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    ⛵️Sailboat EXTREME makeover!! [after 22 years on the hard] (Part 3) #102

    October 14, 2019


    So, this week we are gonna show you how
    we transformed an abandoned boat into this. Yeah, but we’ve been working on that for
    like 3 months already. So it was too much footage to put into one episode. So if you’re new here you can click on this link somewhere and you can check episode number one, when we wash this boat that was abandoned for 22 years, and brought the boat back to life and then we start painting. It’s a long process. But this is
    where we finish the transformation. This week we paint the deck and we apply
    the varnishing in on the boat. Better than to saying is just showing, right? Yeah. So, let’s get started. I’m Roberta. And I’m Duca. And for the past year we have been building our own tiny shipping container house. Made possible by our Patrons (Thank you!!) So we can travel around knowing that we
    will always have this little place that we can call home. But guess what? We’ve just found our dream project before we expect: this abandoned sailboat. So, we are gonna stop building the house for a couple months to bring our boat back to life, and then we’re gonna go back to finish the house. New episode every Monday! After a week of rain check this out. Perfect day for painting. So we are getting ready to start painting the hull with the final color. I mean… The final 5 coats of orange . And really soon we’re gonna be able to apply varnishing tomorrow. Hopefully. But let’s check it out. You guys must be confused. Yeah. Didn’t we paint already the boat two weeks ago? Yeah, we did it. Why are we painting it again then? There are some spots that were not that good, as we commented on the other video. Yeah, we saw that some of the fairing compound should be sanded a little bit more. If we sanded more the fairing compound it would look a lot better. And as we still had some paint left we decided that it’s the right thing to do. I mean… the boat doesn’t need to be perfect. But as we have the paint already and we have people working on the boat for 3 months and they are willing to sand it again. Why not? Just hang on, drink… get some coffee. It’s taking a long time but it’s gonna be worth, because the result is just amazing. It’s the reality. Yeah, that’s the truth, sometimes it might be boring to watch the whole thing, but that’s the reality. It takes long. In order to get a good result
    you need to get a lot of hours of work, right? Yeah. Yeah, but less talking. Let’s get to
    the work. So? Let’s get started. They’re just cleaning. Taking off all the dust
    and getting ready for the next five coats of orange. So? How it’s looking? It’s good. Yeah, this is coat number 3. And it’s already looking really really good. Number 3 of today, right? Today is number 3. Total number 8. But today is number 3 and it’s promising. Look at this. It’s looking really really good. And hopefully with another 2 coats we are gonna be able to… not be painted orange. We’re hoping that in another 2 coats it’s gonna be all flush, like all the same orange color with any like… It’s already looking good. You can see a little bit the fairing compound. I’m not going there because I’m not wearing adequate clothes. Correct clothes. Yeah, on this coat you can see a little
    bit of fairing compound but not much. Hopefully with 2 more it’s gonna be
    a 100% covered the fairing compound. If not we need to give a few other ones
    tomorrow. But hopefully we don’t need it. And tomorrow we can finally finally apply
    the varnishing. I can’t wait to see this done with varnishing and like we don’t need to touch this side of the boat again. And we can start on the top, on the deck. I can’t wait to see the painting finished and to start working with on other things that we need to do. Actually I’m excited to see all the
    hatches back in place, and back on the uncovered area, so we can work inside… It’s gonna be another life. But… Sometimes you gotta do what you gotta do. And if it takes long it takes longe and you need to do it. You need to do it right and you do
    it once. And it seems that this week is gonna be a promising week, it’s gonna be sunny. Supposedly, today is Monday and supposedly we’ll have sun until Saturday. That’s gonna be a great week. Fingers crossed. Time for a small pause. It’s too smoky in here. But it’s looking good. As you can tell the sun is back. It’s really really strong. The color is great. I think that’s the last orange painting day. And tomorrow or the day after we’re gonna apply the varnishing. Hopefully. If not we’ll apply another layer of orange, but… It’s looking good. So far so… so far so good. So? Did you like it? Yeah, it’s way better now. Yeah, all the orange is… I’m pretty sure it’s done. We need to wait into tomorrow to
    see if we find any imperfection, but I’m pretty sure… yeah. It’s perfect. I’m think now that’s it, right? Yeah, it’s too much. This was already 4 coats of orange and an extra 6 coats. So that’s like 10 coats of orange. Some of them went out when they sand it. No, it’s 5 coats of orange plus 6.
