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Friday, June 3, 2011 - 9:33pm

H&H OUTDOORS

H&H OUTDOORS

Yesterday, today, and tomorrow we got four guys on the boat that film for their fishing and hunting show based out of New York. We wanted to do a little of everything with these guys so they could get some great video footage and capture some of the stuff we do on a day to day basis. We started off yesterday in the harbor for a few hours playing with some 100+ pound Tarpon. First bait back, what do you know, a 125 pound fish. Thats pretty much how the day went. Made a drift, hooked a fish, fought the fish, release, and repeat. We hooked 6 fish all over 100 pounds and got some unreal video of the action.    Today we started out in the bluewater looking for Mahi. This was super productive. There were birds working every where we looked and nice grass lines spread out from 200 to 500 feet. The first three fish to the boat were big enough to put the gaff in, weighing about 10 pounds each, maybe a little under, definitely quality fish. We threw back a few smaller fish and kept a few smaller ones. Next we ran into the pronounced color change to look for Sailfish. We had live Pilchards out and were power drifting them with the current. This to was very productive for the amount of time we spent doing it. We hooked, fought, and released a Sailfish and pitched a bait to another one that wouldn't eat. The Bonitos were thick and if they weren't such a good fight on light tackle they would have almost been a bother. Unfortunately we didn't see any Tuna mixed in with Bonitos, as they are just as fun to fight but also actually great to eat too. We were near a wreck we like to fish so we decided to set up and play around with some Muttons and Sharks. Everything we caught was on strips of dead Bonito we cut up. Not only did we catch two nice Muttons for dinner we fought a 180 pound Caribbean Reef Shark for nearly an hour. Today really was non stop action and now we have some amazing video from the guys of H and H Outdoors to prove it.