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The Complete Fishing Thread ( Fresh Water / Salt Water )

Discussion in 'Hunting, Fishing, Boating, HIking, Trapping' started by searcher, Jun 21, 2015.



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    I FORGOT MY BAIT in the FRIDGE! Ugh! Saltwater Micro Fishing Improvisation! (Mt. Pleasant, SC)
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    Published on May 17, 2017
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    May 5th, 2017 -- For my 52nd outing of 2017, and my third day down in Charleston, SC, I decided to explore this little fishing spot that locals know as "Pickett Bridge." Sadly, nothing really worked out for me that day! To begin with, I forgot my pack of shrimp in the fridge (sigh). Secondly, I also didn't have the appropriate fishing tools for a productive fishing session (i.e. scissors, pliers, etc). In the end, we really had to improvise!!!

    Well...live and learn, right, folks? At least I am proud to say that I was able to catch some fish that day, even though they were all small and cute. :)
     
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    Shimano Stella or Daiwa Saltiga vs Van Staal and Everything Else
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    Published on May 19, 2017
    Should you get a Shimano Stella, Daiwa Saltiga or maybe a Van Staal? We try to explain why we use Saltiga's and Stella's.
     
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    Caught a NICE FISH from a TINY POND (New Species)! Ft. Menderson11 (Mt. Pleasant, SC)
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    Published on May 19, 2017
     
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    Target species ACHIEVED!!
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    Published on May 19, 2017
    Graeme takes a trip to deepest Devon, setting himself the challenge of catching a colourful Koi Carp for TAFishing. If you are keen to get fishing tips, check this one out. It was filmed at Angler's Paradise and be sure to wear your sunglasses...some of these fish are quite striking!!

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    Underwater Archer: The Bahamas | Salt Life
    Salt Life



    Published on May 16, 2017
    Ryder DeVoe is the Underwater Archer! He is a waterman who can do it all, especially spearfishing! Check out his skills in this video!

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    What was the Screamer
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    Published on May 17, 2017
    With winds predicted to be picking up for the rest of the week, and Big John having kids in town, I headed out solo today. Went to an offshore natural area where I know some keeper sized Vermilion Snapper were in hopes of putting a few in the cooler. While there, I had a couple Sardines floating out back and hooked into a 'screamer' that nearly spooled me before biting thru the line. Any guesses as to the possible ID?
     
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    Catch and Cook : King Mackerel Ceviche
    Yak Motley



    Published on May 16, 2017
    In this Catch and Cook video we made King Mackerel Ceviche. I launched off Pensacola Beach, Florida in search of something weird to catch and cook. I ran into a nice King Mackerel from my Kayak. Samantha made a pineapple salsa to mix with the Mackerel meat. This was a really great Ceviche recipe.
     
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    Yak Motley Interview
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    Published on May 15, 2017
    Today I sat down at the office and had a discussion with Jack about how we got involved in the kayak fishing world.
     
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    The LARGEST Fish of My Life! RIDICULOUS Kayak Fishing For MONSTER Black Drum!!
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    Published on May 18, 2017
    Dang. These fish are insane. I never tangled with anything like this in my life and probably landed over 150lbs of fish with just three fish to the kayak. Set out with Romo, Sea-Money, and Mike. We skunked day 1 trying our own thing and joined the fleet day 2.

    Step 1: Anchor up
    Step 2: Chum some nasty clam
    Step 3: Thread as many clams as you can on your hook
    Step 4: SET THE HOOK UNCLIP ANCHOR AND RIDDEEEE!

    Seriously it's insane. At the end of the day Mike got a small one we tried for a catch and cook which you'll see next Monday.

    Awesome time and great friends thanks again guys.

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    WE WON! 1st Place Lady Angler Florida Keys Offshore Mahi Fishing Tournament!
    Darcizzle Offshore



    Published on May 20, 2017
    Florida Keys offshore saltwater fishing for mahi mahi/ dolphin fish in a tournament puts Darcizzle in First Place & in the money! Check out this deep sea trolling gopro video for all the action.
     
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    Catch and Cook : Smoked King Mackerel Recipe!
    Yak Motley



    Published on May 22, 2017
    In this catch and cook video, we made Smoked King Mackerel. We put together a recipe from Apples, Celery, Onions, Ginger and a few other ingredients. I caught an awesome King Mackerel from my Hobie Quest 13 kayak. I filleted the fish up and threw it in freezer until it was time to smoke the fish. This was a great kayak fishing adventure.

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    WIN A FISHING TRIP! 50 Million Views "Fish with Darcizzle Giveaway" & Contest Video
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    Darcie Goes Florida Freshwater Largemouth & Peacock Bass Fishing on Lake Ida with Live Bait & Lures
    Darcizzle Offshore



    Published on May 25, 2017
    Florida largemouth and peacock freshwater bass fishing in Lake Ida, Delray Beach using artificial lures and live shiners.
     
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    May 25, 2017 New Jersey/Delaware Bay Fishing Report with Jim Hutchinson, Jr.
    The Fisherman Magazine



    Published on May 25, 2017
    With the three-day weekend ahead marking the unofficial start of another summer and an influx of shore visitors, we’re also seen a heavy influx of heavy striped bass. While many folks will be turning to back bay and inshore fluke on a rainy start of New Jersey’s summer flounder season on Thursday, May 25 (yes, it’s officially underway folks, just as we said in our Monday news bulletin), trolling Majas, plugs and mojos will also score big stripers from Long Beach north to Long Branch. Livelining bunker is also taking a fair share of monsters.