    But after the fifth we sanded it. So, let’s consider it 10, 4 plus 6. 10 is
    enough, right? Yeah, 10 is enough. We painted more coats than usual because this is a thin paint, so we applied more layer than usual. So, it’s like a lot of really really thin
    layers and we need to cover all the fairing compound and now it’s great. And now we need to wait until tomorrow, light sand and then… Varnishing. I’m really really really curious to see after the varnishing because they say it’s gonna pop up the color ever more. And I’m also curious to see the deck painted. And they will start to paint the deck this week. And about the bottom paint? The bottom paint is just in the future because the bottom paint, as it’s a antifouling paint it cannot stay outside of the water for too long. So we’re gonna do that right before we go
    to the water. And we are curious to check it out without the plastic. Because we cannot see… I want to see the… Toe rail. The toe rail on white, that’s gonna be great. But, less talking more action. We see you guys tomorrow. We see you tomorrow. It’s pretty good. Happy, excited. It’s funny how you get excited with something and then you get curious to something else. Next step is to see this in varnishing and this in white. So now we’re just making some tests to see which grit of paper, sandpaper we need to use to sand this polyurethane paint. 400 grit So, the most scary moment of the
    buildings so far. Yeah, but it’s looking really good. It’s the first time we see the toe rail. Because right now they’re gonna apply the varnishing. But the tape has been there for like 10 coats. So, it’s too thick to take the tape off, so we need to exchange the tape. Why we didn’t do this before? We didn’t take this off before? Because they were sanding it. And than it’s easier to take because if you sand the the edge is easier to take the tape off. No, why we didn’t do this while the paint was wet? Because we were gonna give a second coat and then we need to exchange the tape too many times. And it’s a risk of falling dust on the paint. Because there is too much dust (*dry paint) on the plastic so… It was a decision but it’s working. It’s a little bit harder but it’s working. That’s pretty good. It’s looking beautiful. Look at that: the toe rail. Old tape out… New tape in… Time for the polyurethane varnish That’s gonna be a surprise now. We cannot see it. No, I’m just joking. Yeah, that’s just because there’s wind and
    the dust comes with the wind. So now we close up and it’s time for some
    varnishing. Let’s check it out. That it. They’re just painting this sixth coat… yeah, 6 coats of varnishing, it’s almost done. It’s really dust inside… not dust, like a lot of
    varnish in the air. So, we’re gonna wait until it dries to show you the result. That’s looking pretty. It’s gonna be really really cool. While I film she answers messages. See? That’s how we answer all the messages. 100% of the messages we receive, is because someone is working. Updated now. For now, this minute. We see you guys tomorrow. We see you tomorrow. Getting ready? Yeah. They’re almost almost
    ready to start painting the deck. They’re gonna start by the top of the
    deck. We are gonna do it in two days at least. Because it’s hard to paint different coats (4 coats) without stepping on in between coats. So, basically today we are gonna do this part and at the top and the next day, that means tomorrow, we’re gonna
    do this part it. It will make sense later, right? Yeah. She is excited. Let’s check it out. First: epoxy primer to fix a few primer spots… and now Polyurethane Color: white ice Babe. What is going on? We’re just taking the plastic off. Because we apply varnishing yesterday and the diluente is still evaporating. So, we
    needed to cover it today to paint the deck. But now that we are done with this part of the deck until tomorrow we’re gonna open up and let it breathe, let it lose the diluente. I don’t know if it makes sense, but basically it needs to lose diluente. It looks amazing. Let’s check it from far away. That’s so cool! Isn’t that cool? Now we can see the boat without the
    green tapes. It’s so so cool, yeah. I mean, it’s not white yet. He likes the green. She doesn’t want but I really want to have a green stripe on the bottom and on the top, as the tape. Strip. Yes, strip not stripe, it’s all the same. It would look so cool the contrast in
    between the orange and the… And it look like a carrot, that’s pretty cool. We can call it carrot. But we can wrap for today because the travel lift is coming and the travel lift is loud. No, they’re not getting us. They are picking up the boat next to us. So, we see you guys tomorrow. Today is probably the last day of
    painting the deck. I hope so. Things are going well. I mean… we just need to do the the… how you call it? The… The awl grip. It’s called… No-slippery? No-skit. No skid. Non-skid, yeah. So today we’re gonna finish the deck and then we just need to do the non-skid. But that’s another story. It’s like one step on each time. It’s baby steps. Let’s check
