We’ve found an enormous feeding frenzy right off the coast! and we’re casting our spoons, casting our plugs, and nailing fish one after another! We’re out fishing with our friend, Thihn, right now, throwing spoons and other lures off this pier. We’ve come on the right day, and the right time, because there is a feeding frenzy going on! Today I’m going to show you guys how I use a spoon! We are at an inlet right now in Florida, and, um, I– We see bluefish popping out there, and, basically, bluefish will hit anything. So, just because I’m throwing a spoon doesn’t mean that’s what you gotta use, there’s so many different things you can use– popper, topwater, spoons, swim baits–anything will hit it, but what I like to do for the spoon is… Cast it way out there… and just start reeling, quick, reel in quick, then stop. Reel in quick… and then stop. If one way’s not working, try different methods… but the spoon is a great way to cover a whole bunch of water. (James) That’s mine! That’s half my fish, okay? OK… (Michael) We’ll make sushi out of it, OK? Watch out! Watch out, Erin! (There ya go! Put him on to the cement!) Nice! Alright! (And that was on the spoon!) Yup! Whoo! He engulfed it! Ohh! (That fun?) That was fun! James is on one! (There ya go! Now you can take a picture with that one!) (You don’t need a picture with the other one!) (Wow! That’s a big one!) You caught that on a spoon? Yeah! What’d you catch? Spanish Mackerel. Spanish Mackerel! Wow! He’s got a lot of teeth… How are you fishing the spoon? You just cast it out there, and, um… let ’em drift and then slowly crank it in… and you got slammed? Yeah, I got slammed… (Wow! That is a beautiful fish!) I missed it a couple of times and then I finally got him. Now I’m going to let him go… (Cool!) You like that? Oh yeah! That was fun? That was fun! Ha ha ha! But it doesn’t fight as strong as, um… bluefish, though, bluefish fish much stronger. (Ah…) Yeah… That’s pretty cool! Alright I’m gonna try to get it again! The spoons have been highly productive today, so far we’ve caught three different species on the spoons, and the fish just keep coming. Woah! Two on one popper?! Oh my gosh! Broke the lure right in half… Woah! $15 lure! Woah, that’s, like, a bite mark! Yeah that’s– Right there… Wow! Wow, and there’s a second one right there! On the same lure! (Oh my gosh, that’s…) Not yet…. Oh! There we go! (What the hell?!) It’s ’cause you suck, James! Go that way! You throw one time and you can’t catch any, you stop! (James) You’re not allowed to catch any more, ok? Woah! (It’s a jack!) Jack! (Jack!) Nice! Fun! Fun, fun, fun! On the spoon! As the sun goes down, more fishermen come out, and the jetty quickly becomes very crowded. Our friend Thihn is a local fisherman, and when he catches a bluefish, he’s not happy about it. He doesn’t really care about them, and actually tries to avoid catching them. He’s after snook. He also makes sure to tell me about the local fishing etiquette. (When you cast you have to go back in line.) Oh! There’s a line! Ok, so I cast–? If I cast…? You walk over, and then it’s his turn, and then… ok! Didn’t know that… There’s a line! (Now you know!) (This ain’t yo rock!) Ha ha ha ha ha! This ain’t yo rock! There’s a whole hierarchy! It actually works out well, taking turns. The fishermen essentially cast, and walk forward as they let their lines drift out, and then, usually, by the time they reach the tip of the jetty, they’ve either caught a fish or it’s time to re-cast anyway and they get back in line. Woah! Spoon is so much fun! Ha ha! Nice! Man, I love bluefish! So much fun! There are so many fish here, it’s my turn to finally hook one! Woah! Another one back there! Ha ha ha! Doubled up! This is so cool! I don’t feel it fighting… Oh, oh, oh, woah my gosh! Did you see it jump? Woah! What was that!? What was that? What was that!? I felt it go, like— DURURURURU! Gone? What the—? Is it there? I think so… Oof! There we go! So, I know not a lot of people like catching bluefish, but comment below and tell us what your favorite way to catch bluefish is, ’cause this was a ton of fun for me! Yeah, we’re using the GT Icecream, I got this from Amazon for like, 8 bucks, 8 or 10, something like that– really cheap. but bluefish cannot break this thing! this thing is solid plastic, or whatever material it is. Alright, let’s throw this one back– hold this. As it gets darker, the fishermen around us begin switching their baits out to catch bigger gamefish, and Brendon switches to a topwater. So, I’m just drifty my- my top water out right now. I casted it out as far as I can– You got one? Got a bite? I’m letting it drift out… like, 150 yards… and then I’m going to work it back. Ooh! Holy $#!% that hit like a [email protected]#$%* brick wall! (What was it?) I don’t know, it just slammed it! My top water! That was really cool… Ha! That was really cool! Woah. Is that a bluefish? It’s a bluefish… Stick around for the next episode, where we begin hooking up on some big fish! Thank you guys for watching this video! Don’t forget to like, subscribe, and share this video if ya liked it!