Kayak fishing in Mediterranean Sea is absolutely amazing. If you know where to fish, how to do and what lures and fishing equipment to use, you will definitely return home with beautiful catches. Jiging from a kayak is not easy for everyone. But this guy is a master of it. Jigging is an art and there are lots of big groupers and barracudas under the water waiting to see what a fisherman can show to them. Rod - Maria Steady Jigging Reels - Daiwa New Saltiga and Seagate 4500 Braid - M7W Jigging PE4 FC - Carbotex 060mm
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Fishing in winter can be tricky for those who think they can use their crankbaits only in warm sunny summer days. Let's see what a pro says about it. Small crankbaits are still effective in cold water. You have to find those smaller feeding zones, fish slower and often make repeated casts. Here John Crews talks through f ishing small crankbaits on a below freezing day in Alabama recently.
What do you know about this fish? Let's talk about Eastern Australian Salmon, known as Kahawai in New Zealand. Original Name - Arripis trutta Other Names : Newfish, Bay Trout, Blackback Salmon, Mynameisfish.com, Buck, Cocky Salmon, Colonial Salmon. Colour - Dark bluish-green body (juveniles have golden bars on the upper sides) Where can we see it? - Southern Australia usually Brisbane to Western Victoria, rarely to Western Australia. And New Zealand (including Chatham and Kermadec Islands) Where doet it live? - Found in cooler waters, between depths of 30 m and 39 m. They enter rivers as well. Weight and Size - Typically 1 and 2.5 kg (2.5lb-6lb) and 30-50cm (Maximum 90 cm) What does it like to eat? - carnivore. Feed mainly on fishes but also on pelagic crustaceans, especially krill. How to catch it? - Catching Eastern Australian Salmon (Video)
This is how to catch Australian Salmon while rock fishing. I have never caught an Australian salmon in my life. But there is a cool guy, Jack Jacobs, a very keen fisherman from Australia, was shark fishing at the time but.. but then this happened; see the video (insane salmon action) Aren't they so lucky? A beautiful sunny day, gorgeous rocky shore, thousands of salmons swimming within feet of the rock..what a sight! what a joy!
Magic Minnow Miny Goby Lure in action Big trouts like tasty meal. So what to serve them to get the ultimate attention? This Magic Minnow Miny Goby lure works very, very well. Watch the action and see the difference. Kinetic Fishing is really good at designing this type of lures for big trout. When big trout are feeding in shallow water this small lure is great.
How To Say "Fish" in Different Languages What is 'fish in Filipino"? and what is fish in Esperanto? How Turks say "Fish"? Fish in Afrikaans - vis Arabic - samak Armenian - dzuk Azerbaijani - balıq Basque - arrain Bengali - macha Bulgarian - riba Croatian - ribe Czech - ryba Esperanto - fiso Estonian - kalad Fiji Hindi - machhri Filipino - isda Fish in Finnish - kala French - poisson Georgian - tevzi German - fisch Hindi - machali Hungarian - hal Islandic - fiskur Latin - piscis Lithuanian - žuvis Fish in Malay - ikan Mongolian - zagas Norvegian - fisk Persian - mahi Polish - ryby Portuguese - peixe Romanian - pește Slovenian - ribe Somali - kalluunka Fish in Spanish - pescado Swahili - samaki Swedish - fisk Tagalog - isda Tamil - min Turkish - balık Fish in Viatnemese - cá Welsh - pysgod
One of the most legendary fishes of the seas, The Goliath Grouper. Where do they live, how do they live, how they behave under the water. This is an amazing documentary about Goliath Grouper. After nearly becoming extinct, the fish was afforded legal protection enacted in 1990. Twenty years later, the protection is finally starting to pay off. Divers and underwater photographers visit a shipwreck in Florida where Goliath Groupers gather to spawn every year. These massive animals are so beautiful. Let's watch!
