Originally Published on Feb 17, 2014 We were fishing Huntington Beach State Park, South Carolina, in May 2013, when something picked up Chris’ bait. The fish was de-hooked and released unharmed. Tackle used was a Penn Senator 6/0, Penn Mariner 20-50 standup rod, 50 lb Bullbuster mono mainline with 100 yards of 80 lb Topshot, 12 feet of weed eater line, 250 lb steel cable leader and a 16/0 Mustad circle hook.
Originally Published on Apr 15, 2013 This guy caught a 25-Pound Cobia off Navarre Pier using ultralight tackle and 8 LB test line with a Gotcha Plug.  This fight lasted over an hour.
Originally Published on Apr 8, 2013 Pensacola Beach Pier – An amazing day with FIVE nice Cobia hooked up at the same time!
Originally Published on Aug 17, 2012 While fishing for Spanish Mackerel I hooked a 48 inch 35.5 Lbs Cobia caught on Gotcha Plug, Light Tackle!! GREAT FIGHT!  
Originally Published on Nov 1, 2012 Went out Pier fishing with some buddies and we hooked into a bunch of Bonitos using a bubble rig and a McDonald’s straw as bait…  Thanks.
Originally Published on Jun 23, 2013 Ola’s catch, June 13,  2013.  12lb test line while catching bait – 34 lbs ULUA!!!
Originally Published on May 28, 2013 Frank is patient and does a nice job bringing this nice sized Cobia to gaff!  
Originally Uploaded on Jan 24, 2011 Catching a Barracuda…a rare catch in NC
Originally Published on Jun 12, 2013 A fishing trip that went incredibly right. Every once in a while you hear about someone landing a big one on light tackle. Today, it was my turn. While fishing for papio [Papio: Jack Crevalle/Ulua under 10 lbs.] on the eastern coast of Kalaupapa, a big one bites. 14 pound test monofilament main line, 25 pound test monofilament leader, 6′ medium/light rod, Penn 5500 spin fisher reel. The fish? Somewhere in the 30-40 pound range.
Cobia caught off the shore on Outer Banks, NC on May 30, 2011
Catch and Release of about a 6′ sailfish from the Panama City Pier – Aug 2010
Saw Fish caught on Fort Myers Beach, FL 7-4-10 by Dave Waltman (assisted by Zilla) ………. Dave hauled ass to his fishing pole that was on shore and his line was heading out to sea…not far from shore he ended up running out of line…Zilla brought the kayak out to Dave and away he went reeling in this fish….the kayak tipped over…Dave still hanging on to his pole and reeling in the fish in 9-10 feet of water…having to take breaks and go down to the bottom to give his arms a rest and back up to the top to [More]