Giant Bluefin Tuna Fishing

Posted by Lauren Yanez on Jun 28, 2010

Second to None Charters – Morehead City, North Carolina
Check out SportFishermen.com for more fishing info and videos.

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Surf Fishing Leopard Shark

Posted by Lauren Yanez on Jun 28, 2010

So. Cal Surf fishing

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Bonita Boils! Chew On This Saltwater Fishing Show Videos

Posted by Lauren Yanez on Jun 28, 2010

Capt. Ben Chancey tangles with a bonita off the East Coast of Hutchinson Island, FL. http://chewonthis.tv/rates.html

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Fly Fishing for Tuna in Key West – the ultimate challenge

Posted by Lauren Yanez on Jun 27, 2010

http://www.saltwaterangler.com/
Capt. Tony Murphy takes us on the adventure of a lifetime…saltwater fly fishing for blackfin tuna just off the coast of Key West in the Florida Keys.

Duration : 1 min 42 sec

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fishing on rocks .avi

Posted by Lauren Yanez on Jun 27, 2010

Over processed video of guy fishing on rocks

Duration : 6 min 27 sec

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Salmon Fishing Trip to BC!

Posted by Lauren Yanez on Jun 27, 2010

www.salmoneye.net Salmon fishing trip to Vancouver Island BC in July of 2009. Salmon fishing here is second to none! No need to go to a fishing resort! This trip was in Ucluelet, on the west side of the island.

Duration : 6 min 18 sec

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Canyon Tuna Fishing – NJ – Need gear advice!?

Posted by Lauren Yanez on Jun 26, 2010

I’m going to my first canyon tuna fishing trip (for Yellowfin, Longfin, Bigeye Tuna, Swordfish, and Mahi) in NJ. I prefer to buy my own gear however found some sets to be in the $1000 range. The Skipper says 80 lb class tackle is needed. So I went on eBay and found this rod (http://cgi.ebay.com/Har-Lee-Stand-Up-Big-Game-Tuna-Fishing-Rod-50-100lb-New_W0QQitemZ350098825231QQcmdZViewItem?hash=item350098825231&_trkparms=72%3A1163%7C39%3A1%7C66%3A2%7C65%3A12%7C240%3A1318&_trksid=p3286.c0.m14) and this reel (http://cgi.ebay.com/Shimano-TLD-2-Speed-50L-R-SA-Big-Game-Fishing-Reel-New_W0QQitemZ290261051959QQihZ019QQcategoryZ36162QQtcZphotoQQcmdZViewItemQQ_trksidZp1742.m153.l1262).

This it’s a good choice if I throw on some 50 to 80 lb test? Thanks in advance!

The rod lower medium and the reel is upper poor.You will die from such slow reel when a big fish over 40 lb hooked up.Try anything/brands for rods within 130 to 180 or just say under 200.Reels shoulb be within 150 to 220.Go to local tackle to review their point of view.gd luck.


What types of lures work good for surf fishing of the Maryland coast?

Posted by Lauren Yanez on Jun 26, 2010

I would appreciate suggestions on colors, size, types (spoons, plugs, etc), top water, diving…Thanks!

I live in Maryland and have surf fished here my entire life. There are very few lures that will work if you are surf fishing. Surf fishing in this area is done 99% of the time with some type of live cut bait, shinners (minnows)cut squid,grass shrimp, sml crabs. Because of the waves and strong current spoons and jigs just don’t attract the fish to bite. Here we use the live bait, bottom fish using pretty heavy lead weights
If you are fishing from a boat along the shoreline thats another story. Surgical tubing rigged with hooks in bright colors works the best for Rockfish,Sea Trout and Bluefish. Toni Asetta Spoons that are highly polished silver with a brite trailer feather also work well. Some diving plugs will work occasionally, but again…live bait rules!


how, i am just getting into saltwater fishing, how do i string fish with a fish stringer?

Posted by Lauren Yanez on Jun 26, 2010

how, i am just getting into saltwater fishing, how do i string fish with a fish stringer?

i see the straight needle like end of the string, then all up and down the string there are "rings" that open, how do i attach fish to these, and since i am fishing in the gulf, is it safe to just string the fish and let them swim freely until i leave?

What you have there is a stringer with very large "snaps " on them.
It’s usually metal ( like a cheap chain) but I have seen them modified by using rope of some sort. The snaps are either made with plastic or metal. Then you have the original stringer; a long rope with a looped metal on one end and a sharp shaft on the other…these are called "mill run" stringers.
By your question, it sounds like you have a modified mill run with snaps on it. What you want to do is open the snaps, insert the pointed end of the snap into the lower jaw (from underneath) and pull it out the mouth of the fish. Close the snap. Never go througth the gills, the fish will die fast and you may want to throw out the shorties while fishing for bigger ones. The idea of the pointed end (the shaft) is to insert it into the ground and then you can continue fishing. This holds true but past experience has taught me to place a large rock or something heavy on top of the shaft while it’s in the ground. Hope that helps. Good luck catchin’.


Fishing Tuna Tahitian Style in Maupiti, Polynesia

Posted by Lauren Yanez on Jun 24, 2010

Fishing for food remains a way of life for islanders of Tahiti, French Polynesia. Music by Pan Sonic (Finland). Thanks to friends Vetea, Vaiatea, Hiro, Ingrid, and Dawn Domingo at pension Tautiare. Dawn's contact: http://www.maupitiisland.com/tautiare/

Duration : 7 min 19 sec

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