SURF FISHING for STRIPED BASS with LIGHT TACKLE,,,(Using a Dobyns Rod and a GoPro HD Helmet Camera)

Posted by Lauren Yanez on Jan 21, 2012

Hello everybody,,,

This season I decided to use light tackle on the surf for striped bass and after a lot of research I chose the Dobyns DX783 SF rod,,,,,I had “so much fun” using this rod on the surf and I also used this rod in the Delta and in the San Francisco Bay and will post more videos in the near future so “SUBSCRIBE NOW”…

All of my videos were shot with my GoPro HD Hero Helmet Camera…

On this video some of my friends and I catch a bunch of striped bass on the surf,,,I personally caught three striped bass on this day “but” ended up releasing one so that I could keep fishing and the two that I ended up keeping I ended up giving them away to my friends on the beach that did not end up catching one on that day!!!,,,All that I needed was the videos and some pictures!!!,,,,To be fare the two fish that I kept that day each went to a different friend,,,,This was an “AWESOME” day of fishing…

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“SURF FISHING” for “STRIPED BASS” on a California Beach,,,((From A Fisherman’s Point Of View))

Posted by Lauren Yanez on May 23, 2011

On this video I catch a striped bass on the beach off the coast of Northern California,,,,,,I also added music from The Glinch Mob – Animus Vox,,,,,,”This song was in my head when I was catching this fish”,,,”haahaa”,,,,”Good music and a nice catch”,,,,That’s what it’s all about,,,”"having fun”"…

I do not own any copy rights to this song and only used this song as a promo for the glinch mob because they have some good music.

I hope that you all enjoy this fishing video and the music too!!!,,,,,”Peace Always” from: SharkMan650

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Surf Fishing Padre Island National Seashore (PINS)

Posted by Lauren Yanez on Feb 20, 2011

Texas Salt Shorts Episode 1 -

This video tells a little about the park and what to expect when you go out there. Also note the GPS coordinates below. This is where this video was taken.

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Scawfell Island Weekend with Mackay Gamefishing Club

Posted by Lauren Yanez on Sep 29, 2010
The Mackay Game fishing club had organised a social fishing and camping weekend for Scawfell Island, A large island 25 nautical miles from Mackay with a beautiful protected anchorage called Refuge Bay. Scawfell I believe is one of Mackay’s best kept secret, Beautiful sheltered beaches, great fishing on the shoals out the front, and awesome fringing coral reefs. Scawfell Island is a great place for a weekend, and even camping facilities for those without a bigger boat.
Sorry about the wind noise, but definately a choppy day and fishing in Marginal conditions, although the fishing was worthwhile, with some great fish caught and lost. I had a fish for a change and got some nice Nannygai with the best about 8 kilo’s, and managed to fill the esky. The highlight for me was a great 5 way hookup with three quality Nannygai, and a horse Grassy sweetlip and coral trout.
Scawfell Island is definately a must on the must visit list, and easily accessable with most trailer boats.
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Cheers Greg
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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.

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Going To Work! Giant Goliath Grouper Jewfish Chew On This

Posted by Lauren Yanez on Apr 4, 2010

Chew On This Tshirts Watch Captain Ben Chancey of the “Chew On This” Saltwater Fishing Show battle the largest fish of his life while nearly getting pulled overboard. His rod snaps in two and he has to land the fish by hand. The Goliath he lands is nearly 8 foot long and an estimated 600 pounds.

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