Meet Darcie Arahill
Darcie Arahill is a female angler you must see! The Florida native has become an internet sensation by uploading videos and pictures of herself doing what she does best: catching fish and wearing a bikini!
According to the NY Daily News, the blonde has an extremely popular YouTube channel with about 100,000 fans, on which she casts out fishing tips.
On her website, Darcie a.k.a “Darcizzle” leaves no doubt she is a badass saying: “Age is just a number, and experience comes with practice. I can tie knots, rigs, gaff fish, throw a cast net and bridle live bait, kite fish and more! Her biggest catch was an 8-foot bull shark.
According to an article from last May, It’s impossible to fish South Florida waters without hearing her name. She says:
“I love nothing more than battling against a big fish and on the weekends I spend every waking minute out on the boat,”
Arahill is a former high school athlete, she was the captain of the Cross Country and Track & Field teams. She explains she got her name after breaking a high school record, her teammates then began calling her Cizzle” and from that Darcizzle was born!
The 26-year-old sure has talent, it might come from the days when she tagged along with her father fishing and lobstering on an 18′ Gheenoe out of Miami, Florida; her hometown. She currently lives in Boynton Beach, FL and fishes weekly on a the 23′ SEADEK Proline out of Boynton Beach Inlet, her page reveals.
Darcie who keeps in incredible shape and has an amazing figure, claims the mahi-mahi as the fish that holds her heart the most, but she also uses her incredible skills to reel in tuna and swordfish and more!
When she is not in the water, Darcie is also a writer for Coastal Angler Magazine, Palm Beach County edition, with her own monthly fishing report & tips article.
Her website support a number of companies and organizations related to fishing, diving and the ocean in general by assisting and doing whatever is necessary to market and promote her sponsor’s and partner’s products and events.
Arahill is sure taking the angling world by the horns, she currently splits her time between studying criminal justice at Florida Atlantic University and working for a real state office.