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 Nov 11, 2014 After letting the bad weather past, and wait for calm seas finally on Saturday, November 8 me and couple friends decided to go out to a new adventure. We stopped by the bait store around 5am and by 6:15am we were already on the water.  Five minute after I put my first bait on the water boom!!!  Got hit, drag start screaming, Wahoo on the deck…. an hour later, in 260 ft, I put a pilchard out, got hit again…Mahi!! Another hour past by and I decided to do some jigging.  First cast…Kingfish on! [More]
Originally Uploaded on Jul 29, 2011 Fishing the 400 fathom line out of Honokohau Harbor in Kailua-Kona on the Big Island of Hawaii. Very fortunate to get one, but sad to land only one Mahimahi out of the forty or so that were under my kayak.
Originally Published on Nov 5, 2014 Sight Casting some tailing reds on my kayak. Some people complained about music so here is an upload without it, let me know what you guys think. Click “SEE MORE” to see my setup.
Originally Published on Oct 29, 2013 This video is about Drum Blitz Oct 28, 2013 – Outer Banks NC A large school of Red Drum moved off the beach of the Outer Banks North Carolina on 10/28/2013.  Anglers Matt Lusk and Dave Lusk launched Hobie Kayaks and caught them on bucktails. Thanks for watching!
Originally Published on Dec 22, 2012 I caught this big Bass in December 2012. She was 46″ and had to be at least 40 lbs. After I hooked her, except for a short pause in the beginning, she ran off line for just over a full minute. Crazy!! That gave me plenty of time to deal with my second rod.
Originally Published on May 21, 2014 Kayak fishing for Blue fish
Originally Published on Jan 27, 2013 A monster day while fishing an early January 2013 day in West Galveston Bay from the seat of my Hobie Outback.
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.
Originally Published on Apr 21, 2012 Trolling and catching a smoker king mackerel off the beach in Navarre Florida. UPDATE Feb 2014!! In light of all the great questions and comments I’ve gotten from this video here is some advice to all you current or would be kayak anglers out there. You don’t have to go miles out into the water to catch big fish! Tons of fish can be caught close to shore. I’ve seen everything from Sailfish to Tuna caught within 2 miles of shore. Get out there and start trolling! Here is what I do and it [More]
Originally Published on Apr 22, 2013 My friend and I planned to fish CBBT (Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel) or Kiptopeke for tautog (tog). Unfortunately small craft warning was issued until 1pm. So we decided to fish Rudee Inlet first until the wind would subside. But the small craft warning was continuously issued throughout the weekend We fished Rudee Inlet for speck and red. Surprisingly, bluefish had arrived. Later in the afternoon, we went out to the Inlet to see how rough the ocean was. The ocean was still rough. Because the rock-pile jetties might hold tautog, we also fished for [More]
Originally Published on Nov 9, 2013 105 pound Black Marlin hooked and landed by Rob Wong Yuen on the Big Island of Hawaii from his OCEAN KAYAK Trident 15 Angler, using PENN gear and KNOT2KINKY wire from AQUATEKO. All kayak accessories are from HOOK1 Kayak Fishing Gear! Please share, like and subscribe. More Epic vids coming out soon!  Thank You for watching! Aloha Interested in a guided extreme kayak fishing tour on the Big Island of Hawaii? Contact extreme808kayak@gmail.com for more info. . Mahalo Nui to all for the support…HOE WA’A HAWAI’I – Paddle Hard!!! Check out my sponsors here: [More]