Originally Published on Nov 14, 2014 November 2014 Surf Fishing Trip to Davis Island.
Originally Published on Jun 5, 2014 Fishing Sandy Hook catching Stripers and Bluefish Thanks for watching
Originally Published on Oct 28, 2014 Fishing Cape Hatteras Ramp 44, just south side of the Point. Great Bluefish bite on metal for about an hour then puppy Drum moved in for about another hour. Between 30-40 puppy drum were caught along the entire point during this time. Fish were being drug on the beach up and down as far as you could see. Good day fishing.
Originally Published on Aug 1, 2012 Fellow fisherman and buddy Hicham hooking and landing a 20 + lbs monster blue fish…
Originally Published on May 21, 2014 Kayak fishing for Blue fish
Originally Published on Dec 21, 2013 Did some fishing on December 23, 2013 and found a big school of bluefish really close to the shore. In the video the dark blue water is the school. Probably thousands of fish in that one spot. We caught around 30 bluefish before calling it quits. It was an awesome day of fishing. [Admin: Not sure how you can catch fish on video two days after you post the video, but…]
Originally Published on Aug 29, 2012 Sorry for some of the audio. Hope you guys enjoys this surf fishing video!
Originally Published on May 15, 2014 Surf casting for blues. Every cast was a hit or a fish. All day long.
Originally Published on May 23, 2014 Some nice bluefish taken off a jetty on Long Island, NY, May 18, 2014.
Originally Published on Apr 20, 2014 Learn more about this video at http://bit.ly/1617c0p including recommended tackle at http://bit.ly/160L6vc from Northeast Angling (http://neangling.com). Free saltwater fishing video, tips and techniques, fishing spots, destinations, news, fishing reports, product reviews. and much more! In this video: Andy and Rich hook up with Fisherman publisher Fred Golofaro and spend the day experiencing the fall bite in the surf on the south fork of Long Island.
Originally Published on Apr 25, 2014 Fishing the Atlantic Ocean south of Ponte Vedra Beach, FL. Remote, natural setting is perfect for getting away from it all and catching lots of northerly migrating fish species.
Originally Published on May 3, 2014 Kayak fishing for bluefish with live bunker out of Sea Girt, NJ. This was the very first bluefish I ever caught and it was from my kayak. I wasn’t prepared at all. All I had with me was my trout net. I couldn’t even fit half his body in the net so I had to scoop him into the boat with it. Then, there was no room for him. So he and his mouth of teeth laid there right between my two legs.