Tuesday, 28 February 2017
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KADAL TV Well, Today I went up a remote creek In the middle of No-Where trying to spot some eels... The only thing was, I forgot my fishing rod!?!?! So after spotting an absolute GIANT, I raced back to my house and grabbed my Fishing rod. After arriving I dropped the bait (Beef Heart) Into the water and within a matter of seconds I had hooked an absolute BEAST
Thursday, 23 February 2017
Wednesday, 22 February 2017
Mangrove Snapper, Mullet, Manatee all come out in this epic adventure on a terrific Tuesday morning and mid day. We caught a load of mullet and took them to the smoker. We saw Manatees and Dolphins they wanted to communicate with us, it was really cool. Filmed in the southern portion of Tampa bay on the Little Manatee River in Ruskin Florida. For more great fishing videos be sure tocheck out
Tuesday, 21 February 2017
This is a mix of my Freediving/ Spearfishing footage for the past year. Hogfish, grouper, lobsters, schools of tarpon, and lots of hand-grabbing lobsters! All Pole Spear. It goes through a season of the cooler months of 2014, through 2015, with Summer diving where I could dive for 5 hours straight with no wetsuit and still feel toasty...which is awesome!. I've only been diving/spearing for about a year, so it shows some of my progression.
I will make a shorter version, but here are my favorite moments:
11:20, and on, my little fish army follows me, then I shoot a mangrove snapper
21:57, Lessons learned that day, was in 40+/- feet with super strong current and no float line to my spear. Off a friends boat. Was such a struggle to go against current to get down to one spot...I shot a black margate in a hole, pulled him out, then had to let him got because I was struggling to get to surface and played it safe by letting my spear go. It was actually so exhausting fighting the current that day, just to stay in one place, so you couldn't get your breath holds up, that it took each of us 3 times to try to get the spear back (the fish had swam it back into the hole I pulled him out of). I finally got to it, but not after a nurse shark ate the fish off the spear inside that hole afterwards (you can see the shark going after it in slow-mo right after I shot him
22:43 LOBSTER GRABBING section, a lot of it
I found this sport on my own, and have spent hours researching info/watching others videos, and holding my breath on my couch, lol. I did some things the harder way initially, hence you will notice I'm wearing wetsuits with no weight belt (didn't even own one yet). I did that the whole first cold season lol, it was really hard to stay underwater being so buoyant and hunt/shoot fish, but I worked it out
I left a lot of full clips that may not seem so eventful, but for me it really represents a lot of what is the reality of (at least my experience in) freediving/spearfishing. For me, it's 90%+ about the beauty, the freedom, the moments, the nature, being in harmony, witnessing another world full of life, and then there is the hunting aspect that comes in after, and doesn't conflict with the other appreciations. When I spear and kill a fish, or a lobster, anything...I respect that life and that it is suffering so much, and I want that to show in every way I handle that creature. Then to be as humane as possible even in how they are killed (quickly). It is not lost on me that until I came along, that creature was living a life, and that it ended so I could be nourished, and I always give my thanks and respect. On a side note, it always "bugs" me a little (pun intended, lol) when people throw around lobsters like they are not alive and experiencing misery, I even kill them (knife through head) before I twist their tails off so they don't experience a slow death. I just like to share these ideas, because I think as the evolved species that is hunting, we can be conscious about how we end something's life, unlike the rest of the animal kingdom that can't. Just sharing my 2 cents here :) To each their own though.
You might notice..I don't "only" hunt big, impressive, trophy fish (to say the least! lol). 99% of these dives were from walking to the beach carrying my gear, and swimming offshore a couple hundreds yards out to the 1st reef. There is a lot of spectacular life out here, but I can easily dive a few hours and only come across a few good fish. I'm out there to have fun, dinner is a bonus, and I don't have any ego about the size...my attitude is that I'm grateful to have it and it's going to be delicious fried up. Heck…small means will fit right in the pan- whole! Yummy! lol.
