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    Slimming World luxury fish pie recipe
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    Slimming World luxury fish pie recipe

    January 19, 2020


    A good fish pie is simple,
    satisfying and a firm family favourite. Our luxurious version uses salmon, cod and prawns and it’s topped with creamy mash. Start off by boiling the veggies until tender. Then mash with the egg and yogurt. Meanwhile gently poach the fish in a little milk until the flesh has gone from translucent to opaque. Mix the yogurt, quark and herbs, and add the cooked seafood
    and the rest of the ingredients. Put everything into an oven proof dish, spoon over the mash and bake in a hot oven for 20-25 minutes until the top is brown. Serve with lots of fresh veg. Free Foods are the master stroke
    that makes Slimming World so effective and so easy. We have hundreds of healthy, delicious, every-day Free Foods, and they’re yours to enjoy with absolutely no limit. You’ll discover hundreds of recipes and meal ideas each week in your friendly Slimming World group. To find one near you visit:

    How to Fish for Big Trout – Fly Fishing Tips from Tony Spacey & the Game Angling Consultancy – 1
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    How to Fish for Big Trout – Fly Fishing Tips from Tony Spacey & the Game Angling Consultancy – 1

    January 19, 2020


    This is a series of fly fishing programs made
    especially for the internet. [Collin’s] a newbie. I’ve been around a few
    years. We’re going to show you the very best of fly fishing that Britain’s
    got to offer. This is my setup for this. It’s a typical
    setup, my favorite. It’s a Hardy Zenith, centrics material for the rod, nine
    foot, 6/7 weight. I love my Lamson reel. Lamson is absolutely fantastic.
    For my money, they’re the best in the world. Coupled with a Rio gold, weight-forward
    line, what a setup. You’re not going to get better than this.
    The Rio line is superb. It’s soft, it’s supple, it presents like a dream,
    lifts off, attracts little dirt, very low-maintenance. Best of all, it
    lasts a long time. Fantastic line, beautiful reel, you can’t get better
    than the Hardy Zenith rod. Let’s see what we can do. Let’s catch a fish. The guys and the ladies out there who are
    middle-aged and blind, one of the best and valuable aids I’ve come across is
    one of these hinge magnifiers. Quite seriously, without this I wouldn’t be
    fishing, because I cannot see to tie the knots. Absolutely invaluable, these
    are terrific because there’s no adjustment, clips on your cap. It’s a permanent
    clip. They are quite expensive but worth every penny. [Collin ??] as
    well. We are here by the fishery owner’s invitation, so don’t leave
    litter, don’t be bitter [??] these are absolutely sensational. No adjustment,
    clipped on your cap, they are there when you need them. Absolutely worth
    a second right hand. There’s a fish in the background jumping. Let’s go
    and catch it. There’s a school of fish moving out there,
    they’re jumping like poor boys. We’ve got on a Daddy Long Legs. We’ve seen
    them taking damselflies and big insects. Let’s see what we can do to attract
    them. Just where I wanted it to go, leave it for a few seconds. Fish are
    initially scared of the fisherman’s cast, steady retreat. There’s
    one following him now. I just love this kind of fishing, when you can actually
    see the fish you’re casting to, it’s just so exciting. For my
    money it doesn’t get better than this. Important if you’ve come to get a good turnover
    and lead her. The thing that does scare these- there, we’ve got one,
    pull it. Go, go, go, oh, turned away last minute. No, it turned again.
    Can we hook him again? Are we set. It’s important to get a good turnover
    and lead her. You want that fly to land as long and far away as possible from
    wind in your fly line. That’s what will spook some of these still water
    fish, when they get spooked by being lined. That’s when the line drops on
    the fish or close to the fish, and scares them away. Presentation in all
    forms of life- here we go, he’s coming again. Now we’ve had the same fish following twice,
    but it hasn’t made it pay. What we’ll do now is we’ll wait until he looks.
    We’re going to try a faster retreat. Sometimes I find that works. What
    that means is he’s got less time to examine the fly. It has to make a bigger
    decision, quicker decision, “Am I going to take it or not,” it’s amazing.
    You’ve got two options. By the speed of the retreat, we’ll do the
    exact opposite and see if they’ll take it on the hang. On the hang, or on the
    drop, is when the flies hit the water. It’s gradually descending, hopefully
    something more like a natural insect that’s maybe drowned. Because it’s
    a little different than the movement, that’s all it takes sometimes to
    get a fish to bite. Terrific form, pull the same. Absolutely sensational
    pulling. Get him over a wee bit, you don’t want to lose him. Introduce
    him to my massive landing net. And here we go. … I’ll use my ridiculously oversize landing
    net, but I’ve never lost a fish for having a big net, but I have lost a couple
    when I couldn’t fit them into a small net. Here we are, this is what
    it’s all about. Absolutely beautiful brown trout. Because we’re fishing
    catch and release here, it’s important to fish with bobbers, or squash
    the bob down before you stop. Look at this. For me, this is what fly fishing
    is all about. Beautiful brown trout, fantastic surroundings, great
    company. What could be better than this. We’ve had him out of the water. Let’s get
    him back in and make sure he swims away safely. And there he goes, ready
    to fight another day. It doesn’t get better than that.

