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    Fly Fishing for Rainbow Trout on the Deerfield River | S17 E06
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    Fly Fishing for Rainbow Trout on the Deerfield River | S17 E06

    March 13, 2020


    ♪birds chirping Woo hoo wow Boat honk ♪relaxing country music ♪ (VO Chris) For anyone who lives
    in New England. Fall is one of nature’s
    special gifts. Every autumn the rolling hills
    of Western Mass light up with brilliant colors
    saturating the landscape. With a patchwork of amber,
    crimson, and gold. Fall also happens to be
    a spectacular season for fishing the rivers
    and streams. That trace the valleys as they
    flow from the Berkshires to the Connecticut River. With the cooling waters the trout look to take advantage of the final fly hatches as they venture out of their
    pockets and riffles to feed before winter’s bite
    sets in. I had been looking forward to
    once again fishing the Deerfield river. For a fall fly fishing excursion with good friend and guide
    Chris Jackson of Chris Jackson Fly Fishing. I’ve fished and filmed before
    with Chris and we set out after Hurricane
    Irene back in 2012. After Irene, many believed the
    fishing would never be the same again. But nature has a tendency to
    bounce back against all odds. Now 8 years after the hurricane the river has adapted to
    many changes and has left few traces of
    what became known as a hundred year flood. With anticipation growing with
    each glimpse of the river I met up with Chris Jackson
    for another trip down this hidden paradise
    any angler would appreciate. Hey guys welcome to another
    episode of On The Water’s Angling
    Adventure Chris Megan today
    with Chris Jackson, old friend
    of mine. We fished together going back we tried to fish during the
    hurricane and most of this area got
    washed out during the big hurricane back.
    Was that Irene? I’m trying to -That was Irene. Irene came through here A lot of the roads we were
    fishing kind of actually collapsed down
    into the banking. -Oh my god that was the craziest
    thing. I really thought that our
    guiding careers were over on the river. All the guides were concerned
    because we lost all this infrastructure and the river
    dramatically changed. I mean holes we used to fish
    were filled in. New holes were carved and
    we were like. What happened to the fish? (Host) And that wasn’t like a
    50 year high that year. That was like a hundred or
    a hundred and fifty year. It was three feet shy of the
    500 year flood mark. So it was a flood of historic
    proportions. -That way well we got good water
    today I’m back fishing the Deerfield
    River Fall just started. Chris what are we gonna do to
    start out. We’re gonna start out with
    indicators we’ll see how it goes and
    you got to be ready to change tactics as you’re guiding
    through the day. So we’re gonna start out
    with the old reliable indicator fishing and move on from
    there. -Well guys we’ve got the best
    of the best. We’re gonna push off
    right now. We’re gonna start
    heading down river. I know we got a little bit
    of water to cover. ♪ relaxed acoustic music ♪ -This is gonna be I think we did this last time. -I think we did the exact same
    thing. -The exact same thing. -We got a camera guy in the boat
    right now. Fortunately he’s a little
    lighter but I think I might be a little heavier Chris. So Chris when we throw here it’s
    gonna be one of these kind of throwing it back
    here at 10 o’clock. -I’ll give you a quick demo. Absolutely. -So basically we’re gonna
    throw it out there. Kind of high stick it along. And when it gets even to my
    position perpendicular just gonna do a little mend. -A little upstream mend
    and that. I’m just gonna track it. That’s the deal. -Ok perfect. I’ll tell you what that white
    indicator seems to just blend right in
    with the bubbles so. – It blends right in so
    these spooky fish they don’t even mind that
    white indicator. That’s kind of why I put it on. -I’ll tell you what
    when that white indicator gets in with the bubble. -It’s hard to see it. This is a tough time of day with
    the little white indicator. -I’ll tell you what you look
    away from your indicator for a second and. -That’s when you get the bite. First spot zero. -I don’t know if I missed any
    spots or -No no. All the spots that are
    right next to the road get a lot of pressure. ♪uplifting country music ♪ -Coming from Cape Cod it’s just
    such a different scenery. -Yeah. -And I remember the first time
    I came out here your hard pressed to believe
    that this is in New England and Massachusetts. It’s just so different
    the contour. And everything about it. ♪♪♪ -Set! -There he is. -Just like that! Nice Chris! -Two for two. I made the first
    cast in there. I wasn’t ready you were saying
    it was gonna pick up a little bit down here. -Yeah. Oh! Came off! So really stick it to them
    on the hookset. So we’re using barbless hooks. The flies that I tie I
    go barbless and they’re really sharp. But you’ve got to stick them
    on the hookset. ♪♪♪ That’s funny I have a boulder
    coming up I call it the lucky boulder and typically
    from that point down we’re almost to it. It’s usually llike the
    demarcation line for a big pod of fish. I like to have it six inches
    over the bottom. -What’s the name of this fly? -It’s a mop fly. -And it looks like you can
    see it from a country mile. -You can see it from a country
    mile and they go nutty for it. -And throw now? All the way to
    the bank? -All the way to the bank. A little further over? -No that’s perfect! Set! There he is good job! It’s interesting they were more
    upriver the other day but you know different day
    they find a different locale. -I’ve not even been on
    the reel. I’m just gonna keep walking
    them right up to you. -There he is! -Oh look at that! -Nice! -That looks like a wild fish too! -Now do they clip it on the
    stocked? They clip that. – I mean most of the stocked
    fish will be missing some fins. And that’s not always the case
    but this fish. -This fish looks perfect.
