They get his biggest cars and if you're not careful, you can easily get pulled overboard. The biggest Goliath grouper wins the challenge.
Let's do it two goals today. Instead of just the one finish on the podium, don't get pulled in by a Goliath grouper in the water.
Hey was that hard, It's the hardest thing I've ever done in my entire life only josh's opinions on the size of the fish. He's going to the other side of the boat to get a good look, and he will give our rolling on the size of the grouper.
Look at the colors he crack 100. Maybe buck twenty-five maybe. That's the prettiest Goliath I've seen perfect for Cody.
I think one of us is going to pull a big fish out and hey you know what if it's cubs. I'd be so good out on the open water.
I've requested an unassisted run uh only help will be from Josh up front unless we desperately need it. I just want to make sure everybody understands what's happening here.
Ty's Rod is connected to his belt so if that fish pulls him in, it's pulling him straight underwater, and he has to use a knife to cut the belt on. So uh I'm sure the guys will happily strap on another fish for me.
No, we're going to do a quick huddle. Here's what I'll say if he can apologize and say that his pride kept him from landing that fish because he wanted to go by himself.
If and only if you are willing to say that I Tyler Tony let my pride get in the way and decided to land the fish all by myself. I Tyler Tony managed to let pride get in the way of my fish and I sorrowful regret that decision you are you still doing it by yourself.
I'm going to give this fish in all humility 325. Oh yeah, so Ty took it hurts me, but uh he reeled in a bigger fish, and he did it all by himself, which honestly, if we were tied, gotta give him time.
1 year guy is this the day The twenty win is in play for I would argue in a championship like this. I think the day out of twenty you get the dub.
He let a huge giant off right at top water and that hurts we've decided that we will also give you a second turn. Yeah, alright in the bait.
This fish is closing in on 400 pounds. Kobe Oh, my goodness I can stand and clap because I only have to stand and clap once a year well done.
It is my duty to give Kobe Cottons the golden fishing rod. You can't even paint when you win one battle a year you don't get to choose how your trophies are.
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While diving in 80-foot deep waters off the coast of Jupiter, Florida, spear fisherman Arif Saber had a standoff with a seemingly fearless and ferocious goliathgrouper, which Grind TV estimated was 300- to 400-pounds. Saber had just caught a lesser amber jack with his spearfish gun, he told Grind TV, when he noticed the large grouper eyeing him and closing the distance in between them.
The video, shot by his wife using a GoPro 3, shows the hefty fish as he nips at the man's flipper, tearing it off, and then goes straight for his catch with its powerful jaw. But, even if the diver wasn't familiar with that specific size of this type of fish, Goliath groupers have been known to roam western Atlantic waters near Florida.
One of the tastiest and most famous fish of the sea, GoliathGrouper, is the largest form of the species of Grouper. These fishes weigh up to 900 pounds, making them very difficult to catch.
Red Grouper : These fishes are found in and around the Florida coasts. These fishes prefer to live in rocky areas where there are a lot of holes and caves.
They use these caves and holes to make it their home and hide if they sense any form of danger. These fishes are very lonely and prefer to live in very deep waters, from 20 to 200 meters.
They are massive and very strong, with some fishes being a meter in length and 300kgs in weight. They are known to have big mouths with very distinct lips and brown bodies with white spots.
They have very powerful jaws, which they used to hunt small fishes and octopuses for their food. Now the thing is, due to their size and difficulty to catch them, more often than not, when you manage to catch them, the pressure created due to their size and strength of their resistance, can break their skeletal system and hence killing them.
During winter, ranging from September to March is the perfect time to fish groupers. That is because, during the summer, they usually reside deep in some cave or hole underwater.
Due to their size and strength, conventional fishing techniques cannot be used to catch a GoliathGrouper. On the other hand, having all the best and the right equipment will also not help you to win the battle against a grouper.
When you go to buy a lure, you must check if it is ideal for deep trolling or not. This kind of trolling with lures like butterfly jigs, feathers, or anything which can mimic a shellfish can attract a Grouper and is very effective.
This is very effective because, once the Grouper comes out of its shelter to take a bite, they are so far off their home that once caught, and they cannot swim back in. Frozen and natural baits such as squids, sardines, pinkish, grunts, blue runners, white mullet, squirrel fish, etc.
If you use light or less strong tackles, there will be chances to break off, which will be a problem for both you and the fish. When it comes to line and fishing Goliath Groupers, you must use monofilament instead of braid.
Goliath Groupers are caught using live or dead bait with an artificial lure. These fishes are very strong and are keen to hide in their homes when they sense danger.
To do that, you just anchor somewhat close to a cave, wreck, or reef where groupers usually reside. Now all you have to do is to bounce off your bait the bottom so that these fishes can hear the sound.
Make sure you do not anchor too far away from the reefs to prevent the Goliath Groupers from returning to their home because if you are too far, they will never come out to your lure. Many factors go into catching a Goliath grouper, but technique, equipment, and intelligence are the most important aspects.
Now, what are you waiting for, go get the right equipment and take a buddy, because trust us you will need the additional strength, and go off to the nearby reef and catch a GoliathGrouper ! Growing up on the south shore of Long Island, Chum Charlie has always had a passion for fishing.