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2018: Top 3 Kinds of Fishing You Must Do

2018: Top 3 Kinds of Fishing You Must Do

Oh, oh, oh! Here we go! Here we go! [Mike] Oh, it dropped, it dropped– So now we’re going to be talking about the three fish I would recommend for this year, 2018, that you must try. One, two, three, ~ Happy New Year! ~ Happy 2018. 2017 was awesome. Yeah, we did a lot, we did, like, a lot of weird product reviews, like the chum bucket rig, the self-setting rod, we broke a lot of stuff…
[Daniel] Oh!! OWHH! OW–OWHH! But 2018 is going to be even better because this year we’re focusing on you guys, we want to help as many people as possible, hook up on their first fish, hook up on more fish, we want to help you guys get on some more fish this year. That’s what we’re focusing on. We’re also, we’re primarily going to be focusing on beach fishing and salt water fishing this year. Now, I understand that not everyone here is from the east coast, a lot of you guys are international, a lot of you guys are from the west coast, but a lot of these fishing methods will apply, it’s-it’s not– just because it’s not the same fish doesn’t mean the techniques won’t work for the fish in your area. Get your surf fishing rods and get ready ’cause this year’s going to be awesome. Today we’re going to help you guys out by showing you three kinds of fish that we really think you should try targeting in this next coming year. Starting with #1 The bluefish. [indistinct talking] Brendon’s on it. Now so long as you bring that baby up… Whoo! (Whoohoo!!!) The bluefish are frikkin crazy. Okay? Let me tell you, I know a lot of people call them junk fish but they are the #2 fish to catch, besides uh, stripers in this area right here. Um, we caught a lot of bluefish in the Deleware Indian River Inlet, during the spring time last year, um, and that’s in a few months coming up, um, so get your rods ready because the bluefish are coming soon, and they’re pretty easy to catch, what you really need is something shiny, a little, shiny, metal lure, or a bucktail, or cut bait, bluefish are vicious, and they’ll really hit anything that’s in front of them, as long as it’s either shiny or it smells like fish. Biggest blue I think I’ve ever caught. Ha ha ha! Alright, #2 So after the spring time, it’s getting pretty hot, it’s actually getting really hot out– Like, too hot for a lot of fish to bite. Yeah, like too hot for a lot of the big fish to be around, However, shark fishing is going to be really great this year, So, the summer heat, a lot of the sharks in Florida are real close in to the surf, and um, we discovered this last year, we were seeing so many sharks from the surf, um, that it was-it was just like shooting fish in a barrel. So we were in Florida and we met these two dudes who who were pretty good at shark fishing, we had never shark fished before, and they showed us how to do it and it was frikkin awesome, and we want you guys to try this as well. [Mike] There you go, there you go! Reel! Reel! Reel! Reel! There you go!
Aaaargh!! [Mike] Reel!
[Evan] No, no, no, no! [Mike] Reel! He got it, he got it, let him go, he got it, he got it. There you go! Shark!
[Brendon] What do I do!? Right! Go! Reel it, baby! Let’s go! We got a shark on, baby!
[Brendon] Aaargh!! We got a shark on! [Evan] No! No! Don’t reel! Only reel if he come in! There you go, go! Follow him! Follow him, follow him! Follow him down the beach! There you go, baby! You’ve got a shark on! It feels like I’m hooked on to a small car right now and it’s taking me for a ride. The only chance I have is letting it fight and then reeling in the slack. When fighting big fish, it’s a game of tug-of-war, if you pull too hard, the line will snap. The shark is driving me down the beach, and towards the inlet. [Mike laughing] Bring him in! [Evan] That’s what we come to sebastian for. [all laughing] Careful, careful! [Mike] Prrrr!
[Evan] Yeah! There we go!
We did it! Whoo!
Our first blacktip! Now, the hard part about shark fishing is you need to have the right equipment, or a shark’s power will literally strip your reel and snap your line. So 1) Learn how to properly handle a shark so you don’t hurt the shark and you don’t hurt yourself. 2.) If you haven’t done shark fishing ever before, go with someone else, preferably who has done shark fishing before, and 3.) Make sure you have heavy, strong gear, because sharks are strong. Let’s put it back in. How do you–how do you unhook this? Aaargh! Did it hit you in the nuts?