    Doesn’t it? -Yeah and the smaller ones tend
    to have smaller mouths than the hatchery fish
    that looks like 100% wild fish. Right there to me. There you go dude. Sweet. Awesome. Good way to
    start Chris. ♪country music ♪♪ We’ve got a beautiful day
    out here on the Deerfield River fishing with guide Chris Jackson and that’s the name of his
    company Chris Jackson Guide Service. I had the opportunity to fish
    with Chris back in 2012. But that’s how long and
    how quick the time goes. -Oh my god. And you know its gone by
    a little bit when Chris is giving me a hand
    getting into the boat. Became a grandfather about
    a year ago and my oldest daughter got
    married about three years ago. We welcomed my first grand child about a year a go and he’s
    just the best. -Congratulations on that. -So throw right in here and
    let it drift down. -Same drift. -And in closer or should I
    go a little bit I would. I think they are a
    little bit further out. I would go another four or five
    feet. And just get it away from the
    boat a little bit. And I think the fish are just
    kind of running a circuit in here. So we don’t have any white
    foam right now so there’s not excuse there’s
    only one thing out there and it’s the indicator. They are definitely biting fast
    this morning though I think they’ve seen this fly
    a couple of times. They’re like I’m not so sure
    Fred got in trouble the other day with that one. I don’t know if I want to do it. It looks good. -It looks so good. -Set there he is! Alright I got to be a little
    quicker on the draw. You’re right around him.
    Set! Nice Chris! -You don’t even have a chance
    to get on the reel. It’s just a matter of like,
    you know? -That looks like a carbon copy
    of the last one. -Aww there it is. -You need to find his
    big brother. Alright dude don’t tell any
    of your friends. -Nothing happened! Chris made an adjustment. He dropped, he moved the
    indicator up a little bit to get us down. Seemed to make a huge
    difference presenting it Just off the bottom. Man there is really no
    time to get on the reel on these fish. I’m fighting them right here. -There’s some big ones in here. There’s some fish over
    20 inches in here. If you hook one of those -You’re gonna get on the
    reel. -You’re gonna get on the reel. -Not gonna go as far as
    we did last time because I feel like. -They’re kinda hanging
    right in that spot. -Hanging right in here. ♪♪♪ Right there. That seems like it’s
    the sweet spot. -Set! Just like you said. That’s a
    better fish. -That’s a better fish. Oh! Mother! I should have whacked them again. -Yeah you’ve got 4x on there
    you can put the boots to them. -Let’s let that one drift out. -That was a better fish. That was a set!
    You got another one. (Chris M. laughs) I was looking
    away! -This guy committed suicide. That is where they
    are hanging out Chris. -They are right there. I looked away to have a
    conversation and my caddy Chris Jackson actually your guide,
    professional guide. Said “set”. Oh man! Right about that last one. The one before this -Was definitely bigger -This guy is actually
    a little bit nicer. But -That last one you hooked was
    a nice one. But you know what Chris they
    are hanging within about a ten foot stretch of
    that whole thing. That’s another pretty rainbow. -Look at the color on this guy. There we go. Gorgeous fish! What’s happening is taking
    the scope out. Chris I’m past kind of verticle
    up and down I’m almost at 11 o’clock
    behind me. And I really even need to be
    back here a little bit. Because the scope in the line
    there. Like sometimes I’ll come up and
    almost have the rod straight up over my head. And you just want to keep going
    until you’re really -Really bury it in there
    that way. Guys fishing the Deerfield
    River it is beautiful We looked at the weather earlier
    and we looked at it we were gonna come out here
    yesterday We decided to put it off a day
    and I think we made a great call. -I’m glad you did I was a
    little nervous with the rain but this
    all worked out. And it’s absolutely a
    gorgeous day. ♪gentle guitar music ♪ (VO Chris) Nestled just on the
    river Shelburne Falls along Mohawk
    Trail is a historic village that is
    actually split by the Deerfield. Although a small community. It’s artistic background and
    unique architecture Harken back to an earlier
    and simpler era When the river was harnassed
    as one of the main sources for energy. Like a draw bridge leading into
    the center of town The bridge of flowers is a well
    known destination That combines turn of the
    century construction. With a reimagined flower garden
    that stretches across the Deerfield. Many of the towns buildings
    in the center are original structures
    and historic landmarks like Baker Pharmacy The pharmacy is a living time
    capsule of a business in the heart of a village that to this day you can
    still pickup an ice cream sundae At their old fashioned
    soda fountain while you wait on your
    prescription as many locals have done
    for over a hundred years. -One of the things I always
    have to remember is to slow down a little bit. -Nice cast Chris. -That’s a little bit of a rocket
    ship, what are we fishing with. -That’s a G.Loomis NRX -Now that’s a really
    sweet rod. Make a mend if you can. -This is a 4 or 5 weight? That’s a 5. 5 weight, beautiful rod. Loads nice. -Uh, set set! -I was a little delayed on that. I was looking down at the line. -That’s a nice fish. -That’s a good fish. -We’re using a Rio
    5wt line. Rio perception. We’ve got a Nautilus reel
    on there. I have not fished the Rio line
    before. It’s my favorite line. I like
    cortland too. -Cortland makes a great line. -Cortland makes a great line.
    Great company but Rio is just so innovative. That just their products are
    super innovative. I do a lot of two handed stuff. And they just have a lot of
    amazing products. This guy is just staying down. I’m gonna try and see if
    I can get on the reel. -That’s a good idea. That last two feet of scope
    of line. When I went to get it on the
    reel and I’m like that’s when you