    out how it’s going. You can stay here, because she has no
    mask. I have… And my eye is bad. I think the dust is leaving my eye in a bad condition. Let’s give her a break. She can stay outside and I will go inside. I’m gonna be here. Ready for the surprise? Yeah, it’s about time for me to check the transom. Transom, now you know the name, yeah. She didn’t see yet. It’s just… it’s gonna be… I wanted to show it to her once it’s just ready. Without the plastics around. So let’s see her reaction to the transom. I’m not good at that. It looks beautiful actually. I mean the whole boat is beautiful. She’s even more beautiful. Oh! It’s different. So? So, what do you think? I think gonna be good when the wood is on the top. And the name is gonna be here. Yeah. Yeah, but did you like it? Yeah. I thnik it’s awesome. If you see it from the back, from the stern, it seems like a different boat. There comes the noise. See you. We’ve been waiting for a while until this
    noise stops. But basically I think that with the white transom the boat seems bigger on the stern, like… This is just open up the hull. Check it out. This angle is pretty good. We would love to show the result of the
    white deck but… Unfortunately, it’s still drying. I can see it… she cannot see much
    because she’s really… I guess from there I can see it. But that is how it looks so far. But we cannot go on the top, because it’s hard to put a ladder without risking to take the paint off. We are gonna wait a few more days just to guarantee. It’s already looking like
    another boat. But still, this is not finished yet. So? What is next? We need to apply the non-skid on
    the deck. Yeah, but the bad news is… it’s not gonna be this week. It’s gonna rain again. Here is like this, it’s like one week good, one week of rain, one good week one… But the good news is that the good week was really good. And we… they work at painting the boat from Monday to Friday. Yeah, and it was a lot of painting. I mean like… we’ve got a lot a lot done. And that’s great. But now we need to wait for another week until we can start painting again. The boat, the
    exterior and interior, because we need to paint the diesel tank but it’s gonna be raining. So we are not gonna do this now. Yeah, the diesel tank someone asked us:
    why are we gonna paint the diesel tank? It might not be clear on last week’s episode, but the paint has a lot of small bubbles that it might be rusted on inside. I think it’s like just superficial rust. But anyways, we don’t
    want to risk that to… you know? Like… crack. And then paint are gonna get loose and
    rust is gonna… The whole thing. So, we decided that we’re gonna sand with the orbital sander and we are gonna treat it well, so it lasts for a long time, using a
    proper paint. And… This week we might fix the engine. We are hoping the mechanic has time to come here and we can put the engine back together. But that’s not gonna be for the next week’s episode because it takes time to edit the videos and everything. We might open the water tank. Oh! We might open it, yeah. It is one thing at time. We need to finish the diesel tank before we do the water tank. Because otherwise we cannot fit all the lids inside of the boat. It’s just a
    mess inside. It seems like a bomb exploded inside of the
    boat. But for this week I think we did a lot. And other good news is that we are planning on doing a Q&A near future. But we don’t know when. But if you have any question
    about us, about the boat, about the refit, about… Anything. Just be nice. Just be nice. Ask something that is possible to answer. If you ask something that’s possible we are gonna answer everything. We might don’t know the answer actually. About the future, we don’t know. Don’t be too creative on the questions. So just leave your comment on the section comment below. Your question. And we’re glad to answer it. She’s like tired, she’s like rambling, but… It’s ok. Let’s welcome our new patrons. So, welcome on board, Robert, Eugene, Thomas, Gert, Carl, George, Keith, Benjamin. And we also want to thank the donations through our Paypal. Thanks a lot, Donald, Ruben and Mehmet. So, I guess we see you guys next week. Join the crew

    BIG FISH from the Beach on Popper ! (Corsica part 2)
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    BIG FISH from the Beach on Popper ! (Corsica part 2)

    October 13, 2019


