Fishermen in northeast Thailand were amazed after they caught an enormous catfish weighing an impressive 265lbs. Villagers hauled in the 1.7m-long beast from a river in the Sisaket, northeastern Thailand the night of August 12 where locals crowded round as the catfish was hauled onto scales. Nong Wanwisa, 15, who helped to land the fish said the catch was even more impressive because of recent dry conditions commenting: "This is an extremely delightful moment for us. To catch a Mekong giant catfish this big is very rare. But catching on in a drought period like this year is like doing the impossible." The fish will also land the fishermen a tasty profit after it was hacked up and sold for 45 baht (￡1.21) per pound, or 12,000 baht (￡321) in total. The Mekong giant catfish is a critically endangered species native to the Mekong river basin in Southeast Asia and China. The current world record for the biggest caught is believed to be 650lbs. (Original Title: Thai fishermen catch monster catfish weighing more than a human at 265 lbs)
Five Chinese fishermen caught a 1.8-metre-long grouper in the South China Sea last week. The clip, filmed off the coast of Xiamen City in Fujian Province on May 9, shows a giant grouper being pulled out of the sea and onto a boat by fisherman known only as Lin and his four pals. According to local media, Lin used tuna as a bait to catch the grouper and pulled it up with four other friends in half an hour. The grouper was sold for more than £1,850, Lin said. ++CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: THIS VIDEO HAS BEEN LOOPED++ (Original Title: Chinese fishermen hook 1.8m giant grouper at sea)
YouTuber Viva Frei feeds by hand the giant tarpon of a marina in Florida in this super fun, first-person feature video in which he nearly (sort of) loses an arm. The friendly Canadian also enlists the help of some locals to film his experience in slow motion on an iPhone. In the video, Viva Frei is filmed waiting for the circling tarpon fish to jump up for their dinner. A couple of the fish jump out of the water - huge open mouths at the ready - and try to grab the bait. Viva Frei's arm almost disappears with it. "Daddy, what bit you there?" asks one of his children, pointing at his bloodied arms when he gets back to his family after feeding the tarpon. In the end, Viva Frei not only got bitten by the giant tarpon but also a pelican that was lingering nearby, he explains. "It was an epic experience," he says. The video was filmed at Robbie's Marina, which sustained extensive damage during 2017's Hurricane Irma. (Original Title: POV footage of YouTuber hand-feeding giant tarpon)
Huge bamboo-crafted fish displayed to welcome Chinese New Year A huge fish made of bamboo has been showcased to welcome Chinese New Year in southern China's Wuyuan, Jiangxi province yesterday (February 13). The artist, Shenglin Hong, spent over 20 days to complete the artwork made of thin bamboo pieces. The symbol of fish stands for wealth and success in China and it is commonly used during the celebrations of Chinese New Year.
Fishing Filmed in Independence, Montgomery
米テキサス州で大規模洪水 陸に上がった巨大魚を池に戻す （2017年８月27日）
Footage has emerged of two men taking a grass carp back to a golf course pond after it was stranded in floodwater by Hurricane Harvey. The footage, shot on August 27 in Magnolia, TX, USA, shows a man man carrying the huge fish back to the water. "I was fishing a golf course pond in Magnolia during Hurricane Harvey that was overflowing and notice Blue Gill getting sucked out of the pond," the filmer wrote online. "I wanted to walk the overflow and see if there were bass getting sucked out as well when I saw the grass carp." "I told my nephew to catch it as a joke. I had no idea the fish was so tired from trying to get back to the pond that it would be so easy," he added. The carp was eventually released in the pond.
特別料金 巨大魚ヒット！カヌー転覆する命がけの釣り アメリカ （2017年７月27日）
The Biggest Catch of the Day Occurred on July 27, 2017 / Florida, USA Info: "Two men attempt to catch a giant Goliath Grouper in a canoe. The giant Grouper capsizes the small canoe which flips over but they still continue to catch some mighty big fish."
巨大魚群「ベイト・ボール」発生 オーストラリア （2017年７月11日）
An enormous bait ball swirling through the waters of Ningaloo Reef attracted snorkelers on July 11, including photographer Prue Wheeler. The phenomenon, a huge school of fish, had also appeared at the reef on May 5, when sharks joined them.
特別料金 湖の巨大魚にネズミ科「マスクラット」食べられる アメリカ （2017年６月28日）
Huge Lake Fish Eats Muskrat Occurred on June 28, 2017 / White Bear Lake, Minnesota, USA Info from Licensor: "Sons ages 13 and 10 saw a mysterious fish eating a muskrat in the water."
「脚立釣り」で巨大魚ゲット！ アメリカ （2017年５月14日）
Creative fishermen Adam and Dominic have come up with a unique way to enjoy their favorite past time. The Florida natives love to kayak fish and decided to test out ladder fishing at one of the favorite spots. They came up with the idea in an effort to see more of their surroundings and the results proved successful.
特別料金 加 米親子が巨大魚を釣り上げ！ 1時間以上に渡る激闘
NOW THAT IS A REEL BIG FISH! TEEN CATCHES ONE OF BIGGEST FISH EVER FOUND IN NORTH AMERICA A teenager has nabbed one of the biggest fish ever found in North America - a whopping 900lb white sturgeon. Paul Jarvis, 19, battled for more than an HOUR as he reeled in his 11ft 10" monster catch with the help of his dad Ron. The pair, from Atlanta in Georgia, USA, travelled to Fraser River in British Columbia, Canada, for their first fishing trip together. After measuring the beast, guides from Great River Fishing Adventures tagged the protected fish before releasing it back into the wild. Paul said: "In the first few minutes I had it on the line I couldn't believe the weight and power of the fish. "I'm a big guy but could barely hold on to the rod let alone begin to reel the fish.
ダイバーに突進した巨大魚 撮影地不明 2013年６月23日
This diver was having a close encounter with a giant fish. However, the wild animal became agitated when he moved his hands around too much. The fish ended up attacking him, but it swam away when he gently pushed it away.
Amazing slow motion footage of hand-feeding a giant fish We went to a place called Robbies Marina in Islamorada Florida to hand feed giant Tarpon. I captured this absolutely spectacular slow-motion moment of the Tarpon leaping out of the water to snatch the fish out of the tourist's hand! This is the incredible moment a giant tarpon fish leapt out of the water to snatch a minnow from a tourist's hand. The remarkable slow motion footage, captured in Islamorada, Florida on Monday, shows the enormous fish rise out of the water and close its mouth around the tourist's entire hand before sinking back down into sea. Tarpon are considered one of the great saltwater game fishes. They are prized not only because of their great size, but also because of the fight they put up and their spectacular leaping ability. ++CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: THIS VIDEO HAS BEEN LOOPED++