Beach Shark Fishing. Hybrid Shark Caught. Breaking News, Epic conditions as you can see in the video and Payam caught a very nice Blacktip stark. The shark broke the line as soon as it hit the sand. You can see in the video that the shark is wrapped in some blue rope. I wish we could have gotten a better release and got that rope off the shark. Otherwise an epic mullet run day. Congrats on Payam for running that dog. Happy Bait.
Report for this trip written by Sami:
For the past 3 years we’ve been trying to put a trip together to target Big eye tuna but with the lack of anglers & consistency it was hard to pull the trigger, Oregon Inlet yellow fin tuna bites was red hot this year with some mixed in Big Eye Tuna in between.
We checked the weather on Tuesday and made a phone call to set up the trip for Sunday, the excitement was on everybody’s faces, the groups consist of Evan, Raymond, Paul, Heng, Fei and I.
We drove the night and was greeted by first mate George followed by Captain Ned at 4:15 AM
The Ocean was full of life, bait was all over the place and the presence of pilot whales can be seen everywhere, we started blind casting close to the whales and sure enough our lures got hammered by yellow fin tuna, our mission was to put a bend on the El Maestro with a descent size yellow fin tuna but all we got were the smaller fish, it seems like the big body of fish moved, the action start fading away, later in the morning Captain Ned marked a good concentration of fish on his fish finder, and they didn’t seem like small fishes, Evan and I were next to each other jigging and the sound of the fish finder was going off like a disco party, I said to Evan it is going to happen and I shouted eat my jig, within a second Evan get slammed on the jig, Game on.
The first run was amazing and steady and all of a sudden it became very moderate giving you the feeling of a small fish, for a moment everybody though it is a small fish but seeing that initial run first I was sure it is a Big Eye and I told Evan right away it is a Big Eye, Evan gave his all with his new Saltywater Tackle OBX 400 that he just picked up before the trip, what a day to break in your new rod!
After 15 minutes battling Evan had to ask for help and I did not hesitate for a second, after another 5 minutes we saw the fish and I knew exactly what was going to happen, another run for deeper water, 10 minutes and the fish was at the boat side with the gaff stuck on its face, celebration beyond expectation, cheers and jubilation Woo Hoo, a fat 76 inch long with a 52 inch girth hit the deck, 256LB!!
4KG of White grouper on Live Bait
Baby AmberJack on Dead Bait
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Cyril has always heard that the waters of the Atlantic ocean in Guiana, South America hold an incredible variety of big fish… But what Cyril really has come to South America for is a true special evil looking fish that looks like it directly arrived from another planet: the giant traira.
Cyril starts his journey with a day of salt water fishing with Pascal and a group of his friends. They fish a pinnacle that holds some beautiful dodgy cubera snappers and reel screaming kingfish.
Then Cyril meets with Francis and Thia, two locals who have a passion for the giant traira. Together with Cyril, they will go on an expedition up the Sinamary river on a motored canoe to fish this monster-like predator in the tiny pools of some rapids… Wading through the fast jungle waters, Cyril will soon know why this bruiser is renowned for its spectacular fights… Action guaranteed…
Published on Oct 3, 2012
Scenes from our 6 day long range charter aboard the Royal Polaris from September 2012. Great time on the water, good fishing for smaller grade tuna, yellowtail and dorado.