Guy Riordan Talks Fishing: What to Expect in Saltwater Fishing

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There are numerous types of fish to be caught off the coast of Florida, according to Guy Riordan. “That’s why it is important to choose the right charter adventure,”. An avid outdoorsman, Riordan has appeared on nationally syndicated television shows and is a one time gaming preserve owner.

According to owner, various charter companies provide different fishing adventures. And what the charter companies can offer, says Guy Riordan, may also depend upon the current season. “Take the snook for example,”. “If those are caught in the ‘off season’ from May 1st till September 1st, they have to be released.” Many good fishing charter companies will know the good times of year in which to catch a particular fish.

As well, adds Guy Riordan, a charter company can educate a novice fisherman on the types of fish and what sort of challenge will be given. “Take a tarpon for example, you cannot eat them, but they are known for their fight and huge leaps out of the water”. A redfish is another fish known to test even the most experienced fisherman. “Whereas the sea trout is most likely to end up on a plate and are a great beginning fisherman fish,” compares Guy Riordan. A good saltwater fishing charter company will help any experienced level fisherman with their knowledge.

While targeting a particular species, says Guy Riordan, a fisherman can expect to catch other sorts of fish. “Snapper, gag and types of grouper will probably be snagged when fishing off the coast of Florida,”. According to Riordan, it just comes with saltwater fishing that while targeting a particular species, other fish common to the area will be caught.

“I would also suggest selecting a charter company with U.S. Coast Guard approval,” notes Guy Riordan. For the avid outdoorsman, this approval means that safety is ensured. “Even better is finding a fishing charter company where a majority of the captains have attained their Master Captain’s license from the Coast Guard,”.

“On the day of the trip, people need to bring plenty of sunscreen and plenty of water to drink,” cautions Riordan. A hat and polarized sunglasses for the sun and a jacket for the often-quick sea rainstorm is recommended as well. “Safety and protection is first, and then having a great experience is next in the line of priorities,” concludes Guy Riordan.

Guy Riordan has a master’s captain’s license and you can learn more about the adventures of ocean fishing at http://adventurefishing.com.

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Guy Riordan Talks Fishing: What to Expect in Saltwater Fishing

  1. 1. Guy Riordan Talks Fishing: What to Expect in Saltwater FishingThere are numerous types of fish to be caught off the coast of Florida, according to GuyRiordan. “That’s why it is important to choose the right charter adventure,” states GuyRiordan. An avid outdoorsman, Guy Riordan has appeared on nationally syndicatedtelevision shows and is a one time gaming preserve owner.According to Guy Riordan, various charter companies provide different fishingadventures. And what the charter companies can offer, says Guy Riordan, may alsodepend upon the current season. “Take the snook for example,” explains Guy Riordan.“If those are caught in the ‘off season’ from May 1st till September 1st, they have to bereleased.” Many good fishing charter companies will know the good times of year inwhich to catch a particular fish, points out Guy Riordan.As well, adds Guy Riordan, a charter company can educate a novice fisherman on thetypes of fish and what sort of challenge will be given. “Take a tarpon for example, youcannot eat them, but they are known for their fight and huge leaps out of the water,” saysGuy Riordan. A redfish, states Guy Riordan, is another fish known to test even the mostexperienced fisherman. “Whereas the sea trout is most likely to end up on a plate and area great beginning fisherman fish,” compares Guy Riordan. A good saltwater fishingcharter company, reminds Guy Riordan, will help any experienced level fisherman withtheir knowledge.While targeting a particular species, says Guy Riordan, a fisherman can expect to catchother sorts of fish. “Snapper gag and types of grouper will probably be snagged whenfishing off the coast of Florida,” states Guy Riordan. According to Guy Riordan, it justcomes with saltwater fishing that while targeting a particular species, other fish commonto the area will be caught.“I would also suggest selecting a charter company with U.S. Coast Guard approval,”notes Guy Riordan. For the avid outdoorsman, this approval means that safety isensured. “Even better is finding a fishing charter company where a majority of thecaptains have attained their Master Captain’s license from the Coast Guard,” adds GuyRiordan.“On the day of the trip, people need to bring plenty of sunscreen and plenty of water todrink,” cautions Guy Riordan. A hat and polarized sunglasses for the sun and a jacket forthe often-quick sea rainstorm is recommended as well, adds Guy Riordan. “Safety andprotection is first, and then having a great experience is next in the line of priorities,”concludes Guy Riordan.Guy Riordan has a master’s captain’s license and you can learn more about theadventures of ocean fishing at http://adventurefishing.com.
  2. 2. About Guy RiordanIn 1969, Guy Riordan began a life of service as he joined the United Sates Marine Corp.For the next three years of the Vietnam War era, Guy Riordan would serve as crew chieffor Sikorsky helicopters earning the rank of corporal. Following his faithful service inthe Marine Corp, Guy Riordan earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science fromthe University of Albuquerque, graduating Cum Laude. Later, Guy Riordan would attendthe Pepperdine University School of Law.Following Pepperdine, Guy Riordan began working his way through the financial andsecurities industry. From 1982 to 1984, Guy Riordan served clients from his positionwith Quinn and Company, a New York Stock Exchange member firm. In 1984, GuyRiordan joined Raucher, Pierce and Refsnes, later moving to Albuquerque AG Edwardsin 1989. In 1994, Guy Riordan joined the team of Southwest Securities. Beginning in1997, Guy Riordan spent the next decade with First Union/Wachovia Securities, servicingclients in the greater Albuquerque New Mexico area.During this time, Guy Riordan began to pursue another personal passion, boxing. From2002 to 2005 Guy Riordan Boxing promoted some of the biggest names in the sport.Guy Riordan’s boxing client list included three-time world champion Danny Romero andsix-time world champion Johnny Tapia. In addition, Guy Riordan co-promoted NABFheavyweight champion Taurus Sykes. Guy Riordan co-promoted a NABF/NABAheavyweight championship bout between Sykes and heavyweight champion SamuelPeters, featured in 2005 on the Showtime Cable Network. Rounding out his resume ofboxing promotion, Guy Riordan was a co-owner of Maloof Brothers Boxing withSacramento Kings famed Joe and Gavin Maloof.Guy Riordan has always held civic duty as important. As a life long resident ofAlbuquerque, Guy Riordan worked on the Board of Directors for the Hispano Chamberof Commerce. For three years, Guy Riordan also served as a board member for theAlbuquerque Museum Foundation. Guy Riordans life of service would continue into thestate government arena of public service.

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