    Here I am, second day of fishing. I’m on a new beach now. As you can see, it’s very beautiful out here. I’m alone, well I came with a fishing patner. Other than that, there’s nobody. Except for the piles of seaweeds, but that shouldn’t be a problem. There are tons of seaweed in the water, So It should be good for fishes. I will start with a 40g jig, we will see. Then I will try using a popper or a jerkbait. Aie ! my feet will die here. I use a jig coz it’s very shallow and I need to cast pretty far. Is the water cold ?… oh yes oh YES ! Standing in the water, that’s the real thing !! I saw some mulets, mulets means leerfish. I saw something follow. Yes ! Oh no… Yes ! oh sh** ! Oh common they won’t get hooked !! Common, common ! I can’t believe this. I can’t catch them.. Unbelievable. Oh yes ! It’s not big, a tiny leerfish?! No, what is this ? It’s a weever ! It’s huge ! I don’t like this at all. A big weever, I never saw such a big one. I thought it was a small leerfish, but no. Well, a weever on popper. It’s paradise here ! I need to reach the tip of the… The problem is to cross this. It’s so beautiful ! What kind of rocks is that ?! The sharpest rocks on earth ! I’m in a hollow. I will use my good old jerkbait It’s all broken but it takes some fish ! I kind of lost hope for the topwater. The water is very clear and calm, I had 3 hits before, maybe small leerfish. They couln’t catch it, And now I think I had a follow on popper, but I didn’t see well. But nothing, So I’m going to change lure and we will see if, when the conditions are calm like this with a clear water, It’s better to play the card of realism. Well, change of beach, ther’s a man on surfcasting. Here at least ther’s no wind and no waves for now. And that is really what I am looking for. We’ll see how it goes, I’ll start with a jerkbait. You really have to fish the edges Very often there are big fishes just near the bank. This one is nice ! It ate my popper just right here ! YES Finally I caught my leerfish, at least I think it’s one. It’s hooked on the back, it happens often when they attack lure. My camera was off, I saw it and … These fish are so strong. Come here ! It still has some strengh Come here with me darling 🙂 I’d like to catch it. Common common ! I can’t catch it my rod is too long. All good ! It’s a nice fish ! A nice leerfish Calm down ! Well, nice leerfish ! I think it’s my biggest so far.. I approximately measured it, it’s not huge but it fought well. We’ll see if she’s fine. Yes ! Well, that’s it for this morning I finally caught my leerfish ! I can’t really tell how big it was I’d say around 2 kg Maybe more, maybe less I don’t know but she gave a good fight. It got hooked really… I saw it follow but my camera was off and I just turned it on before she took the lure, I hope we’ll see it ! She took like like 50cm from the beach and then ran of . A nice fight and I could release it so… I’m quite happy, I hope I can catch more. Maybe tonight, or another afternoon. That’s it, see you soon !

    I Went Magnet Fishing & You Have to See for Yourself What I Found! (Treasure Hunt Challenge)
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    I Went Magnet Fishing & You Have to See for Yourself What I Found! (Treasure Hunt Challenge)

    October 10, 2019


    (heavy rock music)
    – That’s it. – Oh my, God!
    (laughing) (water splashing)
    Oh no, oh no! (laughing)
    (water splashing) – All right, so there’s this
    thing called magnet fishin’. It’s been around a while, but I don’t think it’s that popular. And I don’t know why ’cause this just looks so much fun. I don’t understand why
    it’s not more popular and why people aren’t doin’ this more. If you don’t know what magnet fishin’ is, I didn’t know until a week ago. Basically, magnet fishin’ is fishin’ with a magnet. (laughs) Fishin’ with a magnet! So, literally, all you do, you get a big magnet like this. Get your magnet on the
    end of your climbin’ rope, like this. You throw this thing into a lake. Once it’s in the lake, you let it sink right down to the floor, and you drag it back towards ya. So then, anything metal, down there, will stick to your magnet, and you’ll pull it in. There could be anything down there. And this lake we’re going to today is really old, been around
    like over a hundred-odd years. I think I’ve looked online, and I can see it’s been
    around for so long. So, I mean, there could
    be anything down there. I don’t even know what. There’s gotta be like a shoppin’ trolley or like a basket, maybe an old. But I don’t even know
    what could be down there. There’s gonna be so
    much rubbish down there. But hopefully, we can find something good. It’s just an unknown mystery. It’s literally fishin’ with a magnet. That’s why it’s called
    magnet fishin’, I think. So today, I’m going to a
    lake to try magnet fishin’. And I’m not just gonna
    be standin’ on the edge and throwin’ it in. I’ve got a boat. I’ve got my own boat! This boy’s got his own boat. (chuckles) I’ve always wanted my own boat. Seriously, I’ve saved up so long for this. I’ve bought it with my own money. I own this thing. It’s my own boat. (exhales deeply)
    My own boat. – That’s not a boat.
    – It’s a boat. – Where’s the boat?
    – It’s in here. It’s massive! It holds three people. It holds 230 kilos.
    – That’s a thingie, Thomas. You have to blow it up. You said you’re gonna us a boat. – It’s a boat.
    – Oh. – Three people could get in it. It’s a boat; it’s a boat, okay? (funky electronic music)
    Talkin’ about magnet fishin’, off this boat, in the lake. I posted a cool picture. It’s already on Instagram. Go check it out. I’ll be linking the description below, but my user name’s @killemftw.
