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November 14, 2017

AUSTRALIA: caught a big murray cod from a canoe



A recent video made by Andy's Fishing recorded while Canoe fishing in a creek and Coolmundi Dam in Queensland, north Australia.



November 11, 2017

VIDEO: Massive 1000 lb Tiger Shark caught while bottom fishing



Massive 1000pound Tiger Shark caught while bottom fishing in the Bahamas. All was recorded by Black Tip H fishing team.

November 08, 2017

VIDEO: Giant sharks attack film crew’s sub during deep-water encounter



Film crew exploring the light-less depths of the Atlantic off Azores Islands had a unique shark encounter.

Some huge 20 feet (6 metres) six gilled sharks, were ripping hunks from the whale carcass. But as the sub veicle approached, a few began cruising in and out of the its lights, and occasionally rammed and shoved the vessel.

November 05, 2017

WORLD RECORDS: Hot catches October 2017


  


Brazilian angler Dick Alexandre caught and released this beautiful redtail catfish (pirarara) (Phractocephalus hemioliopterus) on October 11th while fishing the Rio Negro in Amazonas, Brazil. Alexandre needed only five minutes to land the fish after it ate the live piranha he was using for bait. Once landed, the fish measured out to 132 cm and was released alive – qualifying Alexandre for the new All-Tackle Length world record, which currently stands at 126 cm.




While fly fishing Pyramid Lake, Nevada, USA on October 21st, angler Brian Harris caught and released this 6.8 kg (15 lb) cutthroat trout (Oncorhynchus clarki) that could become a new world record. Harris needed only a few minutes to land the fish after it ate the custom fly he was casting, and the fish was released alive after being properly weighed and documented. If approved, the catch will replace the existing men’s 4 kg (8 lb) tippet class world record, which currently stands at 6.37 kg (14 lb 1 oz).




Kiwi angler Danielle Hamilton landed this massive 15.84 kg (34 lb 15 oz) snapper (squirefish)(Pagrus auratus) on April 22nd while fishing out of Ahipara in her native country of New Zealand. Using 10 kg (20 lb) class tackle, Hamilton needed 20 minutes to land the potential record fish after it ate the bait she was using. If approved, the catch will become the new women’s 10 kg (20 lb) line class world record, and replace the existing record of 12.6 kg (27 lb 12 oz).

Source: www.igfa.org

November 04, 2017

VIDEO: Pike attacks Jointed Rapala in slow motion


Pike attacks Jointed Rapala slow motion recorded with Water Wolf camera.



October 24, 2017

VIDEO: incredible tarpon feeding during annual mullet run



An incredible tarpon feeding during annual mullet run off Florida Coast. Here the last great video of Black Tip H.

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