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Video: Yellowfin Tuna Punta Mita Expeditions

Sebastian is another friend of ours that runs www.puntamitaexpeditions.com in Mexico just north of Puerto Vallarta. There are some massive Tunas there and Marlin as well and every trip I’ve had there we have seen some incredible fish. From Monster Cuberas to 300+lb Yellowfin Tuna and grander Marlin they can all be found. Here is some video to get your blood flowing. The second one is of a school of Pacific Red Snappers schooling...

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Tuna swarm insanity Video

If this doesn’t get your blood pumping than you are not a spearfisherman. This is an insane video out of Central America courtesy of Ben from Spearfishingtravel.com Check it out Recommend on Facebook Share via MySpace Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post Bookmark in Browser

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Panama Tuna Trip report

Panama Tuna Trip report

Sorry I’ve been traveling for the past few days and am now settled in New Zealand. I’ve got an inbox full of fishing reports from around the world and not enough days to post them all so forgive me if you start getting two or more emails a day from Spearblog.com!  If you haven’t already signed up use the Newsletter Subscribe area in the top right of the page and get updates as soon as a new post goes up.   This past...

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358lb Yellowfin Tuna potential World Record, Brandon Wahlers

358lb Yellowfin Tuna potential World Record, Brandon Wahlers

Exclusive Story from Brandon Wahlers who is no stranger to World Records and shooting big fish. Brandon has been on the hunt for a 300+lb Yellowfin Tuna for the past 5 years and has finally put the pieces together and made it happen. Brandon has from the beginning of his Spearfishing career been an in your face, hilarious, outgoing, Great White Riding, chick pulling, partying, Swordfish climbing, truck wrecking, fish stealing, Nationals...

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Tuna Bait Ball Frenzy Video

Ahhhhhhh!!!! This is what we live for! Michael Takach took some video earlier this year of some bait balls in Panama and it was pretty sick. This one I pulled off the net and it just makes me smile knowing that it is still possible to get this deep in 50-100lb tunas and the net boats haven’t killed them all yet. This happens all over the world and I’ve seen in in Central America, off the coast of Oman, the Maldives, and even...

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Video: Big Yellowfin Tuna and Sharks

Video: Big Yellowfin Tuna and Sharks

This video goes to show why so few people stick with Bluewater hunting. When the water is clean its one thing to deal with lots of sharks but  we find Tuna and Wahoo often in dirty water that still has the same number of sharks.  These sharks are all relatively “small” by Bluewater standards with the majority of them being in the 6-7ft range with every 10th one over 8 feet. Some places, and I am not exagerating, there is this...

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Yellowfin Tuna Spearfishing

Yellowfin Tuna Spearfishing

A 200lb class Yellowfin Tuna getting attacked after Spearfishing in Central America. Recommend on Facebook Share via MySpace Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post Bookmark in Browser...

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405 lb Yellowfin Tuna

405 lb Yellowfin Tuna

It is possible. When we hunt yellowfins there is always the chance of the “ONE” coming through and I’ve heard rumors for years of guys seeing some monsters off the Coasts of more than a few countries. 405 lb Yellowfin tuna caught early December When we travel for Yellowfins we are generally looking for those in the 200lb Class and a 300lb one is always the goal. A few years back Brandon put a shaft in one late in the...

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Big Yellowfin Tuna Rigging

properly crimped coated cable Chad with a good sized tuna shot with 400lb Mono and a spectra rigged slip tip Riffe crimp assortment from www.speargun.com properly crimped coated cable Chad with a good sized tuna shot with 400lb Mono and a spectra rigged slip...

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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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