    Great Lakes Atlantic Salmon Fishing | Ontario
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    Great Lakes Atlantic Salmon Fishing | Ontario

    January 19, 2020


    (atmospheric music) – Welcome everybody
    to the New Fly Fisher. I’m your host Colin McKeown. In this week’s show,
    we’re fly fishing for Atlantic Salmon and
    this is kinda different Atlantic salmon fishing. We’re not using bombers,
    we’re not using wet flies, we’re using streamers
    and sink tips. We’re not in Newfoundland and we’re not in the Maritimes. We’re here in Northern Ontario, in fact we’re in
    Sault Ste. Marie, right in the center of the town. I’m with guide John Guiliani and he’s gonna tell us
    everything we need to know about how to catch
    big Atlantic salmon from five to 20 pounds,
    using streamers. It’s gonna be a great
    show, stay with us. (gentle guitar music) – [Announcer] The New Fly
    Fisher has been made possible thanks to Algoma Country. GofishingOntario.com, Orvis Sporting Traditions, Rio Products, Superfly, fly fishing made easy. (mellow guitar music) – [Colin] Sault Ste. Marie,
    the gateway to Algoma Country in Northern Ontario, thousands of
    tourists and anglers come through this
    small city each year bound for one of the many
    wilderness destinations Algoma has become famous for. What many anglers do not realize as they pass by
    the St. Marys River is that it is home to
    an outstanding fishery. Steelhead, pink
    salmon, Coho salmon and even lake
    trout can be caught in and near the rapids. But few know about it. What is even more significant about the St. Marys
    River is the large number of Atlantic salmon that
    come each summer to feed. This is probably one of
    the best keep secrets about this river. Yes, Atlantic salmon. Thanks to a consistent
    stocking program, there are good numbers
    of Atlantic salmon coming to the rapids every
    June through to November. I wanted to fish
    for these salmon, but I knew I needed an expert. And there’s one
    professional guide who has become quite well known for successfully catching these Atlantic
    salmon, John Guiliani. John has been
    fishing and guiding on the St. Marys rapids
    for nearly 30 years. This experience he’s gained over a great deal of time, learning about the
    salmon, when they run, why they’re there,
    what they’re eating and much more. Bill Spicer had come several
    years ago to fish with John and enjoyed outstanding success. They had waded the rapids
    and used either nymphing or swinging a fly techniques
    to catch the fish. However, in speaking
    with John on the phone, he told me there were
    periods each summer when the salmon were
    aggressively hunting smelt and would take a streamer. – Oh that was a big fish. Big fish.
    – The head come up. – That was just the head. – [Colin] The thought of
    catching Atlantics this way sounded too good to be true, so I had to come
    and give it a try. Joining me today is good
    friend Steve Bathgate who owns reelflies.ca, an online fly pattern retailer. Like me, Steve has never fished for Atlantic salmon
    in the Great Lakes, so we’re both very
    excited to get started. John took some time
    to explain to us more about where the fish were, why they were there and
    what they were eating. – Well the Atlantic
    salmon basically moved in within the last couple of weeks. They make a summer migration from the depths of Lake Huron back into where
    they’ve been planted. They’ve been planted at
    the Edison power plant, that’s the long building
    on the US side here, by Lake Superior
    State University. So they home into
    that spot first and then they branch out. They feel the current from
    the Canadian power house and the US power house. But what keeps them there
    is our summer smelt run. So we actually
    look for the birds and the birds will tell you
    where the fish are feeding. Atlantic salmon
    the way they feed, they’ll crash through
    a pile of bait and they’ll ball ’em and push ’em up to the surface and then stun them
    with their tails and that’s why we do
    pretty good on streamers, is because nothing
    mimics a streamer like a wounded bait fish. It just kind of
    hovers in the current. You’ll see the fish rising, you’ll see them busting on bait and then I try to get above
    them and make big swings in the current and you guys
    will be pounding your rods, doing a little stripping. Let it drop back and if
    you feel a little tap tap, don’t set the hook on that tap. They’ll come up and
    slap it with their tails and if you prick
    ’em in the side, they’ll just take right off and pull up a
    scale on your hook. So if you can refrain
    from setting the hook, seconds later, pow, so what I’m saying
    is set the hook when you feel a fish on. – [Colin] What is equally unique
    about what John has learned about these salmon is the way in which he
    teases them to the surface. The technique is
    known as harling. John explains more. – Yeah this is harling, and this is a Norwegian style, where you fish in a
    boat in big rivers, heavy current, more
    than three rods and you’re back
    drifting streamers on top of wading salmon. The difference
    between my fishing and the the Norwegian fishing, we’re fishing for
    feeding salmon. Their salmon’s
    coming from the salt and of course,
    they’re ocean fish so they’re not feeding. So we have that in our favor. – [Colin] Though we have a
    spread of flies behind the boat, both Steve and I are
    casting to the sides with fast sink tip lines
    and double streamers. Just as John has said, we kept spotting salmon
    crashing to the surface, chasing juvenile smelt. Terns and seagulls
    wheeled above, diving down and grabbing
    injured or dying smelt, missed by the salmon. it was all quite
    visually exciting, but also very frustrating. Cast after cast,
    we could not seem to elicit a strike. Though we have any success