    usuually lose them you know? You give them that
    much slack. This guy is just staying down.
    Whoa buddy! -It’s another nice fish. -Alright I’m gonna turn him. -He wasn’t having it. -Alright I’m gonna turn his nose
    and see if I can get him coming right to you. -Just like that. -Look at that! -Yeah! -Racking up the numbers Chris -Look at the color on these fish! -Come on dude swim away.
    There he goes! Good job Chris! -Thanks bro. So the line
    and the gear that we’re fishing I know that you said we’re
    fishing a 4X down below right now
    on the tippet. -4X flurocarbon -And the name of the fly
    again was? -It’s a mop fly. -A mop fly. So just a basic
    mop fly? -I put my own little twist
    on it. It’s tied on a barbless jig
    hook so it’s riding hook up.
    Which I feel Just keeps you out of trouble. -It keeps you out of trouble and
    gives you a nice tail waggle -It does it gets the tail
    wiggling and you see that most
    of the time it falls out in the net
    which is awesome. Pretty much every time we caught
    it in those hookless nets. Right out of it you know. It just pops right out.
    So you don’t do a lot of damage to the fish and the fish
    swims away happy. I feel like you don’t beat up on
    the fish physically beat up on them you can come back
    in two days and -Catch that same fish. -Yeah. ♪ gentle acoustic track ♪ (VO) After releasing a dozen
    beautiful trout from the drift boat. It was time to head down
    river to the haul out point
    where we would load up. And head into town for
    a quick bite. Before setting out to a new
    location along the river. Chris new to hold trout. ♪ relaxing acoustic music ♪♪ Now what would this
    be considered this isn’t considered the upper
    part right? Upper is? -No, this is kind of the
    mid section. Yeah. -Upper is real thin right now
    as far as water. Super thin and it has a
    higher gradient and you get more tributaries coming
    in as you move down the river so there is just more water down
    there up by the dam it is bony Yeah I saw that when we
    crossed over there. -It’s unfortunate and that’s
    where all the browns are. -What’s the normal height
    where they keep the water at -The minimum flow is at
    125 CFS Maximum flow usually 900 But it can go up from there You know if we get a lot of rain
    it could go up to 2000. -Alright so we’re gonna
    push on it looks like its snowing out
    here with the amount of leaves that are coming down off
    of these trees. Now do the leaves ever add
    an element to the fishing. It’s a negative element honestly We call it the leaf hatch
    and there are days where you can get leafed out. Right now they’re on the surface
    and this isn’t bad but. If you get a couple days of this
    they’ll start -Sinking down below? -Yeah and the whole water
    column will just be filled with leaves so. -And so now we’re gonna head
    upstream a little bit here. Work this stretch to just below
    this rapids here and see what we get. What do you say Chris you want
    to get after it? We’re gonna do it. I’m just
    gonna push off a little bit Get in the boat. And go ahead Perfect Alright everyone’s in. ♪ relaxed guitar music ♪♪ Same sort of deal as before
    we’re gonna be casting across and make a little mend.
    More of the same. Whenever you’re ready. ♪ gentle piano music ♪♪ -I want to wait for this gust
    to pass and I’ll throw it right
    in between that 2nd seam. -I think that’s a good idea. Nice shot. Is that a fish? -Got him! -Nice Chris! Good job man! Right behind that rock. I don’t even know
    if he knows hes hooked. Challenging conditions and you
    got it done. -Good job! -Woo hoo! -I’ll tell you what
    that was coming straight at us. -Gale force winds made the cast
    good for you. Come on dude it’s not gonna come
    undone until you stop that. He landed so quick he kind of
    came back towards the boat and you reached out and
    grabbed him. -He’s still hot. -That’s what it is he’s still
    so hot. Oh he’s off now. I think he’s out. I think
    we’re good Look at this guy huh? -Come on dude you want to go
    back home or what? You want to hang out
    with the On The Water crew? Of course you do! He’s like I want and italian
    sub. Because I heard you got
    an extra one. -This fish was holding
    right behind a boulder. You know I try to throw it
    up in that wind and the wind kind of
    knocked it down I was ok with it because
    it was right behind that rock. -Perfect Actually started drifting back
    down towards us. That was one of those ones where. For me usually I don’t setup
    on them but I try to get back as far
    as I could. That was a great cast
    challenging conditions you put it right on the money. -Chris what are we about 2
    2.5 hours out of Boston? -2.5 hours out of Boston. This is a quick drive you can
    come out here and fish a day and be back home in the
    comfort of your house by the evening. I’ll tell you what guys
    anyone living in the metrowest Boston. Not just
    metrowest Boston but Anywhere in that 2.5
    3 hour drive it’s an easy run and its a
    different world out here. Folks who want to get in touch
    with you what’s your website? It’s ChrisJacksonFlyFishing.com I’ll tell you what
    2.5 hours out of Boston you get on the Mass Pike it’s
    more or less a straight shot Hit Springfield get on 91
    just head north until you hit Rt 2 and you’re here and it’s a
    different world. -We’ve got great restaurants
    out here. Lots of places to stay
    and there’s other things to do aside from fishing. ♪ deep and dramatic synth ♪♪ (Chris VO) Over the 17 seasons
    of On The Water’s
    Angling Adventures I’ve been blessed to fish many
    beautiful locations from Cape May NJ to Prince Edward Island
    in Canada. To even getting a chance to
    cross the pond to fish for salmon
    in Ireland. I’ve met wonderful folks
    along the way. And been awe struck by the
    breathtaking beauty of these locations. But having been born and raised
    in Massachusetts. I will forever hold a special
    place in my heart for the fall in the Berkshires just fly-fishing on the
    Deerfield River with a good friend like
    Chris Jackson. ♪♪♪