What do you know about this fish? Atlantic Saury is not a very popular fish for anglers or big commercial boats. That's why I love this fish. It's cute, exciting. childish, happy, and very, very delicious if you know how to cook it. Latin Name - Scomberesox saurus Shape - Has a narrow body and a long, beak-like snout lined with tiny teeth. it has a single dorsal and anal fin, each followed by a series of small finlets. Colour - The body is clear green above and bright silver on the sides. What does it like to eat? Atlantic Saury lives in large schools that chase mynameisfish.com and capture smaller fish, shrimp-like crustaceans, phytoplankton and fish larvae. Source: Gervais H Predators it hates Tuna, marlin, bluefish , amberjack Size Lenght - Atlantic Saury grows about 35 cm in length (maximum of 50 cm) Weight - Not recorded (if you catch a giant one, please contact us) Where does Atlantic Saury live? Mainly North Atlantic and Mediterr
Fishing Airlines operates flights between predator swordfish and marlins, FishAir can fly over the blue waters of Oceans for hours without stopping over at islands. You wonder what I am talking about? Well, watch these creatures.. absolutely magical. These fish can fly like birds. No, not like jump jumping over the waves.. They reall y really seriously are flying. They have amazing wings and they use their tails like a super jumbo jet. A funny story about flying fish ; When some members of Captain Cook's crew told Londoners that they saw flying fish in the middle of Ocean, people have thought these men were still seasick or drugged.
I know, its a dream fishing scenario for almost every amateur; travelling to Caribbean, finding a paradise-like sandy beach and casting for big game fishes. Bonefish, Tarpon, Barracuda and others. These lucky guys are doing exactly what we dream about. Fly fishing in Cuba! must be an amazing adrenaline explosion. Saltwater fly fishing has a different taste. Saltwater creatures behave different. Cuba has become a new paradise for fly fishing in recent years. There are many untouched beaches around the country where you can see lots of big fish waiting for your flies.
Labrus Merula as its known " Brown Wrasse " in English, a beautiful reef fish that lives amongst the seaweed and rocks. Spanish people call it "El Merlo". And in Southern Turkey it's called "Yesil Kayacil (Green Rock Fish)". It is native to the Eastern Atlantic from Portugal to Morocco, including the Azores, and Mediterranean Sea as well. Brown Wrasse do not exceed 40 cm (16 in). It is important to local populations as a food fish and can also be found in the aquarium trade (I hate this!) Photo by Alessandro Duci @ Wikipedia - Photo taken in Liguria, Italy I have caught one Brown wrasse near Mersin, Turkey. I didn't eat it, so I don't know how it tastes like. I released it back into blue waters and watched it under the sea. It immediately went under a big rock and then jumped into weeds that cover the rocks. Do you have photos or videos that showing you are catching a brown wrasse? Would you like to share it with
Fishing in the West -usually- means lots of high tech gear, equipment, expensive rods, fishing lines, laser cut hooks, biological baits etc.. But in the other parts of the world, there are lots of fishermen still fishing in traditional way and they really are very good at it. Watch these guys, fishing in the Philippines , as usual, simple and easy.
Swordishing is very difficult and sophisticated. It requests a lot of attention and passion. Therefore you need to know what you are doing. You just can't throw your bait into sea and wait, Swordfish is not just a fish; its a very, very clever predator. Swordfish loves squid (well, which fish doesn't?) if you know how to present it, you will definitely attract that big one. In this how to do video Captain Smith teaches an easy and fast method for rigging a squid for swordfish.
Have you ever had a change to travel to one of those tropical and exotic Pacific islands for fly fishing? This man, called Peter Collingsworth, from United Kindom travels to Christmas Islands, Kiribati to show us how to cast, where to cast, what rod and what fly to use to catch Giant Trevally. How To Catch Giant Trevally In Pacific Look at this beautiful fish! absolutely gorgeous. Not only so big in size but also good looking that makes you get even more excited. And see how the fishing line makes that seductive sound "wizzzzzzzz". Many people goes to these magically attractive islands for romantic holidays. But there actually is an amazing marine life underneath their feet. And only passionate fly fishers could see it.