Made a little day trip to hit a beautiful stream that is rumored to hold some GIANT brown trout. Upon arrival, it was painful to see them tucked up under a tree branch...laughing at me as I hurled my sparkly eggs. While the big browns swerved me, I did catch a ton of fish including an unexpected species while fishing this little creek.
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Nice rainbow trout on light tackle using a soft minnow bait. Video shows how to identify where to fish and where not to fish. Fish released quickly unharmed. Using barbless hook. www.BestTroutLures.com
17:53 is really the beginning of the part you want to see, but this whole video has some decent content if you watch the whole thing but yea go ahead and click to the end and watch me flail through the waves.
Video is a couple weeks old.... got to the beach with kayak in tow right after sunrise, drove around looking for 50lb stripers leaping out of the water but instead saw a whole lot of nothing.. drove around with Tenzin for a little while searching for any sign of life worth launching the kayaks for... found the fleet and I scouted it out from the beach.. It didnt look to promising.. Romo and Mike arrived.. we got out into the ocean a little before 9am... penetrated the fleet and found they were working a huge school of peanut bunker with very few fish on them, didn't see anyone hook up or any bait spraying, a couple hours passed, the fleet disappeared, started finding little pieces of life here and there, Romo got a nice Bluefish, there were some 24"-30" Bass working some peanuts in tight... it was basically dead all over out there
That was insane…Although I was never able to connect with a barracuda it was just enough to see these gnarly fish in their element. As a freshwater angler these past few days have been such an eye opener and moving experience. It is a WHOLE other world down here in Florida. I hope you guys are enjoying these Florida vlogs…as always, keep fishing NEVER stop! —Young Plugg
Most unreal fishing day of my entire life with Saltwater OG’s Ben Chancey and Josh from BlackTipH. Between watching a freakin bonito blow up on a frog and giant dinosaurs thrash around on the beach I was pretty overwhelmed with the first full day here in Southern Florida. Huge shoutout to Ben for taking us out on his rig and showing us the ways of the oceans. --Young Plugg
Fish species Caught: - Goliath Grouper - Sawfish (we were not targeting sawfish, it was accidentally hooked while shark fishing) - Bonito - Blue Runners - Lady Fish - Jack Crevalle - Spanish Mackerel
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.
If you've got an iPhone that's destroyed beyond repair, why not use it as a fishing lure!? It just might work!
We've been apart of some crazy stuff in our time on YouTube but this was up there as the craziest thing we've seen! As you can see, this ~5kg (11lb) fish was safely released to fight another day. If the fish is reading this, thanks mate for guest starring in our video, you're awesome!
This video was filmed in the South-West of Western Australia, which is an amazing part of the world.
This 450 pound black marlin was caught off Cairns, Australia. After about 22 minutes it panicks and goes down deep, where the sharks live. Big mistake. At least we got to keep the Bill! As for the size, its the Captain who makes the call, not me. Barry Cross (skip) estimated it to be around 450lbs, so thats what i go with even though i might agree with some that its closer to 350 than 450. For a reference, at the end of the video when i'm holding the head, i'm 6'4". It might also be helpful to know that the boat is 65ft long and has a beam (width) of 17.5ft. Comments have been disabled after the Internet Trolls with no clue as to what game fishing is all about started dropping one liners. Educate yourself before you opinionize kids. Go to www.mvjoejoe.com for more info on the awesome boat! There is a professional DVD out with this footage on it, go to www.bransfords.com.au to buy.
[Reuploaded for Solving Music Copyrights Infringements] The History: A sport-fishing boat off the coast of Panama capsized last Thursday after someone aboard the boat snagged a gigantic black marlin. Photos of the ordeal posted to Facebook make it seem as though the monstrous fish sank the boat as it was being reeled aboard. According to Marlin Magazine, which obtained the epic pics and uploaded them to Facebook, the fish didn't actually play a role in sinking the boat, though the boat did eventually end up on the bottom of the ocean. Instead, the captain had been "backing down" on the fish, a practice where the boat is put in reverse to help reel in line. A large wave overtook the stern, upsetting the captain's balance, which caused him to slip backwards and accidentally hit the throttle into full reverse. This rapid movement in reverse ended up swamping the yacht and sinking it. A person claiming to be a spokesman for the boat manufacturer, Strike Yachts, took to boating forum The Hull Truth to offer a similar take on the incident: Direct from Panama I was told that the sea conditions
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.
Bass fishing in ponds can be on of the best ways to catch a trophy sizes largemouth bass! I get asked on a daily basis what my favorite baits to use when I'm fishing ponds, so here it is! My top 5 favorite pond fishing baits to catch bass!
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Video by Sin City Outdoors. We fished a small lake in Nevada for Largemouth Bass and Bluegills. We caught tons of fish and had a blast. We released all Bass and kept about 15 Bluegills. We heard about this lake through a Subscriber who asked for us to keep the lake a secret. If you know what lake it is.... please respect his request. I'll See You Outdoors!