    For surfcasters, plugs have taken a few good fish in recent days, but bunker chunks lead the way with the largest surf-caught striper of the 2017 season thus far, a 57.4-pounder on LBI earlier this week; another near ‘50’ comes by way of Brigantine Jetty as well. The Cape May County tiderunner weakfish run is well underway, while on both sides of Delaware Bay black drum are keeping heavy rods bent.

    Boats from Indian River and Lewes on the Delaware side have been on the black sea bass for weeks, while New Jersey officially reopens as of Friday the 26th with a 10-fish bag and 12-1/2-inch size limit. As you’re enjoying the fishing time with family and friends, be sure to take time this Memorial Day weekend to remember those who gave everything in defense of a proud nation!
     
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    May 25, 2017 Long Island Metro Fishing Report with Fred Golofaro
    The Fisherman Magazine



    Published on May 25, 2017
    The long holiday weekend should provide plenty of opportunities with a variety of inshore species. Striper fishing heated up this week with the arrival of some big fish on the scene. A 55 pounder fell to a live bunker outside Fire Island and 48 pounder fell to a surfcaster in Montauk.

    Fluke season is off to a good start in many areas and bluefish remain abundant to the point of interfering with those targeting other species. Porgy fishing remains hot on the East End and in the western Sound.
     
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    May 25, 2017 New England Fishing Report with Toby Lapinski
    The Fisherman Magazine



    Published on May 25, 2017
    Fresh or salt, we’re looking for the very best photos to share with readers in our Youth Angler Showcase, a new editorial gallery presented by The Fisherman and Steiger Craft which runs from June 1 through September 30. Youth anglers must be 18 or under, and a photo release form must also be submitted with those photos in order to run. Now you can email them directly to me at tlapinski@thefisherman.com and as always be sure to include the angler’s name and any pertinent information. Be sure to send the original, unedited high resolution pictures. For the release form you can print and scan it or if you don’t have a scanner then you can simply take a picture of the release and include it with your submission, but you need to provide the release for images to be considered. As a token of our appreciation, kids who have their photos featured in The Fisherman will be sent a t-shirt and collection of fishing books from The Fisherman Library.

    Connecticut
    • From fluke to sea bass, and stripers to blues, it’s all happening right now in Long Island Sound. Stripers are pretty widespread if you’re hunting schoolies to just-keepers, but the larger fish – up to the 40-pound class – remain scarce and associated with the bunker schools as expected. Some of the better fluke reports are coming from Clinton, Fishers and over in Peconic Bay.

    • And speaking of Peconic Bay, if you didn’t catch it in this Monday’s e newsletter, check out the recap of a night bluefish trip that I took recently with the Black Hawk. We ran over to Peconic Bay and loaded up on bluefish well into the high teens. I am pretty sure that Greg will be heading back over this Friday night so give the boat a call to reserve your spot.

    Rhode Island
    • Black sea bass season opens on the 25th with a 15-inch minimum and 3-fish bag limit. I haven’t heard much about throwbacks before the season opener in Rhody waters by the flukers just yet, but with good catches being made in Long Island Sound and Massachusetts already, it should start off on a good note.

    • Fluke fishing has been up and down with tons of shorts being reported but some quality fish mixed-in as well. Now I am not sure if these are “just-shorts” or if they are legitimately small fish, but I fear that one of the concerns of the increased fluke size limits may be coming true in the form of increased throw-backs which always results in a high level of mortality.

    Massachusetts
    • There is a lot going on this week from stripers to flounder to haddock. Striped bass really invaded local waters this week with a massive slug of sub-legal fish arriving along with a push of bigger fish to 50 pounds. The Canal has seen a good slug of 20- to 30-pound fish as expected on the moon, but the action continues on into Cape Cod Bay and up to the South Shore.

    • If bottom fishing is more your game then both flounder around Boston Harbor and haddock out in the Gulf of Maine are a good bet right now. The first really large flounder started being caught this week with fish of 21 inches landed aboard Little Sister Charters. Haddock fishing is, as some are saying, the best they’ve seen in years. The fish are still being found in relatively shallow waters and some real slammers pushing 10 pounds are being caught. The Yankee Fleet even boated a 70-pound halibut on a recent overnight trip.
     
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    Bucktailing Doormat Summer Flounder (Fluke) - Fishing The Ledges 2017
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    Published on May 20, 2017
    Cold water and few fish around. Broke in the fluke season with micro drifts on tight ledges.
     
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    Fluke Fishing Tip - Fisherman Magazine Series
    John Skinner Fishing



    Published on May 19, 2017
    Finding summer flounder when bait is scarce. Fisherman Magazine Video Tips series.
     
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    The Fisherman's "Kayak Insider" - Jamaica Bay Classic
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    Published on May 25, 2017
    May 25, 2017 - More than 300 kayakers vied for an opportunity to represent the region in the Hobie World Kayak Fishing Classic this fall as they scoured the waters of Jamaica Bay for stripers, blues, weakfish and fluke.

    While the competition is appealing enough, the event also presents an opportunity to learn from other anglers who descend on the bay from states up and down the East Coast.
     

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