MASSIVE Bullseye Snakehead Drags Me Across Canal



Welcome to Inshore Slam! Today I went fishing for Bullseye Snakehead in South Florida. I pulled out an ABSOLUTE MONSTER this video, make sure to watch through the end. Remember to leave a like! 👍
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7 Responses

  1. lui says:

    i live in broward i would love to catch sum but idk abt any locations

  2. Pat Parker says:

    WOW, what a catch. Your amazing!

  3. Man I can only catch tilapia as exotics and I would love to catch a snake

  4. Thomas Smith says:

    Nice snakes! I love those things

  5. Dam, you are slaying them, I wish I lived in Broward county, over here in Sarasota the only exotics we have are tilapia and Mayan chiclids.

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