Thread: Jet Ski Fishing Goes Prime Time!
05-28-2012, 08:41 PM #1
Jet Ski Fishing Goes Prime Time!
I was fortunate to be filmed in Poquoson Virginia and offshore of Cape Hatteras for three days last week for an upcoming episode on TV. I am told It will air sometime in the next three months. The producers of the show asked that I do not give any details or post pictures until after it has been broadcast. I can say that I had a great time and caught fish! Tony and Wally of Atlantic Bait and Tackle of Virginia Beach along with Capt. Clifton Parker of Big Easy Charters in Cape Hatteras were the mother ship and camera boat. I will put up a lot of pictures and details when I can.
I was on my ski three days in a row in North Carolina and then another three this weekend in the Chesapeake Bay with my wife. The new Yamaha FXHO's ran great, we put over 30 hours and almost 500 miles on them in 6 days.
As I said I can not show pictures of the show now but here are some pictures I took this weekend around the Bay.
05-28-2012, 08:46 PM #2
Congrats are in order for you, Brian. Thanks for furthering & spotlighting an emerging sport of which you are a major pioneer and ambassador.
05-28-2012, 09:43 PM #3
Wow... Again, great pictures!!!! Really amazing what you can do with a camera, Brian..... Nice Job!
05-29-2012, 05:31 AM #4
Great job can't wait to see it on TV. Now that you had some time on the ski can you tell us how the ride is with that new deep-vee hull?
05-29-2012, 11:57 AM #5
Make sure you let us know when it airs, definitely want to catch that one.
05-29-2012, 03:26 PM #6
Can you say what network or channel to look for it? Or maybe name of show?
05-31-2012, 05:36 AM #7
Thanks for the replies. As soon as I can put up more details I will. The 2012 FXHO's ran and performed great! Even with all the extra fuel, pipework and gear. We had trying sea conditions with waves and swells up to 10 ft. Going through Hatteras Inlet was like a washing machine. A couple hours after we came in on the last day a 24 ft boat capsized trying to come in the inlet.
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