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BIG MAHI MAHI Speared In New Caledonia

BIG MAHI MAHI Speared In New Caledonia

Hi everybody ! New caledonia spearfisher, always in the starting block, we speared a huge mahi mahi in December 2010, from New Caledonia West Coast. its weight : 65 Lbs = 28.2 Kgs)” More, we had chance to approach a ” whale shark”. It was a big suprise for us and a incredible encountering yes, there’s a long time ago, but it’s always a pleasure to share our passion about spearfishing and Dive to others...

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Dolphin/Mahi Mahi Possible World Record?

Dolphin/Mahi Mahi Possible World Record?

Just got an email from a buddy with this picture in it and wanted to share it with you all. From the looks of it this is one of the biggest Mahi Mahi Dorado, Dolphin fish I’ve seen and makes me look forward to the coming Season for them at home.† Big ones like this are still surpisingly young fish as Dolphin can grow as much as 20+ lbs in one year.† One this size is still probably less than ten years old.† I have seen a few other...

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Dolphin Mahi Mahi dorado Pole spear fishing freediving

Dolphin Mahi Mahi dorado Pole spear fishing freediving

Pole spearing some big Dolphin way offshore with the camera in the other hand. Trying out some new Riffe...

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Spearfishing Big Bull Dolphin, Mahi Mahi, Dorado

Spearfishing Big Bull Dolphin, Mahi Mahi, Dorado

3000 ft of water and 0nly 40 ft of visibilty…. Gulf of Mexico at its finest. Brian Head shooting a big Bull Dolphin off Louisiana on the biggest weed patch I’ve ever...

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La Paz Spearfishing Question

La Paz Spearfishing Question

Subscriber Taylor wrote: I’m going to cabo next week in pelapas ventana. I saw some pictures of you on the website. What do you recommend bringing? I’m 17 and willing to shoot fish in blue water as big as possible (no bigger than 100# though) and have been diving consistently around the globe for 2 years now. Anything important I should bring down there? Any pointers would be much appreciated. How many float lines do you use if...

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Bahamas 2010: Pelagic Action

Bahamas 2010: Pelagic Action

Brad with Wahoo in the Bluewater with Pole Spear With terrible weather throughout the SE United States we have been waiting for a weather window to run across to the Bahamas to practice with our Riffe Pole Spears we have been developing. The water has been so cold for so long at home no one has even been in the water for the last few months. When the weather finally broke we left at 0400 in the morning on a 34ft Yellowfin with Twin 275...

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Pole Spear Wahoo and 28lb MahiMahi

Pole Spear Wahoo and 28lb MahiMahi

The title gives it away but this is the second part of the day after Chads 54lb Mahi Mahi… 28 lb MahiMahi with Pole spear no float line At this point in the day we could have turned around and still had an amazing day. With the conditions as they were and it only being 1300 we regrouped after some pictures and geared up to get back in the water again. By now we’d had a good look at the object floating and I can only imagine...

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Monster Mahi Mahi! part 1

Monster Mahi Mahi! part 1

Chad Morris with the Holy Grail of Mahi Mahi. 54 lbs †of Jealousy Contrary to popular belief I do work sometimes it just happens that it is something that I enjoy and that keeps me on the water. This past month I’ve been getting ready for a new job as Captain of a 600ft long ship that will be based in Brazil and I will have an incredible schedule of one month on and one month off to travel, dive surf and enjoy life. †While 12-18 hour...

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Big Dolphin in the Gulf Stream

Big Dolphin in the Gulf Stream

† Brandon with his Big Boy † † Brandon Langel and Cameron with Big Dollies † † Cam Big Dollie † † Back to La Florida we have been waiting for a good weather window to make the long run offshore to hunt Yellowfin Tunas. † Brandon Langel from Fort Pierce has the fishing for them down pat and when the seas lay down we were poised to go long. Weather the night before was less than appealing with solid 15-20 knot winds while we were...

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Australia East Coast Trippin

Australia East Coast Trippin

Trying to get people to come diving with you can be hard enough,† but trying to get them come back for a second time can be even harder. † When you add angry Kangaroos, Great White Sharks, boats that donít float and cars that should be sunk it can be next to impossible.† So went my buddy Brad Thornbrough and Iís trip to the East Coast of Australia this year and despite these minor annoyances we managed to have the time of our lives and...

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