The final segment of Got Bait? Mahi-Mahi Madness is chock-full of serious fishing action. But the underwater views are the coolest of all—at one point, the fish-cam gets attacked by an aggressive, very hungry fish! You'll see double and triple hook-ups, fish flying through the air, and finally, learn which is better when fishing for mahi-mahi, bait or lures.

Got Bait? Mahi Madness: fish attacks video camera

And if you missed the earlier parts of Got Bait? Mahi Madness, here are the links:

 Got Bait? Mahi Madness Part I: Rigging & Dolphin Migration Patterns

Got Bait? Mahi Madness Part 2: Mahi Mahi Tagging

You can also test your mahi-mahi knowledge with this fishing quiz.

What is Got Bait? 
Which is better for fishing: bait, or lures? This is a question anglers have argued about since the dawn of man. So editor and fisherman Lenny Rudow decided to answer it through hand-to-hand combat, and the result is an all-new fishing show, Got Bait?

In each 20 minute episode, Lenny and a guest angler (who specializes in a particular species) fish as "Team Lures." Lenny's twin teenaged sons, David and Max go head to head with the grownups as "Team Bait." Along the way they mix in pranks, a fishing quiz or two, some background about each species, and a few tips to help you on your next fishing adventure.

And in case you think this is just a friendly, casual contest, the boys are so confident they can out-fish the adults that they place a wager on each day's outcome—and then do their best to rig the results.

Watch all the Got Bait? full episodes

Watch all the Got Bait? 6 minute segments

Written by: Lenny Rudow
With over two decades of experience in marine journalism, Lenny Rudow has contributed to publications including YachtWorld,, Boating Magazine, Marlin Magazine, Boating World, Saltwater Sportsman, Texas Fish & Game, and many others. Lenny is a graduate of the Westlawn School of Yacht Design, and he has won numerous BWI and OWAA writing awards.