Originally Published on Sep 30, 2016 PART 2/2: On this episode we are headed into Montauk, New York to find out why it is called the “Surf Fishing Capital” and to hopefully hook up on some legendary fish. Our goal is to find and locate the giant fish that migrate through the area. However there is a challenge. We have never done anything like this before! Will we be able to find a legendary fish at Montauk, NY? Well you’ll just have to watch and find out! Get ready for some seriously EPIC fishing adventures. WATCH PART 1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-d1mR… The [More]
Originally Published on Sep 23, 2016 PART 1/2: On this episode we are headed into Montauk, New York to find out why it is called the “Surf Fishing Capital” and to hopefully hook up on some legendary fish. Our goal is to find and locate the giant fish that migrate through the area. However there is a challenge. We have never done anything like this before! Will we be able to find a legendary fish at Montauk, NY? Well you’ll just have to watch and find out! Get ready for some seriously EPIC fishing adventures. WATCH PART 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=URUUP… The [More]
Originally Published on Sep 29, 2016 This was the afternoon from the morning I Albie fished, I was actually on my way home at noon and realized I was walking away from something good so I turned around, put my waders back on, and went for a longgg walk down a deserted NJ beach. I was hoping to catch Albies again but knew there’d be some bass potential so after seeing there were no Albies I threw the popper. What I was not expecting to happen happened, the bass were piled up into the end of a trough tight to [More]
Originally Published on May 21, 2016 Sandy Hook NJ 5-16-16. Surf fishing. Topwater. Double on one plug.
Originally Published on May 12, 2016 Decided to hit up Staten Island, I usually don’t like to head out over there because its far and also because of the crazy $16 toll!!! I put that all aside and went for it and it really paid off!!! Had action all day. hope you guys enjoy Please like, comment and subscribe Brooklyn Fishing Club Link: http://www.brooklynfishingclub.com/
Originally Published on Jan 3, 2016 Video is from the afternoon of Saturday Jan 2, 2015, launched the kayak, met up with friends, picked a couple fish up over the course of the day. I ended up with a nice Bluefish and a couple Striped Bass, missing a few others. At dusk the herring got real frisky and at times were swimming onto shore chasing 1/4″ baitfish. At the very last hint of daylight I got a bite on a live Herring and landed my first fish from the Beach in 2016, a fat 31″ Striper. Make sure to check [More]
Originally Published on Dec 1, 2015 2 fish caught on 1 lure at 7:58 BlacktipH’s channel! https://www.youtube.com/user/BlacktipH Check out my other saltwater fishing vids! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list… Lures Used: Yo-Zuri Hydro Popper (1.5 ounces, red head) Rod/Reel/Line used: Abu Garcia Orra Inshore (7:1:1 – 30 lb suffix 832 braid, 40 lb bullbuster fluorocarbon leader) with a BPS extreme 3-piece travel rod (6’6″ mh/fast) GOOGAN definition: A fishing (not sexual) term for lowlife, shore(bank) fishermen who baitfish typically without a license, regard to regulations, and etiquette towards other people, especially other fishermen following the rules. Location: Florida Date: October 21st, 2015 Primary Pattern: [More]
Originally Published on May 10, 2015 Slaying bluefish in the surf with the crew. Topwater action at its finest. Fish up to 20 lbs. These monsters have invaded our front and backwaters for almost 3 weeks now and still going strong. The local veteran surfcasters are claiming this is the best bluefish bite in 25 years. Footage captured by a GoPro Hero 3+ Black via Chesty mount. Soundtrack: Rage Against the Machine – Bombtrack, Freedom, Bullet in the Head PS: My editing sucks. 🙂
Originally Published on Sep 6, 2015 Junior Surfcaster hooks and lands a large bluefish at Montauk State Park , NY . We love seeing young anglers, who are the future of our sport in action. Congrats to the angler and his parents for encouraging his passion
Originally Published on May 9, 2015 Catching bluefish from the beach using bunker chunks with an incoming tide. They’re good-eating… but fish mainly for sport. Rod: 10′ Ugly Stik MH power Reel: Penn Spinfisher V 6500 spooled with 40lb braid
Originally Published on May 3, 2015 Not a single snapper or cocktail blues here, we’re talking big bruisers! Clip is just a sample of what kind of day we had. Dozens upon dozens. One of the most memorable spring bluefish invasion NJ has seen in decades. They were in thick, anyone lucky enough to fish the region were rewarded with Chopper Blues 10 lbs – near 20 lbs. The day of this video- not a single blue under 10 lbs was seen or landed. Hopefully my fishing friends in NY will soon experience the invasion as well. My setup was [More]
Originally Published on May 4, 2015 Catching blues on poppers at Lewes Beach