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July 26, 2016

CALIFORNIA: incredible mako jumps after hooking

Capt. Mark Martin with "San Diego Saltwater Fly Fishing" is no stranger to fishing for makos.

 The mako shark is known for its crazy arial displays after being hooked. This particular shark seems to take that very seriously.


July 23, 2016

VIDEO: incredible hammerhead shark attack close the shore

A video of an hammerhead shark attacking and eating a tarpon close to the shore in Tobago island, is making waves on social media.

July 21, 2016

VIDEO: caught an enormous giant grouper from a paddle board

A great video updated on the Youtube  fishing channel "Chew On This".

Captain Ben Chancey landed a huge fish off the East Coast of Florida from a paddle board.

The giant fish pulled Capt Chancey off of his paddle board and he still crawls back on top of the board and finishes catching the enormous grouper.

AUSTRALIA: monster giant thiger sharks caught from the shore

Josh Butterworth and Jethro Bonnitcha, known as Western Australia's 'shark men', were caught on camera as they struggle to pull the giant shark on to the beach  off the Carnarvon on the north coast.

The two expert fishermen reeled in ten massive tiger sharks from the beach on a four day fishing trip as 'plenty more' lurked in the water only meters from shore.

They used kayaks to set the baited lines around 100 metres from the shore and reeled in the marine predators - some of which were over five metres long - from the sand.

July 17, 2016

VIDEO: musky eats a big duck

This video taken with a mobile phone shows a nice size musky that eats a big duck.


July 14, 2016

WORLD RECORD: caught the gar alligator men’s 80 lb line class record

Angler Cory J. Witte of Joplin, Missouri, USA caught and released this potential new world record alligator gar (Atractosteus spatula) on June 18th, while fishing the Trinity River in Texas, USA with local guide Bubba Bedre.

The 60.33 kg (133 lb) fish was landed in 20 minutes after taking the carp Witte was using for bait. Once landed, the fish was quickly documented, weighed, and released alive. If approved, the catch will earn Witte the new men’s 37 kg (80 lb) line class world record, which currently stands at 53.07 kg (117 lb).

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