The Biggest School of Redfish Ever Captured On Film?
A few weeks ago I posted a Snook video that got shared like crazy on the social networks called “The Biggest School of Snook Ever Captured on Film” (watch it here next).
And even though I was VERY clear that I didn’t think it was the biggest school of Snook in history, I did believe it was the biggest school of Snook ever caught on film (as the title implied).
As you can probably imagine, it received countless comments on Facebook from anglers that claimed to have seen much bigger schools of Snook in the past.
But after I kindly replied back to each person that the headline was a question and not a statement… AND that if they have any video footage of a bigger school of Snook then I will quickly exchange their video for the one on the Salt Strong post…
Let’s just say the original Snook video is still up and taking on any and all challengers.
Well, this week my brother Luke sent me this Redfish video that fits the same criteria as the Snook video: An almost unbelievable school of Redfish, so much so that it is impossible to even gauge the actual amount of reds as they are stacked up so deep, and spread so far.
Amazing Redfish footage from Capt. Paul Sonnen! Thank you for sharing.
Anglers, let me know your thoughts in the comments. Is this the largest school of Redfish on film, or can someone send me a Redfish video that beats it?
I look forward to hearing your thoughts in the comment section below.
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