The boys took out Tom Rowland, of Saltwater Experience, fishing for wahoo. Using red meat chunks, they chummed in these elusive pelagic fish and got some unbelievable underwater footage of wahoo eating the chunks. This was filmed in Key West during the full moon of October.
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Wahoo are related to mackerels and live in tropical and subtropical waters worldwide. Wahoo tend to travel solo, but are sometimes found in small nomadic schools of migrating fish. They are prized nomadic game fish due primarily to their speed, epic fighting action and of course, delicious dining quality.
The IGFA world record wahoo was 184 pounds, but they are more commonly 40 to 50 pounds and live for around 5 to 6 years. Wahoo are known to reach speeds up to 60 mph and are considered among the fastest pelagic species. Because of their incredible speed, they are capable of capturing a wide range of prey, including various types of bait fishes and squid.
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The 4th Of July is a great time to have a hearty meal with friends and family and enjoy a firework show. One of my favorite things to do is cook steak on the 4th of July. Below is a recipe for Reverse Sear Steak and it has been shown by my friends and family to be a favorite meal!
This is a super easy party dish and works phenomenally with my Big Green Egg grill, your 4th of July party guests will love these so be sure to make a lot of them! The Lemon Pepper Smoked Wings can be made by taking 24 fresh wings and cut them into 2 pieces. To season, cover the wings in lemon pepper and smoke the wings at 250 degrees for 2 hours. Then coat the wings in BBQ sauce and turn up heat to 375 until the BBQ sauce caramelizes.
The Mercury Active Trim is a GPS, speed based, automatic engine trim system. This responds to the weather around you responding to the weather conditions around you and fuel economy. Now the engine will set the trim for you so you no longer have to. I know many guys who don’t even use their trim because they don’t want to deal with it. The trim is super important for leveling the boat off and saving on fuel - that is why this invention is so awesome.
The newest edition to the Scales gear family is the Fisherman Board Shorts, made my fisherman for fisherman. One of my favorite features is the padded waste band - when we are fishing all day long with spinning tackle, fighting the fish is just the beginning. Then you have to fight the pain of when it hits you in the hip. Scales built protection right in for that exact situation. There is also a built in plier pocket with polyester so the pliers don’t get jammed up - aside from that they are extremely comfortable. Check them out!
S11:E12 - “Dolphin Show” (2019)
Capt Steve Rodger and Capt Scott Walker find the treasure of Mahi in the Florida Keys.
S11:E11 - “Tuna On A Sub” (2019)
Tuna congregate over a wrecked submarine and Captains Steve and Scott bring them to the surface.
S11:E10 - “Sandbar Sharks” (2019)
An overabundance of sharks makes life more difficult for Capt. Scott Walker & Capt. Steve Rodger.
S11:E9 - “Bottom Fishing KW Mutton Snappers” (2019)
Capt. Steve Roger and Capt. Scott Walker head west of Key West to fish for giant Mutton Snapper.