    (bell dings) And also, make sure you
    subscribe to this channel, if you’re not already. And if you’ve already
    subscribed, why not press our little button,
    (banging tone) right next to the “Subscribe” button? You’ll open it every time you upload. It’s as easy as that! Another (mumbles). Let’s go in my boat, in my boat, and go magnet fishin’. This is gonna be cool! (dramatic drum beats) (ducks quacking)
    (shoes crunching on pier) – Ha, ha!
    – Hey! – (laughs)
    – Jesus Christ. Don’t ruin my top.
    – That’s a cool top. Where’d you get it from? – Kill’em, after you go down to link. – Oh well, that will–
    (laughing) Don’t touch it!
    (ducks quacking) – He left his socks.
    (funky electronic music) That’s like a brown, that’s that Giorgio– – Armani.
    – I think so, yeah. If you’ve lost your socks, what he got for his pond
    work sock, they’re here. Oh, Moon, I forgot. I’ve got a different idea. Instead of usin’ the boat,
    we just don’t use the boat. And I’ve got another thing to try. – [Moon] What is it? (waders squeaking) What’s that, Thomas? (funky electronic music) You’re goin’ on in style. (laughs) – Let’s go.
    – Thomas, what is it? – What, this?
    – What’s this? – It’s used for fishin’–
    – What are those? (laughing)
    – Fishin’ people use it, so you can get in the water. I don’t know why you
    wanna get in the water– – I would not want–
    – to fish. – [Moon] Oh, is it boots and? It’s one thing.
    – It’s all one. Right up to here, I’m waterproof, now. We don’t even need the boat.
    (funky electronic music) – [Moon] I’m still going on the boat. – Quick, come right up. – [Moon] Let’s go on boat. It’s nice and romantic. – Quick, but I think I’m gonna pass out. (water splashes)
    – Is it really waterproof? – I hope so. These are the only clothes I brought. It gets deeper–
    – Don’t go, whoa! – It gets deep really quick. I can only go this far.
    – That’s all right. You can throw it in a
    bit, and then get it out. – Let’s have a go, then. This is the smaller magnet. I’ve got a bigger one. (water splashes)
    (funky electronic music) – [Moon] What’s the tactic, then? Is there any tactic to it? – I didn’t know there was a tactic. I thought you just throw
    it out and pull it. (water splashes)
    – So throw and pull. – Throw and pull, the good
    ol’ throw and pull tactic. (water splashes)
    So is it a fishin’ thing? – What’s that?
    – I don’t know. First throw successful, Moon! – [Moon] Does anyone know what that is? – (exhales sharply)
    (water splashes) (funky electronic music) You just slowly bring it towards ya. – [Moon] I think so, and it
    should sink quite quickly. It’s quite heavy.
    – It’s on the floor. But do you drag it across the floor, so it like, hopefully, oh!
    (water splashes) Moon, seriously, hold that. (chuckles) What is it?
    (funky electronic music) – [Moon] Is it still, better not. – Oh, I’ve got it.
    (water splashes) Nothin’, it’s not goin’
    very well here, is it? – [Moon] We should go out on the boat. – I think I need the boat.
    – I’m on the boat. I’m on the boat. Everybody look at me ’cause
    we’re going on the boat. (air pump whooshing) – (exhales sharply) Why did
    we never buy the electric one? (air pump whooshing)
    He ain’t come for his socks, yet. If he’s not got ’em before we’re gone, we could claim it, can’t we?
    (air pump whooshing) Giorgio Armani, Moon. I bet they’re like 15 pounds.
    – Pump, yeah, pump it up. Why your feet is jumping? Well, thank goodness, take your time. – Your turn, now.
    (funky electronic music) Go on, there, Moon. Show me how it’s done.
    (air pump whooshing) – Almost done.
    (funky electronic music) – Nah, loads left.
    – Let’s see how you do it. (funky electronic music) – Ahhh!
    – Thomas, just shove it in. – Yee ha, yow!
    – Quick! (water splashes)
    I knew it. (laughing) (water splashes) (funky electronic music)
    Go, Kill’em! (laughing)
    (water splashes) – I ain’t got a paddle.
    (laughing) (water splashes)
    No! Moon, I’ll meet ya down there. – Bye.
    (water splashes) – We don’t need the boat. I’m in, now. (laughs) Come on now, Moon.
    – I’m not going in that wet boat, now. I said it’s gonna happen. I don’t have you on video. I should have filmed it.
    (water splashes) – Bye.
