Finding and catching lobsters can be one of the most enjoyable aspects of spearfishing and your time in the water. Not only are they exceptional to eat, but the ladies love a man who can put lobster on the table....every week!
Ths being the case we have one of NSW's most experienced and skilled lobster hunters, James Sakker, to guide you through all there is to know about lobsters and how how to catch them.
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Finding and Shooting the elusive Mulloway or Jewfish can be one of the hardest things for a spearfisherman to tickoff the 'Bucket List'. Knowing just where to look and how to approach and shoot these fish are what every spearo wants to know. So when James Sakker, an accomplished Jewfish hunter, offers some tips and a video on how to go about the business of catching Jewies, he has everyone's attention.
Make sure you watch this video more than twice paying attention to the terrain, depth and techniques used.
After a great day in the ocean the laststep is to clean and prepare your catch ready for the table.
To do this, you can gut and gill your fish then scale it if cooking whole, or youcan fillet and debone your fish to be used in other recipes bone free.
In the following video put together by The Gourmet Hunters Team, Alex and Andy, you will see Andy process a nice sized Black Drummer ready for dinner. Enjoy!
More instructional videos are coming soon!
How to Fillet a Fish