    this first morning out, we were not deterred, especially since we’d seen so
    many fish chasing the smelt. Perhaps later in the day, we would finally connect. Stay with us. (mellow guitar music) After taking the afternoon
    off for some rest, we’re now back out on the water. The sun is out and bright, but the light is just
    starting to fade. As day slips away, as day
    slips away towards sunset. Our guide John
    states it’s go time for the salmon and they
    should be coming in soon to voraciously feed again. John has rigged out some rods to tease the salmon up, while Steve and I cast
    heavy sink tip lines with short leaders
    and double fly rigs. The trolling fly rig set up, John has put in place,
    is known as harling. And it’s a popular
    means of catching trout and salmon in many countries, especially in parts
    of New Zealand. For our purposes, John
    has put out four fly rods, two on each side, rigged with floating fly lines and 9 foot leaders, coupled
    to a single smelt pattern. These flies only go down a
    foot or so in the water column. And the goal is to use them as a means of bringing
    salmon close to the boat, where Steve and I
    can cast to them with our sink tip lines
    and double fly rigs. Sometimes a fish will
    take the troll flies, but generally, they can
    be caught while casting. It’s all about the conditions. The tension mounts
    as we wait to see busting fish and diving terns. – Oh oh.
    – That was cool. – [Man] Oh I just seen
    another silver one just swim right
    underneath the boat. – Ah, I just missed a fish. – [Steve] I seen that. I watched your rod
    double right over. – So I felt a little tink, like John had told me,
    on one of the flies, dropped it back slightly, then I felt the slam
    and I set the hook, and he was on for a
    second, but I lost him, but it was a powerful
    hit, a powerful hit. After I missed
    that nothing seemed to go right for us. – [Steve] Right beside us man. That was five feet
    from the boat. – [Colin] Salmon were
    coming up all around, but we could not connect. We were so frustrated. Finally we ran out of light, time to head in and try
    again in the morning. For over 30 years now, Lake
    Superior State University has been stocking
    the St. Marys River with Salmon parr each season. Usually 23,00 to 40,000
    Atlantic salmon parr are released by the University’s Aquatic Research Laboratory. John Guiliani has been
    affiliated with the university and their stocking
    program for over 20 years. In 2007, the university
    recognized John’s contribution to the program by
    naming that year’s class of stocked Atlantic
    salmon in his name. He’s the only Canadian to
    receive this special recognition and acknowledgement for
    his continual assistance to this important
    stocking program. The next morning,
    we got up early and headed to go back
    out onto the river. Conditions looked ideal
    and John felt confident this was gonna be our day. We got rigged up
    and started casting and then the excitement began. – I’m gonna cut
    back on him a bit, so I’m gonna go down to him. Nice head shakes. – Yeah, he’s giving it. That’s it, he’s
    staying down and deep, it’s a good fish. – [Man] Oh yeah. – Finally, we’ve had so
    many fish hit, but not– – Yeah. – [Colin] Usually salmon
    go airborne right away for three or four jumps, but maybe when he
    gets to the boat here. – [John] Yeah, when
    he sees the boat, he’s gonna jump. Here he is, there’s the leader. – [Steve] Yep, I’m just gonna
    keep a steady pressure on him. – [John] And some of them– – [Colin] You want
    me to do the net? – Sure. Some of them, they get so full that they can’t jump.
    – I’m right beside ya. – They’re just here gorging. – Looks like a grills. – Is it a grills? – Yeah, it’s grills. (splash) Alrighty. – Now he’s taking
    the pole a bit. – Oh yeah. He’s throwing good. – [Steve] What do you get
    when there’s 12 pounds? – Yeah.
    – Yeah. – [John] They’re here,
    I’ve seem them roll. That’s it, get that net wet. – Alright.
    – Hit that top fly. – Nice fat fat fish.
    – Oh it’s a fat fish. – That’s a fat fish. That’s a fat fish. Are you ready, heads up. Now he’s gettin’ wrapped. – He’s coming right down. – Nice male. Yeah baby.
    – Yeah, he’s in. – [Man] You got him. – Look at that.
    – Good job. – [Steve] Get the flies out. – [John] Yeah, we’ll
    get the flies out. She’s pretty wrapped up. I’m gonna get one of you guys to work on the flies. – [Man] Yeah. – Beautiful little salmon. It’s got no fin clips, so that’s a wild fish. (atmospheric music) (atmospheric music) – [Colin] When the
    water conditions are
    right in the summer, John Guiliani takes people
    wading for Atlantic salmon. Several years ago,
    Bill Spicer enjoyed a fantastic few days of
    nymph fishing with John and hooked into numerous fish. Here’s a great memory
    from that visit. – [Bill] Here we go. – [John] That’s a big fish. Big Atlantic.
    – Big fish, yeah. – [Bill] Yes sir. – [John] Bravo, that’s the
    one we were waiting for. Look at the– Look at the pounding of that, good job Bill.
    – Yeah, this is a big one. – Yes, this is a big one. (reeling) Wow. – What you want to
    do is try to keep him in the hole if he
    tries to run down. This is one of those
    three and four year olds. Look at the bend in
    that rod, big fish. You’re at the mercy
    of the rapids now, that’s all I can say.
    – Yeah. – [Bill] I’m really
    leaning into this one here. – [John] If he’s gonna
    tear down out of that hole, if that’s all he’s gonna do, let him go. We’ll have to chase him. That’s it, let him go now. We’ll walk him– You hold that rod up real high and we’re gonna
    have to chase him. – Yeah he’s down and he’s
    officially into my backing. You can see the
    orange line going, he’s officially into my backing. – See hopefully that fish
    will go into that hole and then we’ll be laughing. It’s just the journey down. I think he’s already
