Shark fishing – Catch n Cook! HD

 

On this adventure I went out to a huge saltwater river near my house and caught a juvenile bullshark. After the great fight, I show you how to Fillet, Cook and eat this awesome fish (because they taste amazing). Watch the full video to see it all go down 🙂

Please note these Sharks are not endangered and it is legal in my State of Queensland to catch one per trip as long as it is under 1.5m .
There does seem to be a lot of confusion about Sharks – To say Sharks are endangered is like saying Birds are endangered – not all Birds are endangered and not all Sharks are endangered – but some are and therefore they are protected to save them but others are flourishing or as in this case of the Bullshark in Queensland Australia, it is actually legal to catch for reasons that are decided by Scientists, Marine Biologists and Governmental departments due to their growing numbers and their impact on the local environment and safety for humans – So I hope you understand better now – I definitely do not support Finning and Drift nets and how they are killing Shark species for make up and jewelery etc and will do all I can to stop these things.
Cheers for watching and for your concern, it is very encouraging to think so many people care about animals because I really do too as you all know – thank you for watching – Miller 🙂

Shark Fishing Logan River – Stabbed By Worlds DEADLIEST Fish

 

I go out to The Logan River where I get STABBED by one of the worlds DEADLIEST fish but still manage to catch some Bull sharks.

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The Story: Well over the past few weeks I’ve been searching for Bull Sharks and after traveling to a few different places, using different bait and I had NO LUCK. Then my Uncle Steven told me that one of the best places to catch BULL SHARKS is in the Logan River, and the 2 best baits to use is freshwater eel, or live mullet. So a week later I travelled up to Logan & went fishing with him to try and catch some Bull Sharks so we could show you how to catch and release a Shark. After heading out to the junction of the Logan & Albert Rivers, we threw the anchor down, chucked in the baits and started fishing, and in no time I was hooked up to a BULL SHARK!!
And it seemed like they just kept on coming in… But that’s a different story… enjoy this video and thank you!