    Pike Fishing In Ireland | Angle(r)s – A Documentary
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    Pike Fishing In Ireland | Angle(r)s – A Documentary

    March 13, 2020


    Fishing Club Productions Present Angle(r)s With Arnaud Brière A film directed by Thomas Paulin Produced by David Vengerder I quickly fell in love with Ireland. It’s a super endearing country, the people here are adorable, courteous, smiling, and always in a good mood. It was immediately very pleasant and then the wildlife here is completely mind-blowing. We are in a region where there is neither agriculture nor industry, so it’s still very wild. The quality of water here is exceptional, something we don’t have much of in France, unfortunately. There is a great variety of landscapes and fishing spots. I immediately fell under the charm of the water network, as there are small lakes, big lakes, everything is connected, there are rivers everywhere, there’s fishing in every corner, there are miles and miles of reeds, hectares of water lilies, so it was really… I embraced it you know. Ireland is a country that deserves a little bit of credit Well, the weather here is insane, I must say. Not all the time though, there are also spells when the weather is beautiful but there’s air, water, sun, the weather changes all the time, the lights are magnificent… There you have it, lots of open spaces. I feel like I’m really alive here. Here they consider that if you want to eat a pike, you can keep a small pike to eat in the evening, but you have to put the spawners back in the water. Keeping in mind of course that at Club Esox it’s 100% No Kill. We put all the fish back in the water, if possible in a good condition. The club is not huge, but it’s still a pretty big organization. There are always 3 or 4 guides on site. There’s a big logistics operation. I love my job because first and foremost we’re on the water. Living on a boat, fishing all the time is what I love. It’s a very diverse and very rich job because there’s logistics, human contact, technique, commitment, and motivation: sometimes you have to know how to motivate the guys. Well, that’s what I always say, fishing is the emotional lift. There’s a guy who hasn’t caught anything in two days, and then all of a sudden he gets an incredible take and he catches the fish of his life, and he goes from the bottom of the pit to having a crazy adrenaline rush. The reverse is also true, there’s a guy who’s euphoric, who has the fish of his life on the end of the line, and later he drops it at the net, and then everything collapses. So there you go… these are incredible moments. “Good job guys” Once again, I will cite an example that I often give: I have people who come here to make their dream come true, because they’ve been dreaming of fishing in Ireland for over 20-30 years, to catch the big fish of their lives that gem, and it works out perfectly. Once they are here, the weather is good or bad, but then they catch that fish, and then the guy sits on the bench, he starts crying and falls into my arms because he’s just made his dream come true, and that’s part of what we do and I think it’s absolutely great. At the end of the day, it’s also a lot of human connections, with the clients, the guides, a lot of friends, people with whom we share the same passion, with whom we spend good times fishing and after fishing… or before. So it’s a complete package, it’s an exciting job, I’m lucky to be able to do it in several countries, we get to see lots of different habitats, we catch lots of fish, it’s really nice. The most difficult part of this job is being far away from my family for long spells. During expeditions my wife has to take care of the kids by herself. Sometimes I have to leave for about 3 weeks or a month. That’s really long. Emotionally it’s very tough: me and my kids not seeing each other for long periods is difficult. It’s not that I don’t see them grow up but time flies in a flash and they’re growing up and it makes me really sad. I would very much love to have both worlds but my life as a fishing guide is here. Meanwhile, I have an amazing and supportive wife who told me 20 years ago when I bought the club “Listen, I’d rather have you at home for a happy 6 months than a sad 12 months…so, go be you!” Ireland is a renowned country for pike fishing. For several generations, everyone has wanted, well, all the pike or trout fishermen have wanted to come and fish here because this is a country known for that in France. It’s true that there is a fabulous hydrographic network, there are many fish. Now it’s not an easy fishery, because in many places the fishing needs to be earned, you have to be persevering. Now there is a stock of pike which is, in my opinion, exceptional, there are many very beautiful fish. I have fished pike all over Europe, and this isn’t the place with the most pike, it isn’t the place with the biggest averages, but it’s the place where we catch very beautiful fish, very big fish. It’s a place where the fish are super-competitive, where they feed all year round. And above all, it’s a place where we fish in habitats that are very exciting for pike fishing. It’s not necessarily open water fishing, or deep water fishing, there are fishing spots everywhere. It’s often a problem, by the way, when the guys get on a stretch of water here, they don’t know where to fish because there are too many spots. They’re not lost because it’s huge, they’re lost because there are 10 km of reeds on the right, 2 km of reeds on the left, tufts of reeds in the middle, water lilies here, a waterfall there, a river entrance on the left, and so there are a multitude of spots, and that’s very enjoyable, I love it. It’s often fishing in shallow water, so you see a lot of direct attacks, there are beautiful fish… To repeat myself it’s very diverse, it’s really a place that I love. And then there’s also something important in Ireland; they have a very smart regulation policy, which is very much in line with sport fishing. In Ireland we do everything we can to ensure that the tourist angler, in quotation marks, the sport angler is comfortable and enjoys fishing here. So they do everything they can to make sure there are fish, they have banned gill netting, you’re not allowed to take fish over 50 cm, for example, and you can take only one fish a day, and it’s written everywhere if you can release everything it’s better. But on the other hand, there are no licenses, there are no legal fishing hours, there are no closures, so it’s a very simple piece of legislation that protects the fish, that is in line with sport fishing, and you can feel it helps every day because for all intents and purposes, there are some very nice fish here. And they are easy to access, so it’s very enjoyable.

    カキチヌ釣法を紹介!介绍牡蛎钓法 How to Fish Bream with Oysters
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    カキチヌ釣法を紹介!介绍牡蛎钓法 How to Fish Bream with Oysters