    in that hole. So just follow me
    Bill, this way. Then we’ll go right to shore and we’ll be able to
    walk you down to that. – Whoa. Whoa. – Do you mind if I get ya? – It’s alright. I just went for a swim. (laughing) I’m a little embarrassed. – This is the spot
    where it’s do or die, you gotta try and bring
    him back here now. We hit the fish in the
    big hole up stream, the fish did not
    stay in the hole, took off downstream and we had to chase him, as you do in the rapids. Hey Bill, you can’t
    go any further. – Yeah okay. – [John] That’s over
    your head there. – Is it? – [John] Yeah. – That’s good to know. – [John] Just come
    over this way a bit. – That’s good to know. What I’m doing is
    he’s sitting there and I’m trying to
    get him to move. If you pluck your line like that it goes right down into his jaw. He doesn’t seem to want to move. It’s official, he’s gone. That’s too bad. – [Colin] For fishing in
    the rapids as Bill was, all you need is an
    eight or nine weight rod with a floating line. However, for casting from
    the boat using streamers, you need a special set up. Sink tip lines in
    a 24 foot length in a 350 grain weighting
    are ideally matched to both our 9 weight rods and the conditions. The 24 foot length
    is easy to cast without the need
    for false casting, while the 350 grain density
    compensated sink tip helps get the flies
    down to the salmon in this fast water. Full sinking lines do not work as they tend to
    cause too much drag. We used a two fly set
    up, on a short leader of 10 to 12 pound test. (atmospheric music) Whoa whoa whoa whoa. (reeling) whoa. This guy’s going deep into the backing. This guy’s gone
    into the backing. – [Man] He’s down deep, huh? – [John] Yeah okay we’re
    starting to drift back now, so you should be able
    to pick up on him. – There we go. (groans) This fish took
    the smelt pattern. They were bustin’ all around us. I gotta tell you the
    mayhem and excitement when you’re trying to– – [John] I’m in neutral now, we’re gonna drift
    back from him a bit. – Okay John. He’s taking line again. – [John] The thing is we’ve
    got so much current here, it’s unbelievable. – Yeah, look how far
    he’s taking this back. – [John] And you
    gotta deal with that. – [Man] Now we’re using 12
    pound leader right John? – [John] 12 pound fluoro. – [Colin] Yeah. Wow. I haven’t even see
    the size of him yet. Oh wow. It’s in the corner. I can see it was in the
    corner of its mouth. – [Man] Decent size? – [John] Yeah, decent I
    think it’s a next year class. – [Man] Yeah it looks
    like it’s in that six, seven pound range. – Nice.
    – Maybe a little bit bigger. – Oh look at the, the smelt
    are busting over here again. The terns are going
    after the smelt. – [John] No boats. – [Colin] The salmon
    are pushing up. – [John] No competition. – [Colin] Yeah and
    we’re all alone, nobody here. There’s just one guy over
    here in the jetty fishing. – [John] And we’re
    backing down to him. – Oh he just came off. Aww. – [John] That’s why
    they call it fishing. – Yeah and just to show
    you what the rig is. Two fly, he was on the
    bottom fly, I saw it. Wow, alright.
    – Yeah. – [John] Let’s get back at ’em. That was a hard fight. – Oh yeah. Ahh. – [Colin Voiceover]
    Now I had lost two fish and I don’t mind admitting, frustration was
    starting to set in. Everywhere around us,
    the salmon were busting on the surface, even
    next to the boat. The tern circled and
    dove into the water to happily eat the wounded
    smelt missed by the salmon. It was quite a show. Now it was time for Steve and did he ever come
    through with a major fish. – It feels pretty good actually. – [Colin] Well done Steve-o. – [Steve] Let’s do our best
    to get this puppy in the net. All the lines clear? – [Man] Yeah. – Perfect. I’m just trying to keep
    a steady pressure on him. – [Man] Way to go Steve. – Well, I’m not there yet. He’s holding in the
    current right now actually. – [John] They’re backing
    down, just watch your eye tip. – No that’s good. That won’t happen, don’t worry. There is no chance of that. He’s getting a big head shake. He’s trying to spit
    the hook at the minute. Yeah he’s head banging
    right now still. – [Man] If you give me a
    chance, I’ll catch him. – [Steve] He’s a nice one. Okay, that’s great. (splashing) Oh he’s a nice one. – There’s the jump
    we want to see. – [Steve] There you go, okay. Yeah okay, I’m gonna you an
    opportunity here actually. Alright, I’m gonna bring
    him towards you John. – A little bit higher.
    – Okay. – How’s that?
    – Woo hoo! – [Steve] You got him? – Good job.
    – Ah, nice. – They don’t come
    any fatter than that. – [Steve] Look at that puppy. (atmospheric music) That’s a beauty,
    absolute beauty. Great job, that’s a beauty. (atmospheric music) – [Colin] Steve and I
    enjoyed several days of fantastic Atlantic
    salmon fishing, but sadly it was
    time to head home. We truly enjoyed this
    unique experience of casting streamer patterns
    for salmon in fast water. It was unlike anything
    we had done before. If you decide to come to
    Sault Ste. Marie or Algoma for a fishing trip,
    you need to set aside some extra days to
    go out on the water with John Guiliani. Whether you wish to
    swing flies in the rapids or cast streamers for these
    powerful Atlantic salmon, you’ll have a great
    time in the water with this wonderful guide. Best of all, you can
    stay at local hotels and take in the many
    wonderful restaurants that Sault is famous for. For most information
    about this show and this destination, please visit us on our website. Thanks for watching and
    we’ll see you on the water. – [Announcer] The New Fly
    Fisher has been made possible thanks to Algoma Country, gofishingontario.com, Orvis Sporting Traditions, Rio Products, Superfly, fly fishing made easy. (mellow guitar music) (tumbling rocks)

