Just some fun fishing fails!
I’ve finally seen it all, a cat sharing a bath with a fish. I’m actually lost for words, so much about this video just doesn’t make sense.
Why did the fish cross the road? Probably because of a flood. Help that poor bugger!
This guy has modified a baby’s bottle and filled it with Koi fish food to see if the would feed straight from the bottle. All the Koi in this guys pond are between 4 and 7 years old and weigh between 20 to 30 lbs.
These two guys were called over by another angler who had spotted a Musky which had bitten off a bit more than it could chew. They found the Musky floating on the surface with a giant Sheephead stuck in it’s mouth. They managed to save the Musky after a few minutes of trying to pull the Sheephead from it’s jaws.
This clever little bird seems to have picked up the skill of fishing. In a similar way to how us humans fish, this bird puts out the bait on the surface of the water and sits tight for a few seconds before landing himself some fry.
Dave, a keen RC heli flyer, risks his $450, E-Flite Blade 400 helicopter to see if it’s possible to use a helicopter to fish with. The battery on these models only last about 6 minutes, so Dave didn’t have too much time on his hands.
If your wondering why the down force of the helicopter doesn’t seem to scare the fish, it’s because where Dave lives is usually pretty windy so the few ripples on the surface this helicopter makes is nothing compared with what the weather brings most days to the Sand Pit Pond.
As usual in the wild, a mother will give birth to a number of offspring but like in many cases not all of them will survive. This is just the harsh reality of mother natures food chain…
The Bombardier is back with his latest Bang On! Guide, showing you how to get a bevy of beauties hanging off the end of your rod in one of Britain’s most loved sports – fishing.
So grab your tackle and cast your eyes over his new video – The Bang On! Guide to Fishing! It’s all you need to have fish the world over waving wet, white flags.
We’re not sure where this footage was filmed or even which species of fish are jumping into the boat. The only thing we can tell you is that certain lights will attract the microscopical fish in the water, which will be shortly followed by the rest of the aquatic food chain. Our guess is that these fish are jumping for their lives from larger predators.