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Epic rainy day on the Indian River Lagoon in Florida, catching snook, redfish and trout.
Hammerhead Shark Stalks us in Kayak Offshore
Huge Hammerhead shark follows us for 2 miles off the coast of South Florida continuously bumping our kayaks.
Striper Fishing in Maine
Launching out of the Saco River in Biddeford, Maine, we caught some stripers in the backdrop of some beautiful scenery, with Big Fisherman Charters.
Offshore Kayak Fishing -
Triple Hookup Catching Schooling Redfish in Kayak
Great day on the water, running into an aggressive feeding school of redfish!
No Motor Zone
My friend Danny Cabo & I met up with friend and guide Dee Kaminski of ReelKayakFishing.com for some trout and redfish action and the weather cooperated to a point. The following day I went out for a 12 mile solo paddle and had one of my best days yet. No one would probably believe me, but I got it on film. Enjoy!
Sight Fishing Snook and Redfish
Searching for the inshore slam, came upon a snook and a few reds sitting on a stingray, all sight casted with a topwater Zara Spook Jr. Enjoy!
Talking about matching the hatch....WOW! Epic catch on a hot bite last night! We noticed this one snook patrolling a light and would not touch our lures and would quickly turn away. After swatting a cicada bug away from us and into the water, we immediately heard a "gulp"! Dumbfounded we caught and threw a few more in to watch this snook swim under it, carefully analyze it, then suck it down. Amazed, we finally figured out to pull a hook off a lure and use it to put a cicada on! After watching the snook analyze our offer he turned away a few times because it wasn't "natural" enough, seeing our line etc. Finally, we hooked a cicada in the right spot to keep him alive and buzzing, and dropped him in the shadow line. Fortunately I recorded with having a good feeling this was our turn...watching closely I saw a pair of red "wolf like" eyes approach and once again analyzedour offer for a second, realizing it was the real deal, and slurped it up literally at our feet. What an awesome catch! Get out and study fish feeding patterns, you'll learn a lot!!
Offshore Kayak Action
14 Blackfin and 3 skipjack Tuna taken off Boynton Beach, FL 10.10.12
Video courtesy of www.tckayakfishing.com