Will post some videos from last weekend up soon but until then, check out this AWESOME video from up North. Make sure to cruise around there vimeo as it is a gold mine for fish pron.
I agree with this 100%. Hopefully something gets done soon.
Well this guy is pretty good at fishing solo. These fish in this video are beasts too.
Definitely worth the 5 minutes. At the very least, skip to 4 minutes to see him chase after a poon.
I had to post this up here. It is too good not to. The motiv crew is killing it.
Well Chums are pretty easy to catch. On my breaks, I often would go fish for them. They eat streamers as well as poppers and pull pretty damn hard….oh and they are easy to catch. This clip is taken literally right above camp. This spot began to hold fish in July and was pretty awesome for all of July. Didn’t exactly land this fish but the fight was pretty awesome.[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ar0FrOLNXe0&w=640&h=480%5D
Chums are a load of fun. I don’t care what people say. Watch this and try to tell me it’s not fun. Unless they are getting in your way from Kings, I say they rule. The minor earthquake in the filming actually is me attempting to unwrap the line off my boats without falling in the gravel or losing the fish. Oh and this Chum could use a little practice with his depth perception. I think he might have been a tad bit too shallow when he tried to jump.[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nDDdRNLtkBs&w=640&h=360%5D
In the beginning of March, I made the trip down to Southern Belize with Sam and Danny Hauser. Sam was able to organize the trip for us to stay at Billy Hawk Caye. Long story short, that place is fishing heaven. It receives no where near as much pressure as the more popular spots such as Turneffe Atoll or Ambergris Caye (which isnt even that much). We were exposed to this almost instantly when within seconds of poling we came across hordes of bonefish. Here is a video clip taken during the trip. This whole island was loaded with bones as well as many other species. And yes I am fishing from a dock for bonefish….and I caught a boat load of them.
Thanks again to Sam for setting the trip up. I have a ton more photos and videos that I will post up soon.