Drift: a slow and gradual movement or change from one place...see what we discover in the waters of Mexico, Nicaragua and Panama.
A spearfishing trip begins the second you start thinking about it...daydreaming and planning. I enjoy the whole experience. Before you know it, you are on the road in a foreign country on the search for your next captain.
The video has two parts. Part 1 is the build up and being on the road. @3:40 Part 2 is the underwater and spearfishing. Enjoy!
We cover 160 miles of California's Pacific Ocean, from the beaches north of Point Conception to the Southern Channel Islands to freedive spearfish and enjoy the occasional surf. We often dream about our adventures...see what our dreams are made of and discover foxes, blowholes, sand pipers, scallops, lobster, underwater caves, urchin covered reefs, kelp canopies, moray eels, calicos, sheephead, stingrays, and the elusive white sea bass.
I enjoy every minute of the summer, knowing the winter is around the corner and the big White Sea Bass will quickly disappear. Come with me to quietly cruise the kelp to see what we can find. Watch a variety of shots on WSB - surface shots, using a reel with personal float & espetto shots.
What an epic summer for spearfishing Yellowtail! The ocean temperatures were consistently above seventy degrees with forty to eighty feet of visibility. Most kelp beds were full of bait and large schools of Yellowtail. Watch a variety of shots on YT – running with the reel line as I try to prevent the massive Black Sea Bass from stealing our fish!
Come with us to discover reef structure with an abundance of lobsters. We hunt in teams to stir the lobsters from their holes and quickly grab them before they bury themselves into another hole. Watch us intercept lobsters before they slip through our fingertips!