This week’s video is from the Australian Youngbloods spearfishing lifestyle YouTube channel.  To roam free is the ultimate feeling, to visit places that have not really been explored before. Join Brodie Moss as he sets off on an amazing adventure via Helicopter to some of the most remote and breathtaking beaches and coastline in Australia. Feels like your in a video game while flying through the air with insane views, massive lobsters, tiger sharks, rays and more! Pick a spot from the sky to land and cook the lobster on an open fire! Just wait until you see how the fire was started because Brodie forgot the lighter!

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Hello DB,

    I’ve been a follower and supporter of the site and community since the early 2000’s.
    To see you promote such videos seriously disturbs me.

    The main concern is to show as an enviable hero, someone who flies around in what is possibly the most environmentally destructive vehicle possible. A helicopter. Just to mindlessly engage in an activity which is not particularly environmentally sound either.

    Perhaps in this day and age, our efforts should go into showcasing some more intelligent and productive practices.
    Please take a moment to reflect on future content.

    Thank you,

    Now Markou

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