    – Let’s see how fast it goes. – If you’re changing video,
    I’ll spend the night here. I’ll see you in mornin’. (indistinct chatter)
    – Such an idiot. – It’s nice, isn’t it?
    (laughing) I don’t wanna go magnet fishin’, now. Let’s just stay here.
    (funky electronic music) (water splashes) The water’s goin’ way, really fast. You make me feel sick. Here we go, Moon, first
    magnet fishin’ off the boat. I don’t know how steady the boat is, so if we pull somethin’ big, I don’t know if we’re gonna go over. – [Moon] I’ll just lean on other side. – Just drop it?
    – Yeah, think so. (water splashes)
    (funky electronic music) – How deep is it? – [Moon] You think we got enough? Oh, no.
    – Wait, wait, wait. Oh, this ain’t goin’ good. It’s pullin’ down.
    – Are we tyin’ the knot, Thomas? (laughs)
    – I can’t escape these Moon jokes. Let’s just slowly pull her up. – Her, what’s her name?
    – Takisha. (water drips)
    Oh, uh, sludge. (water splashes)
    Aww! I don’t know what I’m doin’.
    (funky electronic music) If you’re a fishin’ magnet expert, (water splashes)
    I’m probably doin’ everything completely wrong. (exhales sharply)
    (water splashes) – [Moon] I should have
    brought my swimsuit. It’s quite a wet thingie.
    – You’re wet. You’re wet, Moon. (exhales sharply)
    – Bit chilly as well, when you’re a bit wet. – Moon, Moon!
    – What is it? (water splashes)
    A drone! (laughing)
    It’s a good one! – Oh, a drone. It’s obviously not, anymore. (laughs) – Oh yeah.
    – It’s got a camera, and everything. I bet someone must have been
    tryin’ to get a nice view. (laughs)
    – Yeah, they got. You wanna see their videos, don’t ya? (humming and creaking) – Come on, let’s do it. Let’s do it some more. This is awesome.
    – Aww! – Baby swans.
    – It’s beautiful. (water splashes)
    – Oh, we keep gettin’ blown to the edges. And we’ve already done this location. – I’m really motivated, now.
    – Oh, come on. Let’s go around this corner. – (muffled) It’s 1969.
    (water splashes) The national leader of
    six-man, rowing on the lake. – Moon, Moon!
    – What? Aww! (muffled) 1972. – Stop it!
    (laughing) – [Moon] You don’t have to throw it. (water splashes)
    We can swim a bit, now, and then drag it, after. – Oh, just like–
    – You know what I mean? – leave it.
    – No, leave it here. Just, oh–
    – Leave it hangin’. – [Moon] You can hook it in here. – And now just–
    – Now, you get– – like paddle around.
    – Yeah, yeah. You got a drone, Thomas. – I can’t believe (laughs)
    we found a drone, Moon. – (muffled) 1986.
    (water splashes) – Stop it!
    (laughing) ♪ Row, row, row your boat ♪ ♪ Gently down the stream ♪ (water splashes)
    I’m tryin’ a little bit, do I enjoy doin’.
    – It’s nice. (water splashes)
    It’s nice, here. – [Moon] Oh now, wait, wait,
    wait, wait, wait, wait. – Pull it.
    (water splashes) (funky electronic music)
    – Yeah. ♪ Na, na, na, na, na, na. ♪ Just be gentle with it. – I’m stuck.
    – You’re gettin’ jiggie with it.
    – I’m stuck. Please, please send help.
    – If you want a quick relationship–
    – Workshop, (mumbles) – on the thingie.
    – just send help, please. – I’m alone with this.
    – Missed relationship, then. – I’m alone with this.
    – Just sittin’ on the boat. – I feel like there’s somethin’ on it. – Yeah, the magnet, probably.
    (funky electronic music) – I’m not jokin’. That feels a lot heavier.
    (water splashes) – [Moon] See, the magnet. (rope rustles)
    (water splashes) Must have drawn the highlight, already. – It’s gotta be. It’s the only thing we’ve found, drone, a few screws, and a can. (funky electronic music) (inhales sharply) (metal clanks)
    – A lighter. – It’s a Zippo one. It’s a Zippo.
    – Zippo one. – Yeah.
    (metal clanks) – [Moon] This should be good, if that’s still working.
    (metal lighter whirs) – No.
    – No. – I’m hoping for like coins
    – (exhales sharply) and stuff, money, money.
    – Gimme, gimme that money. – Gimme that money.