    [Mukbang] The Most Ugly fish Pacific spiny lumpsucker 도치수육+도치매운탕🐟 Eatingsound Seafood Ssoyoung
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    [Mukbang] The Most Ugly fish Pacific spiny lumpsucker 도치수육+도치매운탕🐟 Eatingsound Seafood Ssoyoung

    January 18, 2020


    Hi everyone. It’s incredible. Why does it have so much eggs? Isn’t it cute? Hi everyone, it’s Ssoyoung. Today I will be trying a lumpfish. This is the lumpfish. I feel safe since it’s not alive. Why is it so slippery? This is male lumpfish. It looks really cute. Hello~ Female lumpfish is a bit bigger. Touching this fish feels like… A water balloon. It has suckers here. It’s very slippery so I’m keep dropping it. Sucker. Circle like this. Male lumpfish has a bigger sucker. Right? This one opens the mouth like this. This lumpfish has a bigger mouth. It looks like a big version of tadpole. Slippery. Let me dress the fish. I will make a soup out of left over eggs from female lumpfish. And I will make steamed lumpfish with the rest. Oh my god. I’m surprised because it just moved. I will start dressing it. It has no hole. Where does it go for the restroom? What is it? It has so much eggs inside. Let me show you guys. Let me take the eggs out. Incredible.. So much eggs. Why does it have so much eggs? The eggs are keep coming out. Is it done? I will make the egg soup out of this. Let me start cooking. Everything is ready now. This is the steamed lumpfish. This the spicy lumpfish soup. It looks very weird. Doesn’t it look cute? How come~ It’s my first time trying this fish. What most surprises me is that it has very slippery texture. Let me start eating. Its surface feels like rubber. Red chilli sauce. Its texture is similar to skin from the pig feet, like collagen. It tastes like buckwheat jelly. It has a very funny texture. Let me dip it with some soy sauce. It does not taste like a fish. This time I will try some egg soup. It’s all eggs. Should I try the fish meat on spicy soup? It has a very special texture. I guess even kids can eat it. The eggs are everywhere. It tastes so good since there are lots of eggs. This time, Let me have a bite on this one. I feel sorry. You are very delicious but I feel sorry. Today I tried a lumpfish first time since I was born. It tastes very chewy and nutty. No fishy smell at all. I recommend you guys to try it. It has so much eggs. Thank you guys for the meal! Please click “Subscribe” and “Like” buttons~

    Airboat fishing trip in Steinhatchee Florida!
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    Airboat fishing trip in Steinhatchee Florida!

    January 18, 2020


    hey we’re here today in Steinhatchee Florida
    and you’re getting ready to go on an airboat fishing ride this is my buddy
    Chris town with Kimley-Horn y’all stay tuned it’s not a real nice day a little
    breezy but the tides low and when you when you have a low tide like this you
    sort of get the ability to trap the fish in those shallows they go back up in the
    wintertime it’s it’s mid-january right now they go up in the shallows and
    creeks and an airboat you can get up in there and cast down them sometime it’s
    kind of like the old saying fishing in a barrel it’s sometimes it’s kind of like
    that so stay tuned we’ll see if we can drum them up I’m Sure you can probably hear the wind blowing. It’s gotta be blowing what 20 25 miles an hour We’re not catching anything but Chris and I have decided that no matter how dumb it is to be out here, I don’t know if you can see that right there but that is guy in a kayak and he’s trying to row uphill if you know what I’m sayin…and it is not working at all So I’m sure the wind in this video is ridiculous but we’re fishing, nothing yet Oh that’s true he did catch a puffer fish, I forgot to get that on video We’ll keep you up to date. Stay tuned Allright, so we got one in the boat If he would ever stop spinning, the wind is so bad Little redfish Pretty little guy, not legal just so everybody knows what we’re
    fishing we’re fishing a gulp what color is this nuclear chicken on a something
    ounce redhead Eighth ounce maybe quarter ounce like that Eighth ounce jig on a gulp not that it’s very successful but that’s what we’re fishing so take note Alright people, I think we have a fish. I think we have a keeper redfish 18 inches Here you go everybody, 18 inch redfish We are just south of the Steinhatchee river maybe I don’t know what a quarter mile, half mile Their she is look at her One spot 18 incher, first cast On that Gulp I was showing you Gonna have blackened redfish tonight for dinner We’ll show you how to clean em, and we might even show you how to cook em. Alright here is the catch Two redfish both redfish are about 18 inches over 18 18.1 inches
    now we’re gonna do the cleaning portion of this video all right we’re gonna have
    mr. towne is gonna be our special guest cleaner so I love getting comments where
    I did things wrong so I’m looking forward to that yeah well don’t listen to them all right red fish
    are pretty hard to clean because they’ve got a very thick outer skin unlike mr.
    towne who obviously doesn’t have a thick outer
    layer and he worries about what people say about him I stay awake what is the key to
    cleaning fish sharp knife sharp knife exactly and they’re not all slimy
    they not all slimy but I can’t really know how to take off fish slime doing a
    good job gonna take it right down the backbone take that top half. so we caught these on the Gulp
    nuclear chicken nuclear chicken here in Steinhatchee just to the south of the
    Steinhatchee River fresh red fish tonight we’re gonna fry
    up some red fish sometimes we blacken it just do it on a grill I think we’re
    going to fry it very nice and he goes tail end back from the tail end back so he’s
    gonna just pull the skin the nice part about redfish skin as it is so thick
    that it’s pretty easy to just go right down that backbone and peal the meat off
    without throw it down the hole trim it up get all the bones out of there throw it right on the ice there you go
    all right so we had a really successful day today and we caught two redfish and
    we have cleaned them here they are and we have dusted them with some Zattarains fish fry crispy southern formula Zattarains
    Duran’s whatever we’ve dusted it and we’ve put some extravirgin olive, no we didn’t what
    we do with this that’s for the rice this is for the rice we’ve put some vegetable
    oil 100 percent pure in this pan and we’re warming that up and we will take
    the fresh freshly caught fish put that in the oil and cook it up so stay tuned
    okay here we have the red fish frying simmering in the pan of 100% pure
    vegetable oil with the here I’ll remind you what kind of seasoning because it’s
    important Zatarain’s fish fry this is a Zatarain’s fish fry crispy southern oh yeah
    I can taste it already all right the fish has been cooked and now we’re
    gonna eat it see I catch my fish
    me and my buddy we catch our fish and I’m pretty good in insurance I’m pretty
    good at golf but I’m not very good at catching fish so we’re this is like a
    special occasion some people have stone crabs that they
    buy from the store me but I have to go catch my fish so let’s try it out did
    you cook fish medium high alright let’s try it out mmm
    mmm awesome hey thanks for watching make sure you remember to subscribe like
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    Best Rigs For Scuplin Fishing
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    Best Rigs For Scuplin Fishing