It smacked him. It’s alright, I feel these–I feel them a lot of times. Just pull the nose up if you could. Like this?
You’re good, you’re good. Oh, my god! Look at his teeth! Get that GoPro in there! Has anyone watching this ever caught a shark? Because this was our first time! Lax!
Nice! Alright, hook’s out.
Okay, let’s get it back. Tail him back in. Hold this. Ready? Be careful, be careful! Get him out there into the surf! Get him out there into the surf! Okay, #3. The 3rd fish that I would recommend this year, is during the fall/ winter time, it’s getting cold right after the summer, um, there’s a fish called the Tog, or the blackfish, this fish is pretty fun to catch, it’s honestly one of my favorite fishes to catch because the bite so frequently. [Erin laughing] Yay.
[Woah!] [Woah!]
Sand fleas!
Ha ha, hey. Nice, look at that hookset! Let me see. Perfectly. Right through the cheek. Wow. The hard part about tog fishing is not getting them to bite, but getting them up, because as soon as they bite your sand flea, they’ll run themselves into-under a rock or they’ll run themselves into the coral, and snag you up. so what you really need is a fast reel and a powerful rod, a long rod that you can just yank them straight up and reel. Check out our videos. Okay, this is why I like using sand fleas. It is they are very quick, you don’t have to cut them up, you just take two of them put it on the hook one, two, you don’t need to cut it and trim it, it’s not messy, and it’s a lot quicker. Ahhh, that was very fast. Well, let’s see if they bite. Let’s see which one gets more bites. What the–? Aaargh, it snagged me up. It was quick though! See? They’re hiding–! They’re hiding in, like under rocks, basically, they see the bait, they take it, and then they run back under the rock and snag you up. Erin! That’s a big one! Come on, Brendon.
Aaaargh! Come on. Oooh! Don’t! Don’t! Don’t! Don’t! Don’t! Don’t! Don’t! Don’t! Don’t! Stop! Stop! Stop! Stop! Stop!
Okay, I’m stopping, I’m stopping. Come on! Come on! Tell me it’s still there. Still there? Uh huh. Ahhh! Don’t let him get away, man! Woahh!
Slob. Huh? Slob. Nice!
Absolute slob. That thing pulled hard, man! Absolute slob.
First hookset. I hooked it on the first bump, like you said, Gage. Look! He would have gotten you snagged but your weight broke off. So these 3 fish are just suggestions as to what you should try, I had a ton of fun catching these fish and I really think that these fish are are relatively easy to catch, you gotta put a little bit of time into it, but it’s not, it’s not something that’s impossible to do, especially if you’re on the east coast. For those of you who are international or who are from not from the east coast, um, let us know what kind of fishing you do, a lot of these fishing methods that we talk about are not just for the east coast, and they’re universal for all beaches around the world um, so just because we’re talking about a fish that you haven’t seen of heard of before, doesn’t mean the techniques will not work in fact, I think that the techniques will still work all around the world. Let us know the kinds of fishing that you like to do, are you primarily fishing on beaches? Do you fish– Where are you fishing? So our goal is not only to help you guys grow as fishermen but as influencers, there’s a lot of people who are subscribed to our channel who have their own youtube channel, and they’re trying their best to reach as many people and help them learn about fishing themselves, now, it’s not an easy task, it’s something that really requires a lot of thinking and a lot of strategy, um, so we have compiled together a free PDF to show you guys how to grow your own youtube channel and start influencing your own crowd and community for yourself. Yeah, that’s what we’re all about is getting people to go outside go explore so you can get this PDF that we created um, at the link below Yep, check the link below, you can get a free PDF if you really, really are serious about this and you’ve been thinking, “I really need to “explode my channel this year, I really want to explode my channel this year,” we have a step-by-step guide that will take you through our entire process and um, it’s really, really beneficial, if you’re interested in creating yourown videos and really growing a big community, check out this step-by-step guide Thank you guys for watching, we love you guys, and we’ll see you next week!

