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December 17, 2014

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC: underwater marlin dredge footage

A great underwater dredge footage of hungry blue marlin from "Fishtank Sportfishing" in the Dominican Republic.

VIDEO: nightime walleye fishing

Joel Nelson of "In Depth Outdoors TV" joins host James Holst on Leech Lake in Northern Minnesota for after dark walleyes.

December 05, 2014

VIDEO: Schools of sails and tuna caught on a dredge cam

New technology like the "GoPro" camera and "TrollPro" housing are helping anglers catch some amazing footage these days. This video provides a perfect example of it.

you can see this exciting footage of schools of sails, amberjacks, and tuna all captured off Isla Mujeres, Mexico on board the "Blue Moon".

December 03, 2014

VIDEO: pike over 25 lb caught from a kayak

This is a film of a huge Northern Pike of over 25 lb - 13.1 kg striking a Wolfcreek Shad Lure under water.

This video was shot in a unknown lake in Sweden, Northern Europe. In it you can see a great underwater footage.

WORLD RECORDS: hot catches December 2014


The remote Christmas Island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean is one of the few places in the world where anglers can target triggerfish on flats. Singaporean angler Pang Kim Lock took advantage of this opportunity, and set the potential new All-Tackle record for yellowmargin triggerfish (Pseudobalistes flavimarginatus) with a 5.61 kg (12 lb 6 oz) fish he caught on November 5th. Lock needed 21 minutes to land the stubborn fish, which he released alive after it was properly documented. The current record is 2.75 kg (6 lb 1 oz).

For nearly 40 years, the women’s 24 kg (50 lb) line class record for black marlin (Istiompax indica) has belonged to Kay Mulholland and the 396.44 kg (874 lb) fish she caught on October 16, 1976. However, on October 30th, American angler Stephanie Osgood Choate potentially broke the longstanding record with a massive 504 kg (1111 lb 1 oz) black she caught aboard the Top Shot, captained by Ross Finlayson. Choate, an experienced angler, needed two hours to subdue the fish after it inhaled the scaley mackerel they were trolling just off Ribbon Reef #10 – a section of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef.

While trolling a diving plug from his kayak in Australia’s famed Lake Tinaroo, angler Peter Hart hooked into a bruiser of a barramundi (Lates calcarifer) that could potentially earn him the new men’s 8 kg (16 lb) line class world record. Hart needed approximately 10 minutes to land the 33.7 kg (74 lb 4 oz) barra, which bests the current record by nearly 4.5 kg (10 lb).

December 01, 2014

TEXAS: huge 13 feet hammerhead shark from the shore

Fishing with Team Pelagic's Eric "OZ" Ozolins on a strategic shark-tagging mission, angler Scott Nelson fought the massive 13' 3" shark throughout the entirety of the night, all on foot from the sand.

The giant shark seems to be one of the largest sharks ever landed from shore on the Texas coast.

Oz works closely with local university and research institutes to provide valuable biological studies on these amazing creatures, releasing 99% of all healthy, surf-caught sharks after measurement and documentation.

November 30, 2014

VIDEO: Underwater Bass Strikes

A totally waterproof camera takes the fisherman underwater to see the life in the eyes of a largemouth bass.

You can learned a lot from filming with this about how bass react to  lures and what the structure at the bottom of the lake looks like.

November 29, 2014

SENEGAL: monster 1173 lb blue marlin caught

During the annual "Marlin World Cup" Tournament held off Dakar in Sengal (West Africa) a monster size blue marlin was caught.

Fishing friends  Jean-Robin and Eric had fought the huge fish for more than  70 minute battle on 80 lb line.  This fish was weighed in at 1173 lbs - 531 kilos.

This was during a Catch and Release tournament however this fish sadly died during the fight.

During the tournament two more equally large fish were also lost !!

See more monster size blue marlin images at: Big Fishes of the World  web site.

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