    January 18, 2020


    This week on the Tackle Box
    we’re gonna talk to you guys a little bit about
    what we’re doing today. We’re fishing for
    sculpin basically on this twilight trip. And a really easy rig
    to use for sculpin is the double dropper loop rig. And all that is is
    taking two buck tails, space them far enough apart
    in case you catch a big fish, and that way if you
    get one big fish it doesn’t cover
    both buck tails. So you wanna spread
    them far enough apart so you catch two big fish on
    the two separate buck tails. On the bottom you’re gonna
    be using a large sinker, anywhere from 10 ounces,
    maybe even 12 ounces, depending on the current. I’d make sure you have
    everything with you from 6 to 12 ounces
    just in case, because like I said, you
    never know in the depth you guys are fishing
    and the current. Now if you wanna
    target one big fish or one big sculpin,
    then go up to six ounce or four ounce B52 buck tail. Just put some dead
    squid on the back of it right on the bottom, and
    that’ll work out good too. As far as rod and reels,
    something like this works out nice,
    something kinda light. I have 65-pound spectra, and on top of that I
    have 25 to 30-pound mono. Don’t use fluorocarbon
    because you’re gonna fish right on the bottom,
    especially at night. So save the money
    on the fluorocarbon, just use straight mono. But something light like
    this will work out fine. This is all you need
    for sculpin fishing or twilight fishing. Let’s get back on the water and show you more
    exciting action right here on Sport Fishing.

    Minnesota DNR Fisheries Management — Pond Harvest
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    Minnesota DNR Fisheries Management — Pond Harvest

    January 18, 2020


    >>Carl Mills: The fry that we have stocked
    in the ponds are taken out in the fall. Before we get started, a tank is placed on each truck
    and filled with water. Alright, now we’ve got the tanks filled
    with water. This one holds 125 gallons, this one holds 120 gallons. We haul approximately
    100 to 300 fingerlings in this tank. They are a little crowded at times, so what we
    do is add a little non-iodized salt. This helps mellow them out, calm them down, relax
    them. We also will add a little of this ‘No Foam’. With all the fish in there and the
    oxygen going, it tends to foam up a little bit. So we’ll just add a little shot of
    this and that cuts down the foam so we can get the fish out later and it’s not a foamy
    mess. In order to ensure that the walleye fingerlings
    have enough oxygen we have two ways of doing that. One way would be an aerator, but we
    don’t have those on our trucks. What we do, the other way, we actually send oxygen
    into the water – it goes through a hose and into these air stones and oxygen will
    actually bubble up to the surface. So that’s what we’ve done with our fish, and it’s
    worked great to this point. Most of the ponds we use don’t have any
    sort of access or are on private land, so they can be difficult to get a boat into sometimes.
    Trap nets are set to capture the walleyes. A net or lead extends out from shore. When the
    fish try to swim around it, they swim into these hoops and are captured. The nets are
    left overnight and are checked the next day. One way we help move the fish into our nets
    is with copper sulfate. When copper sulfate dissolves into the pond it irritates the fish
    causing them to move around, hopefully finding our nets.
    We’re here at the pond and we’re getting ready to collect our nets, dump out fish and
    see what we’ve got. Before we do that we have to get the tank ready. I’m just going
    to turn on this tank of oxygen here –take the lid off, open it up, and that should get
    it bubbling pretty good in there. The way we measure the fish is by water displacement.
    Water is filled to a pre-measured line in a bucket and then the walleye fingerlings
    are dumped in. Lines mark 10, 15, and 20 pounds of fish. We will rate the fish on each pond
    to find out how many fish there are per pound. Fish are then dumped into the tank on the
    truck for transporting to the lake. Once we get to the lake, we back down, hook
    up a hose, and open the gate to release the fish.
    Sometimes a pond doesn’t turn out how we had hoped.
    >>Lloyd Anderson: Well we’ve lifted a couple of nets here and it’s kind of disappointing.
    A lot of golden shiners in here, the walleyes were able to take. As you can see, it’s
    a beautiful pond. It’s got a lot of the requirements that we need for a good pond:
    it’s about 30 acres, maximum depth six to eight feet, good, hard shoreline, easy to
    set the nets, the frames landing in about three feet of water which is ideal. So everything
    is going for it except we’ve got a bunch of golden shiners in here and unfortunately
    the walleyes were unable to take. We did get a few in here but they’re really tiny and
    it’s not looking pretty good. Contrary to what people think, a lot of times
    it’s good not to have any other types of fish species. These walleye can grow up big
    just living on plankton in the water or freshwater shrimp and so forth. So when you run into
    these other minnows, what they do, they not only eat some of the fry when they’re first
    stocked but they also compete for the food. So we gave this pond a try, unfortunately
    it doesn’t look like it’s going to work out this year. Possibly we’ll try it again
    another year. What we need here is a good hard winterkill to kill all the minnows off,
    or a great share of them, then maybe the fry will take. We’re just going to have to let
    this one go for this year.