Yes, I often dive solo. I made sure I was knowledgeable in enough ways to minimize the biggest risks, and the rest of the risk I accept. I NEVER push my breath holds while diving. I would ONLY do that with someone watching me directly, knowing I'm pushing it, in case I blacked out. I dive within my comfort zone, I won't risk trying to hold a little longer, a little longer, just for that fish...because I understand there is no forgiveness in that kind of error, if you end up blacking out. So I listen to my body and surface before I really need to, I pay attention to the time I'm down. Boats are the other thing I look out for constantly, and then the sharks...but it's not sharky around here at all (very rare to see other than a nurse). I tie off my float and keep my fish there, they're only on my hip for a short time.
Thanks for watching! May everyone get to be able to get out and do something they love! - Nicole
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Monday, 20 February 2017
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Saturday, 18 February 2017
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Friday, 17 February 2017
Pros and Cons of Kayak Fishing
Pros and Cons of Kayak Fishing : The principal con of kayak angling is the unavoidable spinal pains that originate from sitting for quite a long time. It is not necessarily the case that the seats in kayaks are awkward in light of the fact that they are generally extremely agreeable. The spinal pains desire sitting too long. Sitting at a work area throughout the day has a similar impact. Standing up from time to time or escaping the kayak to extend can ease this con.
I'm bass fishing with some small creature baits and fishing around the bank of this lake in shallow water. The largemouth bass are in pre spawn and spawn mode so most of them are shallow around hard banks with some cover. I'm trying to go for a big bass, so I'm fishing my soft plactic worm on the bottom really slow and making precise casts. I never hooked into a giant but still had some nice solid bass. These fish are sitting in less than 3 feet of water and some almost in a foot of water
Wednesday, 15 February 2017
Spear Fishing & Sharks
Spear Fishing & Sharks : It appears to be sensible that sharks and lance angling don't combine extremely well. Something about the way that a dead fish toward the finish of a lance or dangling from your belt that just may draw in a shark that is searching for a feast.
Considering the shark's faculties are very receptive to whipping fish and dead fish so far as that is concerned makes the lance fisher a conceivable unintended target. Quite a while back when I used to lance angle a considerable measure in Long Island Sound, NY we didn't have the risk of a conceivable shark assault in light of the fact that back forty years prior there were just sand sharks to manage.
Presently with a worldwide temperature alteration I truly don't comprehend what kind of sharks move into Long Island Sound amid the late spring months. What we needed to manage were streams, angling line and vessels all of which could bring about harm or passing.
Since the sound was very shallow generally a short lance weapon was required due to it's mobility around the stones where the dark fish and stripped bass snuck. The lance weapon was fueled by three surgical elastic groups that impelled a steel shaft roughly twelve feet submerged.
It was an unsafe weapon that should have been approached with deference. One of the issues was feeling the loss of a fish and having your pole hit a stone and curve which radically influenced future shots. I utilized a separable tip on the grounds that a huge stripped bass will twist a pole on the off chance that it hits a hard zone and the fish then battles to get free.
These days there are six foot stick firearms for untamed water plunging whereby a lance fisher free jumps at least fifty feet and shoots maritime fish. Really the highest point of the game as far as athletic capacity, continuance and guts. On the off chance that you have ever dove into the nothingness of a profound sea you will comprehend what I mean. You look down and you can't see the base as well as everything goes dull past a specific profundity. It can terrify without a doubt.
One guide I might want toward raise is that lance angling with scuba is for individuals that have no capacity and get a kick out of the chance to shoot vulnerable fish that can't get away. There is positively no ability included and in many parts of the world this practice is prohibited.
Anyway, sharks are pulled in to fish that have been skewered and will assault a lance fisher if the open door presents itself. There are shields that you can take to help limit the peril of such experiences.
One, As soon as you lance the fish come back to shore or your vessel and store the fish and after that backpedal into the water. Try not to drag the dead fish on a stringer dangling from your midriff.