    March 13, 2020


    Hello, I’m Yokoyama Yoday, I have a request so I will introduce oyster fishing Assuming you know what oyster fishing is like For those who know but have never done I will introduce preparation and tips First you need gloves Fishing gloves, rubber gloves, whatever. Do not touch the oysters with bare hands 100% injured It cuts like a razor When touching oysters, always wear gloves, even if it is troublesome And a shell knife. The narrower the blade, the easier to use Anything is fine, let’s have one And the oyster hatchet
    anything that breaks oyster shell It can be used with a hammer, but I think hatchet is better Larger and heavier is easier to use And a scoop. using it to sprinkle crashes. Insert the tip between the folded shell and the shell It is easy to use a thin tip made of metal The only fishing spot is the ferry shop that sells oysters Where you can do it is limited I have only done in Mie Prefecture, but I will introduce fishing places where I used the oyster fishing method Yamaei ferry of Toba, Naise fishing center, Anori fishing center.. Nishio ferry of Ugata, Arioka ferry of Matoya, etc. I think there are other places in Mie, and there are fishing places in Hiroshima, Hokuriku and other places. The condition of oysters sold differs depending on the ferry shop At Yamaei Ferry, Anori and Naise, They sell bait and crushes for chum. There are only oysters with shells at Arioka and Nishio If you use a crash, you have to crush it yourself Therefore, the preparation method and the fishing method vary depending on the ferry shop Please make an appointment in advance when you go fishing Crash requires phone reservation a few days before The price of oysters is about 1000 JP yen per basket for 20 to 30 pieces In my case, for example, At Arioka needs 4 ~ 5 baskets a day, so it’s 4 ~ 5000 JP yen Oyster fishing seems luxurious, but it’s cheaper than Dango fishing Fishing method and way of thinking is different from Dango fishing Oyster fishing is vertical fishing In Dango fishing method, collects chum at your feet and lure the breams there, right? Point fishing Vertical fishing attracts fish by showing a trace of falling chum from top to bottom In Dango fishing, fish under the middle layer and under downstream Oyster fishing also attracts fish to the chum at the bottom However, when thinking about how to throw chum and way of catch breams It is easier to understand if you have the image of vertical fishing Oyster fishing is simpler than Dango fishing It’s just Sowing chum and dropping bait It’s easy, but there are two points to know The first one is that “Chum first, Bait later”. Instead of sprinkling chum and drop bait immediately Wait until you can no longer see the chum sinking in the water Wait for it to sink to half or two-thirds of the water depth Oyster shell debris and body fragments have a slow settling speed The bait sinks faster, Prevent the bait from overtaking the chum in the middle layer Make sure the bait comes down last, after all the chum has landed first Please adjust the timing of feeding The second point is “keep attracting” Wait one minute, if there is no bite, lift it a little and drop it, continue to attract Oysters with shells are heavy, so use big hooks With a small hook, the oysters break and cannot be lifted We recommend a hook large enough to pierce the body and hang the oyster on the curved part of the hook No. 6 or more for black bream, or bigger hook for other fish There are many hits before and after landing. After that, it is before and after attracting Even if you put it on the sea floor and wait, almost no bite In vertical fishing, I think that you can not catch with bait that falls to the sea floor and does not move Both points are based on the idea that fish eat the most prominent bait For Dango fishing, chum and bait are synchronized After landing, make the bait inconspicuous until the black bream comes, and fish in an ambush In vertical fishing, the way of thinking is different The actual fishing method is 1. Sow the chum 2. Wait for a while and put in the bait 3. Wait one minute after landing, if there is no bite Lift, drop, and wait another minute Repeat attracting and dropping several times, collecting if there is no bite The bait makes various attaches “With shell” “Stripped” “Splitting” make a hole with hatchet Use depending on the situation
