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    Default Big trout underwater

    I'll let the video deliver the report. Fish over 20'' are caught and we see fish far larger. Lots of good info as well.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m_An...ature=youtu.be


    Hope you enjoy and maybe learn something. I am happy to hear any criticism that will help me improve my video quality.
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    Great video, extremely helpful , thanks....... ICM
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    My wife keeps saying I don't listen to her .... or something like that.

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    Love your videos man. Keep them coming. You have a YouTube channel?

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    A comment and a question.

    Changing speeds will convert a lot of those inspections into strikes.

    Where is the red hue coming from in the underwater portion of the video?

    Thanks for posting, nice video.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mumbo_Pungo View Post
    Love your videos man. Keep them coming. You have a YouTube channel?
    I do. That's what is hosting the video.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishscalz View Post
    A comment and a question.

    Changing speeds will convert a lot of those inspections into strikes.

    Where is the red hue coming from in the underwater portion of the video?

    Thanks for posting, nice video.


    Changing speed would probably draw more strikes but it would also mess up my camera shot and if you noticed my hook was bent back intentionally. It's very time consuming adjusting lures, camera and lure attached weights, leader length, and retrieve speed in order to be able to get a good shot of the fish but the more of these I make the more I'm sure we will capture strikes on video as well. Especially around October of this year I should really produce some crazy stuff as our speckled friends flood the inlets by the thousands.
    The color in the water comes from tannins. They're just a product of all the decomposing plant matter in the water. I have no idea why it seems to be so much clearer on the bottom though. Unless the saltier water floats on the completely fresh stuff.
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    The saltier water is on the bottom, fresh on top. Its called the salt wedge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mumbo_Pungo View Post
    The saltier water is on the bottom, fresh on top. Its called the salt wedge.

    Yea that came out backwards thanks for the correction. Don't want to spread false info.

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