Josh and Dr. Robert Borrego headed offshore to go fishing for cobia. We started off the day fishing for sardines and bonito (we needed the bonito to chum up the sharks). The bonito were so thick, it was a challenge to get a live sardine into the boat. The goliath groupers chased nearly every bonito we hooked! After catching several dozen live bait and a few bonito, we changed locations and headed further offshore to the cobia wreck. Within minutes of chumming we saw our first cobia. The cobia bite was on fire! We caught our limit within the first 2 hours of fishing. In total, we saw over 15 cobia swimming around the boat. After catching our limit of cobia, we decided to have some fun with the bonito and bull sharks. The shark action was just epic! One bull shark smashed the boat with it’s tail while chasing a bonito! Overall, it was an incredible day of fishing!
Extreme Saltwater Fishing!
Extreme Saltwater Fishing! You may live your life and never see anything like this! The entire Sebastian inlet was filled with pinfish. The tarpon, redfish and snook were so thick you could walk on them. We took a piece of stingray out for shark bait. While Josh was taking photos with the red, the Avet 80 started screaming! Jeff fought the shark and eventually the line broke. Jeff caught a two redfish (only one is shown in this video) and I caught a 44’ redfish. This was an amazing sight to see! Jahor
Incredible Footage of the Florida Mullet Migration.
Incredible Footage of the Florida Mullet Migration. Every fall millions of mullet in schools larger than a football field travel south along the Atlantic coast of Florida. Tourists on Florida beaches watch in absolute amazement as thousands of predators ambush the schools of mullet in sometimes less than a foot of water. Predatory fish that feed on the mullet schools include: sharks, tarpon, jack crevalles, bluefish, snook, redfish, ladyfish and many more. The migration is often referred to as the â€™Mullet
Defeated by Giant Amberjacks - ft. LakeForkGuy &HookandArrow
Defeated by Giant Amberjacks - ft. LakeForkGuy &HookandArrow In this BlacktipH episode, Josh is targeting giant amberjacks with Justin from LakeForkGuy and JT from Hook and Arrow. We headed offshore to a deep shipwreck in 200+ft of water off the coast of Florida. As soon as we got to the wreck, we started marking fish. Once hooked, amberjacks will swim straight to the shipwreck and break you off. If the amberjacks donâ€™t break you off in the shipwreck, the next challenge is to avoid the sharks. There were
Fishing for Monsters with Instagram Kings
Fishing for Monsters with Instagram Kings Josh and the popular Instagram pages: @redneckvideos, @anglerapproved, @best_hunting_fails and @hunting_the_wild headed offshore to go fishing for monster goliath groupers and bull sharks. Doug from Angler Approved caught the first goliath grouper. Sloan from Redneck Videos harnessed up for the next grouper. Shortly after Sloan hooked a goliath the line snapped on the bottom of the boat. The rod whipped backwards and smacked Josh in the chin, leaving a huge gash. In
Enormous Goliath Grouper caught using a Handline!
Enormous Goliath Grouper caught using a Handline! This enormous goliath grouper is by far one of the largest specimens that Josh has ever landed. He caught this grouper using a custom made handline. Josh estimates the weight of this goliath grouper to be between 500-600lbs. Earlier in the week, we caught one at least 100lbs larger than this with Team Infinity Fishing.
Wade Fishing for Speckled Trout in the Indian River Lagoon
In this episode of BlacktipH, Josh joins wade fishing experts Jayson Arman and Jason Luongo to go fishing for speckled trout in the Indian River Lagoon. After wading for about 20 minutes, Josh hooked up to his first trout. This trout inhaled the soft plastic lure! Shortly after both Josh and Jason Luongo hooked up to a double header trout. Overall we caught more than half a dozen speckled trout and a small jack. It was a fun day of fishing! This episode was filmed using Garmin VIRB XE cameras.