    Sinking speed is different “With shell” is likely to sink quickly because the shell is heavy, but sinks slowly due to high water resistance The fastest sinking speed is “Stripped” with large sinker Use this fastest when breaking through small fishes at middle layer Depending on whether there is a tidal current or small fish Fast-flowing fishing spot, for example, Yamaei ferry of Tobai, and also at Arioka Ferry there is a fishing spot that flows like a river At the torrent fishing spot, read the current and spread the chum on the upper Spread 5m or 10m far depending on the situation Then, let the chum work just below yourself Starting from directly below, bait down the tide Repeated invitations at a fast-flowing fishing spot It falls diagonally when falling like a saw blade The stab bait is sent downstream Another situation is that there are many small fish This is difficult In the shallow area of ​​Matoya Bay, small puffer are flocking just during the oyster fishing season Bait oysters can be eaten by small puffer a few meters from the surface of the water The captain says that there are times during the day when the puffers calm down I myself have never caught it that way If you can catch it in a timely manner, it will never be better Otherwise you have to devise a bait and protect it from puffers Like making small holes by the hatchet When I caught last year, even if it was like that, the puffer didn’t stop So open a little space in the shell with a knife I couldn’t get my finger in, so I hooked it with pliers So I was able to catch the black bream Puffer bites food and eats it, so they can’t eat it without reaching their front teeth I thought that the black bream could press the mouth against the gap and suck out the contents However, even in such like that, oyster was taken every time wondering how the puffers get oysters When the empty oyster shell was hooked on the hook and came up, there was about 4 cm of small puffer inside Bite when the black bream was caught was the same as small puffer Tiny bites continued Verry small, like puffer’s bite Before and after the bream was caught, the puffers remained highly active As you can see, the oyster fishing method is simple, so cannot handle difficult situations What you can do is quite limited compared to Dango fishing In situations where there are too many small fish, as I just talked about, or when there is no fish at all, Tend to fall into a situation like there is nothing can do It ’s good to say “I can’t help it because I’m fishing with oysters today” If you really want to fish, I recommend using Dango together Bring a bag of Dango and use it depending on the situation One bag of Dango gives you more options Bringing pupa mince and dough bait will increase your chances of catching Conversely, when I go fishing on Arioka ferry or Nishio ferry Even if I do it all day with Dango fishing, buy only one basket of oysters In the morning, I will play oyster fishing only for one basket If you just want to try a little oyster fishing, this may be the best way to go Finally, I will explain Bite and capture I think that the way of collecting Bite is the same as other baits Bite’s appearance depends on the situation at that time, rather than the type of bait Oysters are large and soft compared to other baits It is unique in several points Bite that pulls the tip tightly may come out Sometimes a small bite is persistent In my experience, there are many smaller bite Either way, I think it’s best to match the bite that holds down the tip even a little you won’t know if it’s a black bream or a puffer fish until you hang it I think it’s better to catch them all The ingestion also depends on the situation, When fishing near the oyster raft, use No. 3 thread If it touch the hunging oysters with the No. 3 thread, they will be cut instantly have to stop and pull back so that it doesn’t happen Thick thread is better Toray’s “Chinu Raft 3” It is recommended because it is resistant to friction and hard to twist that’s all Oyster fishing is simpler than Dango fishing I hope you enjoy it without thinking too hard By the way, fishing using Akemi shellfish and mussels is also “vertical fishing” You can use oyster fishing techniques So, introduced oyster fishing The release of the video has been delayed, but you can enjoy it until the end of March Even in April, you can play until the oysters run out Please enjoy oyster fishing on the spring raft See you in the next video

