In this underwater video compilation uploaded on Youtube by Underwater Fishing Videos, you can see ten great pike attacks filmed with an underwater camera. All this happen while trolling lures in a very clear unknown lake.
When angler Michael Mitchell hooked into his record rainbow trout recently from Loch Earn, located in Perthshire, Great Britain (UK), he immediately knew it was a big fish. After more than 15minute battle he finally got the big fish to shore. However, rainbow trout don’t exist naturally in the lake. As a matter of fact, this fish is believed to have escaped a trout farm connected to the lake he was fishing.
With 38 inches in total length and a girth of 26 inches; the previous Britain record was just over 34 pounds. Mitchell’s fish should break that record easily
Sami and Paul of Youtube channel "SaltyWaterTackle" took their chance to go popping for GT's in Hawaii with Charles of GT Fight Club. They were also joined by popping legend Pat Victorino and Ladd of GT Fight Club.
American angler Guido Rahr poses with this gorgeous 34 kg (75 lb) taimen (Hucho taimen) that he recently caught and released on an expedition to Eastern Russia, while fishing the Konin River. Rahr needed approximately 30 minutes to land the massive taimen, after it crushed the custom fly he was casting. If approved, the catch would earn Rahr the new men’s 10 kg (20 lb) tippet class world record, which currently stands at 30.4 kg (67 lb).
Angler Mike Stolte struggles to hold this massive muskellunge (Esox masquinongy) that he caught and released on September 4th, while fishing the famed St. Lawrence River outside of Ontario, Canada. Stolte needed several minutes to subdue the potential record musky, after the fish crushed the large wooden crankbait he was fishing. Measuring out at 133 cm (52.5 inches), Stolte’s fish will potentially tie the current All-Tackle Length world record, which stands at 132 cm (52 inches). Source: www.igfa.org