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  • i'm not going to beg for likes or subs but check out my youtube channel http://www.youtube.com/channel/UC08y6riACqGNGYiSBw31N8w

    i'm not going to beg for likes or subs but check out my youtube channel http://www.youtube.com/channel/UC08y6riACqGNGYiSBw31N8w and give me some tips to make the vides better i'm going in the morning to try and do a panfish video and later in the week mabie a carp and catfish video

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    If possible, you should have another camera recording you from the side. I like the hat mounted camera, but it can get boring after a while. good videos though. I don't like it when all people do is talk, and then have like a minute of fishing. you don't seem to have that problem. another thing, dont start your videos saying " im going to do a video" we all know that. nice carp by the way.

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    • #3
      Thank this is the first real input I have got back and I will have side cam shots when I'm not having to carry stuff in like I do at the pond I have done the fishing videos at

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      • #4
        Not bad for a first. After you edit out the time with the stringer it would be decent. Good quality image and fairly steady.

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        • #5
          As mentioned above I think you could edit out some more of the down time in your clips. Also, is your camera water proof? I like underwater releases. You could try to mount the camera to the dock right in front of where you let one go. Below is a short clip of my friend catching some carp and there is an underwater release at the end.

          www.youtube.com/watch?v=oPj1e1KZWog

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          • #6
            i'm saving for a go pro right now the one i have isn't water proof and i do want to do some underwater shots but our water is less than 3 in visibility right now because of 25+in of rain in the last 3 week with everything already saturated before that

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            • #7
              i'm saving for a go pro right now the one i have isn't water proof and i do want to do some underwater shots but our water is less than 3 in visibility right now because of 25+in of rain in the last 3 week with everything already saturated before that. and most of the carp will be released into lake crisco or more often than the a smoker but some will be put in a private pond with some ghost and mirror koi to bread

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              • #8
                loved the video by the way but don't let any euro-style guys see you hang one like that to weigh it or put it on the ground with out a mat or you will "feel the wrath" fo "proper" carp anglers

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                • #9
                  Yeah he doesn't have a mat, I tried to rig something up so he didn't have to weigh them like that but I gave up. I mean they're carp... they're pretty hardy. And the guys that would have a stroke about seeing one on the grass are the same guys that leave them out of water for half an hour.

                  Anyway, my latest project/idea is this: I want to somehow rig up a "remote" camera down the line near a trolling bait so that I can see a strike underwater. I'm thinking about a toy boat or something like that. I'll let you know if I ever get any video that turns out.

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                  • #10
                    You have a point. And I think I have seen that trolling thing before

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