    – That money! – [Moon] Do you think
    it’s gonna look any good? – I don’t know, but it could look cool, if we put a GoPro on
    the end of the paddle. (upbeat electronic music)
    I’m just tryin’ to see what’s there. And we can’t see it ’til we get home, but. (mic rattling)
    This is Moon, Moon face reveal. This is Kill’em, my face reveal. – Not that, oh.
    (mic rattling) Think that’s a better idea?
    (tape squeaking) – No. Wasp, wasp, get it, Moon! Moon, get it off, quick!
    – What should I do with it? (water splashes) (water splashes)
    Comin’ back, 99% just sludge.
    – Sludge and seaweed. – Just fishin’.
    – And a line to make their own.
    – We could make, like a really good cosmetic cream with seaweed. (boat creaks)
    No, don’t! (laughs) Don’t, Thomas!
    – Ahh! – Thomas, don’t.
    – (breathes sharply) Oh, oh. Quick, our camera, Moon, Moon, grab it. – What is it?
    – It feels really. – (heaves deeply)
    (water drips) Oh, get it back in.
    (water splashes) – It’s just seaweed, all over, eh, Moon. It’s gonna get tangled up.
    (upbeat electronic music) – I want sushi, now.
    (rope whirs) (water splashes)
    – Ah, I think it’s seaweed, again.
    (exhales deeply) It’s pullin’ the boat down. – [Moon] But maybe the
    seaweed is the real treasure. – Uh!
    – Not, it’s not. (water splashes)
    – We can’t find anything. I don’t. Shove over it, see if
    there’s somethin’ different. – Let’s go to the left.
    (water splashes) (dramatic electronic tones)
    – Uh, oh no! – Thomas, no!
    – No, no, no, no, no! – [Moon] It’s gone. Have you got it, yet, Thomas? – No, I can’t. It’s down there, somewhere.
    – Thomas, we’re in the middle of the freakin’ lake.
    (water splashes) I’m so freakin’ (bleeped
    out word) off, Thomas. – Oh, got it; I’ve got it.
    – I’m not goin’ home with you, anymore.
    – (exhales sharply) (water splashes)
    – That’s it. Can we go, please?
    – (blows out breath) I need this linked to my arm. I just need chains to keep it on. – [Moon] You need somethin’ different. You need a life.
    (water splashes) I’m sick of fishin’ seaweed, Thomas. – There’s just too much seaweed. (upbeat electronic music)
    Huh, more seaweed. – Because it was so–
    – (exhales sharply) Moon, Moon, Moon.
    – Thomas, what is that? (unknown object rattles) – It’s a gun! It’s a gun; it’s a gun. (laughs) Shock!
    – Thomas, keep it down! (laughing) (upbeat electronic music)

    Catching Fish in the Alaskan Tundra | Naked and Afraid
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    Catching Fish in the Alaskan Tundra | Naked and Afraid

    October 9, 2019


    ♪♪ -YESTERDAY WAS ROUGH.
    -IT WAS — PROBABLY THE WORST NIGHT
    OF MY LIFE. IT WAS TERRIBLE AND COLD. ALMOST GETTING
    HYPOTHERMIC SUCKED. TOMORROW’S EXTRACTION. IF WE DON’T GET
    MORE PROTEIN, WE WON’T MAKE IT
    ANOTHER NIGHT. ALL RIGHT, I’LL TRY TO KEEP
    THIS FIRE GOING, TOO. THAT WAY, LIKE,
    DON’T GET TOO COLD, ‘CAUSE YOU GOT TO BE
    IN IT FOR THE LONG HAUL. YEP. I’M USING A PIECE OF WILLOW
    I FOUND TO MAKE A FISHING POLE. HOPEFULLY
    USE THIS THING TO CAST. PFFFFF. FROZEN BODY. WARM UP FOR A MINUTE.
    AH. THAT RIVER IS
    FRICKING COLD, BABE. HOW ARE YOU FEELING,
    LIKE, FOR REAL? WHEN, LIKE, MY FEET START
    NUMBING OUT IS WHEN I GOT TO, LIKE, TELL MYSELF TO COME IN,
    BUT COWBOY UP. LET’S DO THIS. Steven: WE HAVEN’T HAD ANY LUCK
    FISHING IN THE SAME SPOT, SO WE’RE GONNA END UP MOVING. I THINK I WANT TO MOVE
    KIND OF BEHIND THAT BEAVER DAM OVER THERE.
    I DON’T KNOW. I JUST GOT A FEELING
    ABOUT THAT SPOT OVER HERE. I’M GONNA JUST
    GET LOCKED AND LOADED AND POST UP SHOP HERE. ♪♪ ♪♪ OHHHH, YEAH! Laura: YEAH! WHOO!