    Micro Jigging Technique Slow Jigging Reef Fish Australia Andy’s Fishing Video EP.278
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    Micro Jigging Technique Slow Jigging Reef Fish Australia Andy’s Fishing Video EP.278

    January 18, 2020


    It’s Andys fishing Hi, everyone Andy here, I’m just heading out to try some of those micro jigs that I made it’s also going to be cool
    slow jigging the micro jigs I’m going to get a fish fairly slowly so whether it’s
    micro jigging or slow jigging in your call it but yeah going to try to find some reef
    edges drop offs and see what we can get it’s the first time I’ve tried it pretty
    excited and yeah brand-new jigs like I’ve never never used use these jigs
    before I actually made them so those people follow me on Instagram they would
    have seen that you’re not on Instagram follow me there you get to see what I’m
    up to before the videos come out so fingers crossed today as you can see I’m
    in about ten meters of water and just back on the ledge there there was a
    school of fish so we’ll try and target those so they’re in about seven meters
    of water so these are the three jigs I’ve got a slightly different style I might
    try the orange one first I don’t really have a favorite I’ll put a sort of a
    note here see what people reckon on Instagram like I put the message up on
    Instagram and people have said which ones I reckon I work so before I add it
    this video all I’m telling score and yeah give each one a bit of a score
    rating and then yeah at the end of the video hopefully we’ll see which one work
    best the real I’m using is the Sienna 2500
    that’s about 20 pound braid and yes silver sorry silstar Evo Graph rod
    you know this is the first one that’s gone down these these these are either
    sliding it or micro jigging the average weight of these is about 20, 25 grams so
    they’re quite small and you Albie I’ll be jigging quite slow first drop if
    you use this little before there we go get all the way to the bottom nice and
    quick what yep that’s a fish well I had first one on the micro jig is any tiny
    look at that there we go little Cod say one on the orange yeah a little bit
    surprised there because I’ve been doing it for a while haven’t got anything okay
    go see you buddy and like I said I’ve never done this before so I’m a little
    bit hesitant about explaining how I’m doing it because I’m just trying
    different things and seeing what works but the main thing is you get it down
    the bottom like that and then what I’m doing is just just really slowly just
    just working a couple of meters off the bottom oh that’s a good hit it’s only the next
    one after the Cod let’s go back down there again yeah I’m just
    yes going that’s a bit better that’s definitely better than the Cod tell you
    what took me a little while to figure out what sort of area should be going in
    and we have a coral trout look at that and a beautiful little fish I’ll just
    show them to you and it’s going back yeah
    beautiful little call trout mate they seem I love that orange I’m gonna get a
    couple more on the orange and then let’s see what other species off you go
    he’s good to go oh yes yeah that’s a good one Oh another Coral Trout, baby one
    but he’s really read that one look at that it’s not okay
    beautiful little fish look at the eyes red eyes let him go to get bite see
    yeah this is definitely working and all I’m doing is see that that slight bit of
    coming up off the bottom there that’s all I’m looking for just just some bait
    fish that’s all you need you don’t need big bait balls or anything like that and
    just it’s just a bit of Sholay ground here it’s not not even too much coral reef
    well do another drop here all that was a touch that was a touch go
    back down again yes got it oh that is a better fish that is
    always taking me oh I’ve got a bit waiting this one let’s see what we’ve
    got sweet lit fish, maybe another coral
    trout not oh nice Venus tusk fish nice nice
    never corner these oh maybe on bait yeah On bait I have, but not on lure or micr jig. what a beautiful out
    what a beautiful fish that’s a Venus tusk ever look at the markings on the
    front of his head we’ll let you go buddy I’ll tell you what fishing these micro
    jigs I can tell is going to be a fish lottery you’re just going to get all
    different species and my jig is like go that’s all right in and out of it and
    picture the side buddy off you go good to go
    well we’ve caught a bunch of fish on that one and it’s actually mine not that
    let go so we’ll just change colors and try again I think we got four fish on
    the orange one so now try the red one Coral Trout, coral trout, tusk fish and
    Cod so yeah not not a bad selection that will give this guy run and I did
    watch a bunch of videos and they don’t seem to do this little tap tap that I do
    but I can’t help myself we’ve got a little tap tap of them as I’m bringing
    it up so then if that’s helping or hurting but I’m just going to keep doing
    what works yes yeah that’s a little one please tell
    any day let’s have a look what we’ve got yep not a little Cod well here you go
    orange and red is fish the fish so far Cod, cod let’s see what the next species
    there you go guy time little guy yeah he’s good to go and straight back in the
    water so I was just fishing second ago and I thought I had the camera guy and
    turns out I didn’t so that red and white one just caught a Turrum about this
    bigger Gold spot trevally or Turum. so I have to add that to the tally of
    the red and white one silly me it was a recording yes that might have
    even been on the drop I think that was on the drop when we got home I’d Damselfish my Sergeant major that is he
    doesn’t have a mouth big enough to eat my hook that is that is wicked a little
    bit foul hooked but I reckon he had a go at it after you everybody oh wow look up yes oh that’s pretty cool
    oh I’m telling you these yes you’re just amazing that is a rest I’ll have to look
    up what sort of Wrasse that is but check out the colors in there Hey look at that
    that is just amazing and like yeah most of these species you never get on lures
    or even on fly rod playing go oh I’m going to read the little purple dots
    they’re a cool fish look at our eyes Wow. Scarlet Breasted Maori Wrasse. like a half you go buddy he’s good
    Aquarium fish won i won haha so I’ve caught a few fish on the
    other two now it’s the green or yellow and blue one little Fusilier color
