Indonesia 201 Dogtooth Tuna Spearfishing World Record. Cameron Kirkconnnell Recommend on Facebook Share via MySpace Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post Bookmark in Browser...Read More
Stud. and Brandon Wahlers Brandon Wahlers was with me and Craig the first time we found the dogtooth in Indonesia and the first day on the spot I filmed him shooting a fish that I reckon was 180-200+lbs. He took a long shot and hit the fish in the right place but when it hit I could see the slip tip barely in the fish. At the time it would have easily been the new World Record and watching his buoys flying by at 50 feet was one of the...Read More
Been catching a lot of flack from friends around the world mostly good natured about them all stealing back the World Record for Dogtooth Tuna. The Record has been safe for 4 years but there are plenty of fish out there that can easily best whats out there. I get a lot of good pics in my inbox teasing me into stressing about someone shooting a bigger Dogtooth and thought I’d share them with you. Over the next few weeks I’ll...Read More
243 lb Dogtooth Tuna Pending World Record Cameron Kirkconnell and big dog with Riffe Metal Tech Mach 5 Speargun I am beyond words on this fish. It is bigger than any Dogtooth I thought would ever exist and I’m so stoked to have been able to be able to get a good shot on him and put him in the boat. The fish was so big that despite having the chance for a head shot on him I changed my aim and shot him in the same place as the last...Read More
I haven’t been around for a few weeks but I will not apologize because we have been at the ends of the earth hunting Dogtooth Tuna and other pelagics. It has been a difficult, demanding, and rewarding trip at the same time. Each year I hear of guys shooting monster dogtooth around the world and many are lost and hearts broken. I’ve been down that same road before and a few years ago after spending way too many days and weeks...Read More
Video: Why you need an Official Scale. World Record Dogtooth Tuna Yesterday I was moved to tears by the most incredible fish i have ever seen in my life. ?Diving in Indonesia is one of the most frustrating and difficult projects I have ever embarked on and without an amazing amount of patience, stamina and skill there is no way that you can be successful in a diving environment such as this.?Starting the day we jumped in to a mere 4...