|Just put together a blog post about a fish I've wanted to see for literally as long as I can remember, the payara. If you want to check it out, here's a cold link, randyrichter.blogpost.com It's called The Pull. Here's a bit from todays post.|
One of my favorite things about fishing, and really, about life, is that you never know exactly what is going to happen. Sometimes, fishing can surprise you in ways that leave you speechless, and in this case, grinning from ear to ear, for several days.
I have a rule about fish. I like fish with teeth, and my rule is, if my fish is eating your fish, I'm going to fish for that. Therefore, pike> walleye, barracuda>bonefish. And I've always been fascinated by a fish called a payara. You've probably seen them. Giant fangs protruding UP. The rest of their jaws studded with needle sharp teeth. Holes in their face for the teeth to fit in when they close their mouth. For me, they are a dream fish.
, a fish I've wanted to see for as long as I remember.