100 thoughts on “2018: Top 3 Kinds of Fishing You Must Do

  1. The best part about my area (long island) is that you can basically do all of these. Shark fishing is tough but you can do it. Blues and blackfish are pretty good here though

  2. Hey guys. Happy new years and love the channel. Anytime I'm not on the water I watch your videos. I'm from south east Tennessee and have some of the best freshwater fishing around. If your ever in the area its a great place to hook up with some true monsters with SENKOS actually being or #1 lure. I'm looking forward to next weeks show. I've never tried fishing the ocean but its #1 on my list this year. You guys ate an inspiration. Keep up the good work.

  3. Hey guys. Thanks for the vid. I usually fish the great South Bay Long Island.and some lakes and streams around the area. I’ve been fishing since I was a kid but just recently I have become addicted to fishing.all the info on the internet including you two have brought me to a bdifferent understanding of the sport. I feel like my eyes are open now and my techniques are done with purpose not just luck. I love your videos and really appreciate your time and knowledge. Thanks again

  4. Happy new year I fish on land dock and my boat I like to catch Black Sea bass striped bass and bluefish and fluke

  5. Happy new yr to you both that calm bait you rave on about is unfortunately unavailable to uk fishermen and tried to see if i can get hold of it to try over on uk shoreline any help with getting any be much appreciated

  6. Really disappointed. It so NOT Cool to Target sharks..many are endangered. Thought you were supposed to be into conservation ??

  7. You should come to new zealand and do some surfcasting we catch 30lb+ snapper and kingfish up to 60lb off the beach with quite big gear (14ft rods to cast up to 200m) it’s bloody magic mate you have to give it a go at least once in your life

  8. I've caught a few sharks surf fishing a thing I've learned they don't have much stamina. If you can pump them into the shore break try to keep them side on to the beach & waves. The wave action will help you beach the shark ,like any large fish don't let them get the line over their back they will smoke you. If they run along the beach its a plus he's side on that's where you want him .Tight lines .Think you need to add Golden snapper to your list guys . Happy new year guys .

  9. If I ever make it down your way I would love to take vacation and spend it with you and Erin! To meet a girl who loves fishing! Would you to teach me for a week on vacation? God Bless and thank you for all your time and effort!

  10. I Enjoy watching your videos but think you should show people how to clean the fish for those that take one home for dinner. I enjoy eating Bluefish but they need to be cleaned correctly and cooked properly to get the best flavor from them.

  11. I fish in. Ohio! Lol, I watch all your videos! I just bought a lot of products from Salt Clam! Can’t wait to use it!

  12. You need to add cobia to the list. Pier and kayak accessible in Virginia and North Carolina. Plus, this past summer the cobia worked up past PLO.

  13. I can't even do saltwater fishing where I live. Only fresh and brackish water sut hey, atleast I hava a reason to travel

    Still enjoying saltwater videos more than freshwater

  14. Happy New Year! I love your videos. I'm also from Maryland. I frequent some of the places you fish. Maybe I'll see you out there one of these days. You guys have helped inspire me to start my channel this year. I like salt and freshwater fishing from the shore and boat. I've recently gotten into kayak fishing. Tog are one of my favorite fish to catch and eat. I hope to catch more this year. I tend to feed them a lot. I look forward to seeing your new videos.

  15. Love your passion towards fishing, I think it's too late for you now, your hooked!!
    Great videos, good vibe, my compliments.

  16. Tips for keeping blue fish to eat. Bleed it and ice straight away. Taste so much better. And has less blood running through the meat.

  17. Senior I'm from third world country can you give me your broken rod for free our house was burn down I lost all my rod

  18. Senko can I have ur broken rod I belong to a 3rd world country it's expensive to buy new i lost all my rod when our house burn down

  19. I go fishing a lot with my father but I can never hook the fish I get bites and the rod tip goes up and down but I can never hook the fish, I run a paternoster rig 2 hooks 20 pound and plus I'm on the pier any help would be appreciated

  20. Need to come check out Monterey Bay for Fishing and if you do come link up with us,if it's After April 1st I believe we can hit a charter boat and if it's before we have spots we can show you. Check Us out Savage Fish'N Crew on Facebook Instagram and YouTube Savage FishN Crew Thanks and #KeepItSavage

  21. Hey guys. Love all your videos. Really helped me come into my own on the technical side. Live in NJ near the beautiful beaches of central jersey. Can’t for for season to come back in warm weather. If you or anyone wants to set up some weekend trips. I’d love the help with the experience and learning hands on. Just started last year. 🙂

  22. I love you guys contents 🙂 I suggest going down to the keys sometime and catch some pompano or permit but make sure you check the regulations.