    Memory of Autumn 2019, Lyn-family have fishing. Too boring to be at home because of Corona-19.
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    Memory of Autumn 2019, Lyn-family have fishing. Too boring to be at home because of Corona-19.

    March 13, 2020


    Because of coronavirus we never go out Lyn : I’m bored Hennah : Mama said wake up everybody Lyn : I’m bored Lyn : I’m bored Hennah : What we will going to do? Let’s watch our fishing video autumn of 2019 we depart very early in the morning around 5 am. as you can see still dark outside what a beautiful sunrise Hi, Guys!! good morning from here! another amazing view for today’s review is going to be a fishing vlog it’s our new hobby So we are going to catch fish now wish us luck guys~ Let’s go, Let’s do this this is the view of our location for me be with nature is the most relaxing feeling my stress reliever and my reminder of all wisdom truly, nature is a healer so I am ready to catch fishes my husband set up everything and yeah let’s catch fishes Bana : Very nice Guys~ I caught a fish!!! you are so lucky ~~ good good!! red color fishes, right? Bana : name is Bluefin Searobin. and of course our food we just got food from convenience store Because we are in hurry so this is our food Ramyeon kimbap Hennah choco cookies Pepero sandwich more cup noodles what’s this? just like Kimbab chopsticks shrimp noodles shrimp flavor my feet so nice so relaxing

    Bigmouth Buffalo Carp Fishing using Fake Minnows and a Crawfish Lure in the Rock River
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    Bigmouth Buffalo Carp Fishing using Fake Minnows and a Crawfish Lure in the Rock River

    March 13, 2020


    I don’t know if this counts What’s up, everybody? It’s David Tiefenthaler. Otherwise know as Tiefsa and my YouTube channel Tiefsa is now switching from like whatever I felt like to a fishing channel so you better like fishing get used to it life’s all about setting goals and I have a goal that I want to try to accomplish and I saw a poster on line of the all the different fishes in Wisconsin the different species of fish that live in Wisconsin and the posters awesome 13 feet long it’s crazy and there’s so many different kinds of fishes and I was like I i gotta try and get some of these so that’s my goal I want to catch 50 50 50 different types of fish in Wisconsin because i live in Wisconsin I mean life’s about challenges trying to catch fish life’s also about new experiences, catching different kinds of fish. Now, I’ve caught some of these fish before but I want to try and get them on video. I want video proof and my target today is the Buffalo I am where the buffalo roam see that that’s the Hustisford Dam. Oh yes. The weapon of choice. Let’s see. Maybe I’ll fish with magic cards? No? All right. There out there! I’m going to try it. See that? those are buffalo I’m scaring them away when I talk. but I’m gonna cast right into there. Try to catch those fish. look at them all I’m going to use this little thing I don’t know? I don’t know. It mimics a minnow the big Buffalo eat this. AHHHHH! Got one. I don’t know if this counts I snagged a little guy. Oh well, but I caught one. where’s your big friend. Believe it or not, this is what I caught buffalo on I know you’re supposed to use jigs but I caught it on a crayfish once. I’m going to try it well I don’t know if this one counts either. Well, maybe went for it. I don’t know? hold the phone I got one. I’ve got to get it in. but wish me luck. how’s that look. Bigmouth Buffalo time to let you go Bullheads! Bye. Side note. I was fishing over here Where these two rivers meet while back and I forgot one thing. Ta da, my fishing post! It’s still there yeah i bought this for saltwater stuff but it’s still there. All right.

