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40 Wahoo in a day Video

This is the video my buddy Colin sent me a few years ago to convince me to come visit and enjoy all that Wahoo fishing has to offer. This is a commercial fishing trip they had that as you can see… went incredible. I love wahoo and have been traveling so much I haven’t had a chance to shoot one since November/December but hope you all are out getting some. As my buddy Monkey says, “Everyone has a Wahoo story….”...

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People who dive: Mark Healey, Surfer

People who dive: Mark Healey, Surfer

Mark Healey, under duress,  a few mexican beers and a multitude of Tequilas that we have sampled in the past 24 hours, self admitedly works to support his spearfishing habit.    At first it would seem that the surfers life is a charmed one but consider this: Commited. Always Suffice to say you and I cannot do this   He’s one of the top few guys in the world for big wave surfing and has a knack for changing the game and setting himself...

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Riffe Wahoo Spearfishing with Cameron Kirkconnell

Riffe Wahoo Spearfishing with Cameron Kirkconnell

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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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The Protege: Aaron Kirkconnell Scott Bluewater Spearfisherman

The Protege: Aaron Kirkconnell Scott Bluewater Spearfisherman

Aaron Kirkconnell Scott and his big cousin Cameron. Same stoked smile on the first big yellowfin Tuna he has seen up close on his first bluewater trip Yeah there were a few sharks around too.... Aaron and one of 8 Blackfin Tuna he shot in the few days we dove. He got the hand of it pretty quick and was only picking out the 25 lb'ers. Spoiled Rotten. Aaron's first Wahoo at 50 lbs. I was on the surface beside him watching the whole thing...

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Monster Wahoo Spearfishing 119lbs!

Monster Wahoo Spearfishing 119lbs!

119lb Wahoo When I was a kid I heard about people shooting Wahoo and Tuna and I could never fathom how it could even be possible. When fishing, I can only remember hooking them and the line peeling off the reel faster than anything we ever hooked. In every magazine all you hear is how fast they are and these blistering runs so how could it be possible to ever chase one down and put a spear into it!?!? I think I shot my first one when I was...

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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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