Beskrivelse: På selveste frigjøringsdagen tok jeg årets første fluefisketur ut til et skogstjern. Fangsten ble en helt annen enn forventet. Et hekkende paddepar fikk seg en luftetur.
Amazing toad fishing with fly rod.
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Tarpon fishing under Long Key bridge near Duck Key, Fl. After a 20 minute fight with a tarpon, a 14 foot long hammer head shark attacks and eventually eats the tarpon. We tried our best to protect the tarpon by running it down and creating as much noise and bubbles to confuse the shark and hide the tarpon. After a quick release, the shark returns and I aggressively circle the tarpon as the shark slices at it boat side. After about 5 hits, the shark wins and swims off with the tarpon in its mouth. Moments later, half of the 65lb tarpon floats up and I grab the remains to add to the documentation. The shark returns on a high speed pass and bumps the boat with significant enough force to make Julie scream. I give up on the carcass and Corey gets his hands on it just as the hammer head shark strikes again, this time claiming the remains of his dinner. As this massive shark rolls into a dive, Corey gets a tail grab before it is all over. Conservative size estimations are 14 feet long at about 400lbs. This is the best shark attack footage I have ever seen. This was recorded in HD and is available for resale.
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For quiet a long time I wanted to film fishing with my underwater camera. So, eventually I tried to do it but it didn't go well: first time I forgot to clear the memory in my camera, next time 2 fishermen took the spot where I had fed fish for a few days and they didn't let me stick my rod between them. Then the water level in the canal rose and the fish moved to a different place. Eventually I filmed something but it wasn't very impressive. At the same time I was thinking that it would be interesting to film how pike struck but it was obvious that it would be practically impossible to catch such a moment on underwater camera. Once I was filming fishing and I spotted a small rudd very close to the shore - it had some disease on its fins. I caught it with my net and made a quick line without a hook, attached that rudd to it and left it right in front of my camera. O.k. now the main points: first as I said I didn't use a hook because I had no intention to catch a pike + I knew that a live baiting was not allowed in Ireland. So, no complaints about the live bait, please! Sure, I tried to feed a small fish to a bigger fish but this is the law of the wild nature: bigger fish eats smaller fish etc. If I didn't feed that rudd to a pike - that pike would have anyway eaten some other fish, maybe even the same rudd because it was sick. I could kill that rudd before serving it to that pike in order to obey all rules (no live bite, no animal cruelty etc by feeding live fish to a predator) but the result would have been the same - the pike would have anyway eaten some smaller fish that day or the next day. So, I don't think I did anything bad or wrong especially because I wanted to film and to show all of you how a pike strikes in the wild nature. As a result I filmed something but not actually what I had wanted as you can see when you watch the clip - the pike came close to the rudd but it didn't strike, and I still can't understand why. Maybe because the rudd behaved oddly, maybe the pike was full - it's hard to say. But I got an interesting footage and after I had let the rudd go, it swam away very quickly and I think it will recover and it will live if it has survived the pike's attack :)