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    Ultima Populare 2020, final destination

    March 12, 2020


    Hi all We receive another shipment This one from where we get it ?mister? The same ,from China,whit Corona 🙂 It has genetic mutations?!:))) All inclusive I think they were left without Chinese merchandise Because they only sent two cans of fish We bring another 10.000 baby fish Scientific name: Alburnus , Rutilus Carassius….. and i see even some baby Squalius Yes they are I will hep you….. D’ont take them home…they have Corona :))))))))))),let them grow big They send us some even some big baby fish Please put again…. They need a little time to accommodate whit the water temperature from the lake lets bring the next one Another ……… Now we were releasing the fish and the second can from China :)))) Please show them…. a litlle Some guys take them at home to eat it…but we are released them to multiply next round please what we have here? -A nice Rutilus,let me show it,please A fisherman donate it to us In Ramnicu Valcea ,lake Ostroveni(popular name :Cacacioasa) Oooo… they begin to move ,seems that the fish is invigorates -Which is with the Corona? :))) The green one….do you see it :)))) Please dont eat it…..:)))) Only when they are BIG – Touch it a little…..to unleash them All the baby fish survive , A real SUCCESS We do this for this beautiful lake -On this lake was organized fishing competitions for children, for adults Subscribe to my channel and Share the content It matters what you do! Not what others do……. -We give the fish a chance to multiply … and we do not go on the idea of ​​others…..that this baby fish will be eat by pike or other big fish We believe that if 10 percent survive and deposit the spawn, it is a real success for the lake

    Fishing with the Pros – Part 5 “The Fish”
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    Fishing with the Pros – Part 5 “The Fish”

    March 12, 2020


    >>That smell is probably one of my favorite
    smells
    of all, the smell of the largemouth bass.>>King: I got him.
    That’s a smallmouth, pretty little smallmouth. >>Webb: There he is.>>King: Got that one.>>Snowden: See that is a nice, healthy Kentucky bass.>>Webb: Here he comes.
    Taking some drag; isn’t he?>>King: Another nice smallmouth.>>Webb: That’s a nice spotted bass right there.>>Clunn: We’ve fished it for about an hour and a
    half
    this morning and we’ve caught several spotted bass, several largemouth,
    and now the trifecta here, the smallmouth. Those are such incredible fish.>>King: Oh, there’s one. Got that one, he’s not too big but I’ve got him. Oh, he come off. That was a spotted bass there. >>Snowden: Came right out of that little stickup. >>What you got there?
    >>Snowden: That’s a Kentucky. The easiest way to tell this is a Kentucky
    is he
    has a rough patch on his tongue. You can rub your index finger over his tongue
    feel it’s a little rough. Another way to tell is his lower jaw
    does not extend past his eye. A largemouth, the lower jaw when closed
    would extend past the eye. And then they also have a little different coloration
    than the largemouth. >>Webb: There he is. Whoa! Holy Moly! Come here.
    Come here. Good fish. Pretty fish. This is a pretty average spotted bass here.
    He’s probably 14 inches. On most Missouri lakes this would be a keeper. Table Rock, however, has a 15 inch limit on all bass. Bull Shoals on Kentuckies and spotted bass I think it’s 12. And the way these Kentucky’s school up
    you can go
    three or four hours without a bite and then catch five or six in 30 minutes. There he is. Little one. That’s a small one there, but he’s fun. (chuckles) Come here. I’ll let you go.
    I’ll put you right back in there. That right there is a good sign
    for the few years down the road, going to have more fish to catch. Look how healthy that fish looks.>>King: Another nice smallmouth. Caught that one in the same tree
    I caught that
    other one a little while ago. Be still. Be still. Going to release her back.
    Pretty smallmouth. There are jillions of them in here that size. That means we’re going to have
    a great fishery here for years to come. Smallmouths are such wonderful fighters
    and just such beautiful fish. I love to catch smallmouths. I love to catch largemouth and Kentuckies too,
    but the smallmouth is probably my favorite.>>Sainato: We moved here in 1969
    to Missouri right here on Table Rock and I’ve been fishing it ever since. And I love this area here, it’s just,
    I’ve fished here for this long, and this lake just keeps getting better. There’s a lot of fishing pressure here,
    but I catch a lot of fish here. And it’s a great lake, it really is. Bull Shoals is another lake that has really come on
    for smallmouth fishing in Missouri. Every year it just keeps getting better
    and better down there, and bigger fish.