Intense Florida offshore saltwater fishing gopro video action when Darcie aka Darcizzle Offshore teams up with Boatsetter.com and lands a big WAHOO while live bait fishing in Boynton Beach, Florida. Darcie let out a medium size goggle eye live bait on a Mustad hook and wire trace. While letting the bait out this wahoo inhales it and keeps running. Watch Darcie fight the fish all around the Boatsetter.com boat and the fish is finally landed with a Marsh Tacky Carbon fiber gaff shot.
These fish go CRAZY (and on the underwater fish-cam!!) from the moment we started filming this episode of the Got Bait? fishing series. It's usually bait versus lures in hand-to-hand fishing combat, but in this episode, it's just plain fishing insanity. The mahi-mahi go absolutely berserk, attacking baits, jumping out of the water, and even trying to eat one of the cameras. Just wait until you see what I’m talking about with your own eyes, people—there's some shocking footage, in this one! Oh, yeah - and we also learn some cool bailing techniques from Capt. Larry Golden, get into rigging for dolphinfish, and learn about their migration patterns.
Published on Jun 21, 2016Youtube Video by BlacktipH
In this episode of BlacktipH, Josh is joined once again by NFL star linebacker Sam Barrington from the Green Bay Packers to go fishing for monster goliath groupers off the coast of Florida. We started off the day catching bonito (false albacore) for bait. After catching half a dozen albies for bait, Sam was ready to start goliath grouper fishing. Sam hooked up to his first goliath grouper and immediately got yanked forward. After an intense short fight, Sam Barrington landed his first goliath grouper. The day ended with Sam catching four goliath groupers. Sam's friends Johan and Richard both caught a goliath grouper, adding up a total of six goliath groupers for the day.
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BlacktipH Fishing brings you some of the most exciting fishing videos on the web. Our host, Josh Jorgensen, is an extreme angler who has an adrenaline seeking appetite for monster fish! Whether it's catching monster
Published on Jun 15, 2016Youtube Video by Samuel and Audrey
As part of our adventure in the Peruvian Amazon we had the opportunity to go piranha fishing. Neither of us was particularily skilled at catching piraña - especially compared to our two guides who caught many. Come find out if we were successful or not catching them ourselves.
Published on Jun 19, 2016Youtube Video by j0j0barz33
The LAST and final day of our Wisconsin excursion Ft. Apbassin, Andrew Flair, and that one guy Chris. I hope you all enjoyed this 5 part series. If you are reading this and want me to do more (or less) vlog series like this let me know! Like I've said in the past your feedback is golden and I love hearing everyones input. Thanks for watching and as always...keep fishing, never stop! --Young Plugg
12:22 Got Stung By a Stingray 13:35 First Striper 18:16 Bigger Striper, caught by snagging a rig in the stripers mouth! 25:42 Stingray Barb Extraction
This was a Surf Drum mission gone wrong, we drove many hours south to dead end where we launched our Kayaks and Paddled over to Island X, which is on the East Coast, USA. From there we Pulled and Pushed a Kayak full of gear 2+ miles down the beach before setting up for the day, after a few hours at the first spot things were looking dismal so we packed up and moved down the beach where Matt was pretty sure there would be some fish. Sure enough, we caught some nice fish, 2 nice Stripers 30lbs+, one of which was caught by the skin of
It could be worth up to $ 2million, make 2,875 sandwiches, and has been hailed a 'Picasso of the sea'... but Donna Pascoe wants to stuff her record-breaking tuna catch and hang it on her wall. The game fisherwoman battled for more than four hours the 411.6kg (64 stone) Pacific bluefin before finally reeling in the high-speed leviathan - thought to be the largest ever caught with a rod and line.
She hooked the fish - which is twice the size of a tuna sold at a Japanese auction last year for $1.09million - using a 60lb line near the Three Kings Islands off Cape Reinga of New Zealand.
The experienced angler first suspected something fishy was going on when her line began to tug.
'The line was peeling out like it was attached to a freight train,' said
WAIT TILL YOU SEE THE SIZE OF THIS FISH. Me and my buddies where fishing and this Monster sturgeon jumps half way into the boat, hits my buddy and falls back into the water. Then the 5 pound sinker comes out of the water and hits the side of the boat. Scared the crap out of us. By far the biggest sturgeon I have ever caught or seen on ANY fishing show for that matter. This fish is as big if not bigger then any sturgeon on YouTube. I just wish we would have thought to drive it to he shore or stretch it out but we were so shook up. You can compare these http://youtu.be/V4hqOyA_lqU with this one and you will see there is
After ten years of flounder fishing I finally hit a 10 lber in a south Jersey back bay. The fish hit a 1 oz glow spro bucktail tipped with a bluefish strip. I gently roped the fish so I could measure it and get pictures. The fish was very strong at release and is still swimming for someone else to catch.