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.
This brave dog takes his chances with a shark and drags it to shore.
This Dutch guy hand feeds a Pike which he estimated to be around 110cm in a beautiful part of the Netherlands.
Check out this cute little duck feeding the fish!
Every year grizzly bear families in North America depend for their survival on a spectacular natural event: the return of hundreds of millions of salmon from the Pacific Ocean to the mountain streams where they were born. In a TV first, underwater cameras record the ingenuity and fancy footwork they use to collect dead salmon from the bottom of deep pools.
This is John Wilson on Go Fishing catching a fairly decent sized Catfish in unusual circumstances. Funniest thing is John is using his new 3ft stalking rod! I wounder if he sold many?
This is little Tedster catching his first fish. Tedster has his own channel on YouTube so if you like this you’ll love his channel.
If you ever wanted to know the quickest way to land Carp, this is how.
Is this believable? I’m really not sure if it’s faked or not?
I hereby name Bill Dance as the fishing blooper king! This guy is so funny I often watch this multiple times because it’s hilarious. All of his bloopers are of equal hilarity it’s hard to pick a favorite.