  23. Senpai Senko! Miss Senpai Senko!! Can you teach me how to catch a girlfriend! They tell me in my home land that plenty of fish in sea, but I only catch weed. 🙂

  24. I'm still figuring out when to pull! I feel the nips but can't get fish. I lose my baits frequently by not knowing the bite feeling. Today lost lots of worms for nips. Kept pulling out nothing. Got only 3 lil fish! How do I know when to hook?

  25. I love your guys videos I live in Long Island and I have a small company called Point hooker bucktails I would love to send you guys some products to try out and maybe give a short review if you would

  26. Hello senko! A fan from philippines. Keep it up guys! Hoping more catch and fun year.
    Where can i get those shirt???😁

  27. We fish at Laguna Beach, Panama City, Fla. ….. We catch a TON of smaller sharks. 10lbs or less. Going to be there again the first week of June, hoping for something bigger this time.

  28. What about trying to fish unlikely fishing conditions (down pour , REALLY windy , low tides , high tides , incoming tides , out going tides , very hot temperatures 98+, shores to piers)

  29. I started salt water fishing in 2017 in New Jersey. While looking for vids to learn from, I came across your channel. Subscribed and hit the bell too. I have no luck with lures but have with live or chunk bait fish from a jetty. I use a 4 ft casting net for small finger mullet as live bait. I really need to learn with lures. I will try my luck in the spring with some shiny spoons. If you ever get up to New Jersey would love to fish with you guys. Thank you for doing what you do… You're channel inspires me…

  30. Vancouver Island BC in Canada. Salmon and English sole all year round. Very slow in the winter. Love the videos. So happy about native salt clam shipping internationally now.

  31. Hi.. i am from Australia.i have been for fishing many times but i always get Bream and Flathead fish. Can you please show me the setup to get Salmon ?

  32. hey guys like the video clips. I live on the big island of Hawaii. We/I fish from shore. rocks, cliffs, harbors. our set up are quite different. no too far off from others. but we use long rods. because we have alot of reef n easily get cut off. for small fish 3 pounds n under I use an okuma hawaiian custom 13' rod paired with a daiwa 4000 size reel. im currently running 8# test braid. mostly for casting distance. egg lead to a Barrell swivel connected to 12# clear mono for leader about 2' shorter than the rod. so 11' long leader. to a hook or a fly. we also do plugging with stick baits n poppers for ULUA (giant trevally) and we also do slide baiting for giant trevally. it's a super big thing here on the islands n been around for generations. there's some videos on YouTube that you can look up if you want to. it woyld be under (slide baiting for ulua) or (plugging for ulua) also (whipping on the big island) thank for the video.

  33. hello..guys..this is the best fishing YouTube channel ever…well done ..continue the hard work..plus ,you are a good people…im from Algeria ,and, i just start fishing here in Mediterranean sea .i am going to use a small inflatable boat..i would love for you guys to show me how to fish this way..i am very unlucky fisherman…i never caught a big fish..thanks again..peace

  34. Hi, I'm from Cape Town, South Africa. ..I'm definitely hooking into some shark fishing in our summer months…we have some monsters here.

  35. Hi i fish i Roatan Bay Islands (Honduras) can you google it and give me some tips please, i used mono but now im turning to braided line i think i could be better now im using 8k 30 pnd braided line its very thin i think it would be great, now i make my own rigs i learn it on your video. Thanks guys you are awesome.

  36. Love teses videos. Going to Oceano dunes at the end of the month. Does anyone have any hot spots or tips? Let me know. Thank you.

  37. Erin can you leave a link to where you got the music 2 minutes and 20 seconds in the vid please i am a huge fan and great vids keep up the good work!!!

  38. Just got back from vacation at Bethany Beach Delaware. ..first time fishing the inlet and snagged every time! We eventually moved to the beach north of the inlet and caught some black tipped sharks! Really wish I had watched this video before my vacation. ..thanks for your insight. ..love the videos!

  39. One thing you could do. Give a little background of fish you know : where they are mainly found (what ocean / cold or hot waters) just like the « where /when » you included in the video. You published the fishing kit . Make your channel a reliable source of fish background.

  40. I live in Brazil and love your videos, but unfortunelly this year I moved to the countryside due my work and now I live a bit far from the coast.
    I like fishing for the wolf fish (Hoplias spp.), peacock bass, and now I'm into tenkara fishing (traditional japanese fly fishing metod of using flies with a fishing pole with no reel), all try to catch as many species as possible with this last metod, what I've caught most with it is tilapia

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