael Mitrow particularly enjoys fishing for billfish, which includes white marlin, blue marlin, and sailfish. He is currently planning his next big fishing trip, and is considering several spots along the east coast.
Sport fishing is one of the oldest known pastimes, dating back to the middle ages. During the centuries, numerous methods of fishing have developed that sport fishers can choose from. Sport fishing occurs in both saltwater and freshwater environments, which gives fishers the opportunity to catch a variety of different types of fish. Common salt water game fish include tuna, marlin, sailfish, shark, mackerel, and tarpon. Freshwater fish tend to be smaller, and popular types include salmon, pike, catfish, pike, trout, redfish, and walleye. Although Michael Mitrow
enjoys freshwater fishing, he prefers the challenge of catching saltwater fish. He explains, "Saltwater fish are typically bigger and harder to catch. For this reason, I prefer more difficult fishing environments."
For his next fishing trip, Michael Mitrow wants to stick to his tradition of east coast fishing. When choosing a location, he says, "In my opinion, the east coast has the best fishing. The Atlantic Ocean has so much to offer for fishers." In terms of specific locations, Michael Mitrow is looking at Hatteras Island in North Carolina and Cape Cod in Massachusetts.
Hatteras Island is a renowned fishing destination off the coast of North Carolina. The island offers both in shore and deep sea charters for fishers, depending on where they would like to fish. For Michael Mitrow
, deep sea fishing is his passion. He explains, "Hatteras Island is known for its sport fish populations, which are my interests. I especially enjoy fishing for marlin and sailfish, which are abundant around the island." Michael Mitrow's interests are well-represented at Hatteras Island, which makes it a strong contender in his decision for where to lead his next fishing trip.
Like Hatteras Island, Cape Cod is also known for its excellent sport fishing. Located on the tip of Massachusetts, the cape offers numerous locations for fishing along its coast. The populations of fish are somewhat different at Cape Cod, with the most sought-after species being bluefish, tuna, tautog, flounder, striped bass, and fluke. Marlin sometimes appear along the southern edge of the cape, but are seen less prevalent than at Hatteras Island. Despite the differences in game fish at Cape Cod, Michael Mitrow says, "I'm up to the challenge of catching new types of fish." Additionally, as Cape Cod is very family friendly, Michael Mitrow
explains that, "I could bring the whole family along, as the cape has something for everyone. I would love to include my family on my next fishing trip."About: Michael Mitrow
works in the life sciences field. During his free time, he pursues a number of hobbies, including sport fishing.