Josh and Dr. Robert Borrego headed offshore to a shallow water wreck on the east coast of Florida. Josh started off playing with a large congregation of monster bull sharks. Several cobia came up with the sharks. Josh hooked one of the cobia and fought it for several minutes. The cobia was being chased by a bull shark. Josh tightened the drag and palmed the spool, breaking off the cobia. Shortly after the goliath groupers showed up. Josh tossed a bait in the water and hooked up to the first goliath grouper. The fish fought very hard! After a struggle, the 200lb+ goliath grouper was boat side. The hook was removed and the grouper was quickly released. Josh started playing with the groupers and a monster goliath attacked the bonito on the rope (probably over 500lbs)! Josh and Borrego dropped a huge piece of amberjack in the water and hooked up to another monster goliath grouper. This fish pulled some serious drag! Josh managed to get the goliath to the boat. The fish was quickly released.
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Shark gets Sharked! Florida saltwater monster Bull Shark fishing in Everglades National Park in this gopro video. Darcie hooks up to a big bull shark, gets out of position and is taken for a ride. Then the shark gets chased and eaten by bigger sharks, incredible footage and action.
I was hunting tarpon, so I had the big tackle with me. There were no silver kings around, so I went after a shark instead. The manatee getting involved was totally unexpected. Turned out to be a good lesson on fighting big fish.
One of the best spots for ocean shoreline fishing in South East Florida is the Fort Pierce Inlet South Jetty which offers anglers a variety of opportunities to catch everything from Snook & Redfish to Spanish Mack's & Grouper. You can fish the inlet side with it's rocky bottom and fast moving tidal currents or the beach side with it's flat sandy bottom where the Flounder hang out. Plus the surf fishing is really good too especially in the corner at first light. You never know you just might even catch a shark !!
We went to Sebastian Inlet to catch some sharks. We were fishing the outgoing tide and had some ladyfish for bait. We tied a float (water bottle) to the bait and tossed it into the current. The current carried the bait to the spot where the sharks were. It took only a few minutes to hook this bull shark. Jahorace Epps helped film this video.
Bait Used --- Ladyfish
Hooks --- 18/0 Lindgren Pitman Circle Hook
Leader --- 6ft of #19 wire
Swivels --- 500lb Rosco Crane Swivel
Reel --- Avet 80
Line --- 200lb mono topshot with 130lb Diamond Momoi braid backing.
Rod --- Custom Barrett Rod