Two, If this is impractical then ensure you have an inward tube with an unmistakable plunge hail with you. The focal point of the inward tube is an awesome place to append an overwhelming obligation plastic sack so when you put the fish inside the pack the blood will no longer go about as a bait for sharks.
Three, This appears to be very evident however in the event that there are sharks in the zone that have been located then it would bode well not to lance angle around there!
Four, If you do experience a shark of any size while you are lance angling then do the keen thing and give the\ shark what he needs. He doesn't need you since you are not his favored sustenance source but rather on the off chance that you don't give him what he needs then you may turn into an incidental supper.
Five, It the improbable occasion that you have ignored all these judicious recommendations and get yourself up close and personal with a shark then utilize your lance firearm as a goad to keep the shark under control. Continuously confront the shark as you withdraw to shore or your watercraft and keep the lance in its face. Poking it's nose or eyes may work yet no assurances. On the off chance that you do get securely to your pontoon or shore then turn in until tomorrow since you just evaded conceivable passing.
It's an incredible game yet as with anything that includes the sea it has its intrinsic risks that can be relieved by utilizing sound judgment. As a fitting for a shark hindrance item utilizing shark bio boundary on your balances, belt, inward tube may simply help keep the sharks away!
Stick angling is a risky game on the off chance that you are the in a range where sharks are, bolster in or relocate to. Since lance angling includes shooting fish which causes their passings this will bring about the shark's to consider the fish as a sustenance source and since the lance fisher is near the fish then he or she might be assaulted.
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Monday, 13 February 2017
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Tout au sujet de la chasse dans le monde, du grand éléphant de Savana africain aux sangliers de bois européens.
La chasse consiste à tuer ou piéger un animal, à le poursuivre ou à le suivre dans l'intention de le faire. Chasser la faune ou les animaux sauvages est le plus souvent fait par les humains pour la nourriture, les loisirs, pour éliminer les prédateurs qui sont dangereux pour les humains ou les animaux domestiques, ou pour le commerce. Dans les années 2010, la chasse légitime se distingue du braconnage, qui est le meurtre illégal, le piégeage ou la capture des espèces chassées. Les espèces qui sont chassées sont appelées gibier ou proie et sont habituellement des mammifères et des oiseaux.
La chasse peut également être un moyen de lutte contre les ravageurs. Les défenseurs de la chasse affirment que la chasse peut être une composante nécessaire  de la gestion moderne de la faune, par exemple pour aider à maintenir une population d'animaux sains dans la capacité écologique d'un environnement lorsque les contrôles naturels tels que les prédateurs sont absents ou très rares. Cependant, la chasse a également fortement contribué à la mise en danger, la disparition et l'extinction de nombreux animaux. 
La poursuite, la capture et la libération, ou la capture pour la nourriture du poisson est appelée la pêche, qui n'est pas couramment classé comme une forme de chasse. Il n'est pas non plus considéré comme la chasse à poursuivre des animaux sans intention de les tuer, comme dans la photographie de la faune, l'observation des oiseaux, ou des activités de recherche scientifique qui impliquent la tranquillisation et / ou le marquage des animaux ou des oiseaux. La pratique consistant à chercher ou à récolter des matières provenant de plantes et de champignons est également considérée comme distincte de la chasse
Sunday, 12 February 2017
Thursday, 9 February 2017
This action-packed VLOG documents a day on the ice with a group of buddies chasing pike with the popular tip up, but this isn't you're standard tip up pike fishing video. Kyle and crew share some outstanding rigging tips that'll help you put more pike topside, and it's tough to argue their points given the amount of fish caught. They talk quick strike rigging, leader materials, live vs. dead bait, storing gear, and show us how on-ice camaraderie combined with picked pike and beer-boiled brats just might be the vacation you've been missing
Monday, 6 February 2017
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Sunday, 5 February 2017
Wednesday, 1 February 2017