    we’ll give that one a run so it’s going to be really hard to pick a winner out
    of all these but yeah this one runs that was a good tap Oh got him yes Oh totally different from
    other sort of fishing Oh another one of those little Oh little one this time so
    yellow blue still get you, Scarlet Breasted Maori Wrasse. I don’t know letting go okay off you go
    see ya yes oh yeah oh just got to the bottom
    and then when I when we got pretty small and another different fish yeah that’s
    some sort of some sort of parrotfish all yeah like to look that one up too it
    could be a juvenile Venus Tusk Fish for the mouth is a bit small yeah I’ve never
    cut my nose again as well either let’s just wicked the number of new species on
    this little jig yes straight away just touched the bottom
    a little bit more head shaking last one what do we got a bit of a card there we
    go why netting call it had to happen hey these guys are pretty common I’m
    surprised I didn’t get one before I want to on me hmm
    pretty little fish wait you go what you, Birdwire Cod or Honey comb Cod. get
    yep he’s good oh yes just as soon as it touches the
    bottom another Cod well I think all three of them work really well doesn’t
    matter what color it is I I reckon yeah her colors not that big a deal
    as long as you get it down near the bottom give a little twitch some of you
    don’t need to twitch sometimes just just on it straight away that’s pretty cool
    like I said never done this before oh oh other one we’re gonna have to go and try
    get a couple of bigger ones I think ease off yes that’s a bit a little bit better
    just changed the removing the electric to help me in this spot and I nice sweet
    lip very nice sweet lip he would almost be legal sighs look at that grassy
    Sweet lips fish out got me go nice little grassy sweet lip
    let him go off you go buddy he’s gone yes yeah twelve meters of water that’s
    pretty good your 13 meter let’s go straight back
    down that means blow off a bit for some
    problems straight away oh I’m not as big as the last one what have we got this
    time Stripey Fish, there we go we’re just getting the species today Spanish flag
    or Stripy very good nice a pretty little fish again there you go buddy these are
    related to Lutjanus family the mangrove Jack’s and snapper and
    fingermark fishes. yeah thank thank Oh quite as big but
    yeah still still a nice pretty fish off you go buddy yep oh yes Oh too bad it’s not huge
    again just just letting it sit there and then you just grab it leering another
    Cod I might try the orange one again because I’m getting a heap of Cod and
    other fish let’s see if color gets the trap gone because trout love stripeys
    yeah let him go so let’s change it to an orange one there you go we’ll put this
    this orange one on it’s it’s a fair bit bigger a little bit heavier and I made a
    mess of the painting but I don’t think it’s going to make a difference now give
    this guy run some quick arches on the sound of this right near the bottom yes amazing out how quickly the fish will
    jump on this Jig. well another wrasse beautiful look at
    the tile on that one look at that nice at ease fish such variety – like that. Yellow Dotted Maori Wrasse. hey you got a little buddy hey okay he’s good well the liberal yes
    like Oh lost him I don’t know if he broke something or just didn’t hang on
    to hard enough not go back again I felt like he maybe had the yeah the jig in
    his mouth that was a fairly good good hit that one, oh this is a good
    fish yep ah came off that was the best fish
    for the day so far okay were on the bottom that was a good
    one too yes that’s a decent fish oh all right going off the bottom, that’s it
    then I what do you got a bit of weight on could be Coral trout nice sweet lips fish. what oh my god yeah a nice sweetlip fish very nice sweetly if you look at that that is a
    definite legal sweet lip see no big ears settle down buddy I did pulling that a
    little bit green he is 35 centimeters so do that Hey yes buddy gosh yeah pull
    pull nice and hard that one just in the mouth it and you’ll be right you off you go yeah wow that’s good real good I’m going to finish the day on the red
    and white one I just lost the the orange one so I’ve got a bit of reef and I
    don’t think we’ve given the red one another run so I think we’ve given all
    them two runs this will be the red ones second run so yeah they’ve all caught
    fish some very interesting fish different different species to what I
    normally catch yeah it makes it funny so let’s see what this guy can do before we
    head home come on little red jig that’s where they
    made us deep here Oh straight away not a very big fish but as soon as it hit the
    bottom another Cod you go buddy okey good there
    you go let’s see what other fish you down there, is usually a whole bunch in the
    same spot nice move look at that look how cute he
    is that is a baby Coral Trout, and that’s on the
    orangey looking one again so it’s so tiny I let you go buddy
    have a look at this there’s a trout the palm of my hand
    laughs together buddy hey good oh yes what’s better fish oh yeah nice trap
    nice coral trout not legal size but a good fish nonetheless yeah yeah nice dark
    Coral trout he’s probably ah 30, 32 centimeters it
    needs to to grow a bit before you can get taken but I will throwing straight
    back and looks like the hoop on the sounder which let’s see if we can get a
    nice straightaway and yes oh yeah that’s a nice fish too
    oh I knew I could get another one just there’s a lot of fish on the sound of
    their and check this guy there’s another different species this is a Pink Eared
    Emperor I believe I don’t catch a lot of these but you can see that’s a Pink Eared
    Emperor there so okay just want to give you nice a good look at him
    probably and go but yeah I’m sure that’s a pink eared emperor off you guys oh yes I’ll just let that one drop back
    down oh you know me Oh another trout okay
    that orange is definitely the Coral Trout color look at that that is cool
    a mr. trout he’s actually I think he’s a bar cheeked coral trout because he’s got that big big thing there anyway why don’t you go okay tiny bit of blood then he’ll be
    fine I’ll forget yep he’s good oh good ear
    come on yes what are we got here another trap
    all right orange equals trout Wow that’s pretty cool let’s try it back
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