    YES! IT’S A GRAYLING. -HECK YEAH!
    -WHOO! LOOK AT THAT
    BEAUTIFUL FISH. I’M SO EXCITED! YEAH! -YOU GOT ONE?
    -YES! -YEAH!
    -YES! THERE’S ANOTHER ONE. MOVING TOTALLY WORKED. IT’S A RAINBOW TROUT,
    BABY. -NO WAY!
    -YEAH! -YEAH!
    -IT’S A BEAUTIFUL FISH. [ Laughing ]
    MAN, I FEEL LIKE
    I’M GONNA CRY. -CONGRATULATIONS!
    -THANKS. AH.
    [ LAUGHS ] IT’S JUST YOU WORK
    SO HARD [LAUGHS] FROZEN. [ Voice breaking ]
    IT’S AWESOME. I’M SUPER HAPPY. KILLING IT. [ Normal voice ]
    I THINK WE’RE GOOD, BABE. THINK WE’RE GOOD?
    LET’S DO THIS. WHOO! LOOK AT THAT
    BEAUTIFUL PINK FISH. OH, MY GOD. SHALL WE?
    OH, IT’S HOT. -CHEERS.
    -CHEERS. MMMMMM. IT IS SO GOOD. BEST TROUT I EVER ATE. -GOOD JOB.
    -GOOD JOB. HIGH-FIVE.

    Patagonia Lake State Park
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    Patagonia Lake State Park

    October 8, 2019


    – (upbeat music) – My name’s Chris Coniaris
    and I’m here to have a fun day kayaking on the lake. I’m thrilled. The one thing
    we don’t have in Tucson is water, so water sports,
    you often have to travel and to have something
    less than 90 minutes away from Tucson makes
    it very accessible. – This is our first trip to
    the lake and we heard about it from a few friends. They said
    if you need water in Arizona that this is the place to come. So it’s pretty close to
    Sierra Vista, so it was an easy drive for us today. I love it. I’m actually
    really surprised. The pictures online don’t
    do this place justice. It’s very pretty. The slope from the hill
    down to the lake makes it very easy for us to sit up
    here as parents and enjoy the shade while our kids
    can go crazy in the water. And it feels very safe.
    They’re not too far. I’ve got a good view of
    everything around me. Good view of the beach.
    Very well set up. (water splashes) – The lake itself surface
    acres is 265 surface acres of actual surface water. The park itself is
    not too much bigger. With the camp grounds, it’s almost 600 acres,
    the park itself. We also manage the
    state trust land which surrounds the park. That’s over 2,000 acres. And then the Sonoita
    Creek State Natural Area is several thousand acres. We have camping. We have 13
    campsites out on the lake. The real popular ones,
    we have a big island and a smaller island that
    people like to use. Obviously, skiing, wakeboarding. – We have several
    different species of fish. We have largemouth bass.
    We have channel cat and flathead cat. We also have bluegill, crappie. In the wintertime,
    we stock with trout. And we have several
    different tournaments a year for the largemouth bass. – Quite a bit of bass here. It’s a tough lake, but I’ve
    caughten some good fish, five- six-pound range in here, and it’s just a great
    lake. It’s a fun lake. It’s tough. It’s not
    a numbers lake where you’re gonna catch
    10, 20 fish a day, but it is tough and it
    has produced in the past. – There’s a lot of wildlife.
    We have everything from the big predator,
    the mountain lion, to the little ringtail
    cats, raccoons, skunk. All your normal stuff. One of the biggest draws we
    have here at the lake is our birding program. People
    come from miles and miles and other states and countries
    to see the Elegant Trogon. It’s one of our favorite
    birds and most famous birds, along with the
    Kingfisher, Gnatcatchers. Over 200 different species
    of birds are found here at Patagonia Lake. So one of the interesting
    things about the park is that it was built over
    top of the New Mexico Patagonia Railroad. The railroad was constructed
    in the late 1800s and abandoned in the mid 1900s. It started in Benson, Arizona,
    traveled through Sonoita, down through Patagonia into
    Mexico all the way to (mumbles). The railroad was used
    for transport of cattle for the local ranchers
    and also the local mines transported their ore to market. – I’m Bob Bergier and I
    found this at the ranch about a hundred years,
    and I’ve lived here about 40 years full time now. Patagonia State Park
    was formed by these men, one of them my father, and
    they built a recreational lake. These are the documents
    to get the loan. They had to prove
    that the people in the area wanted to do this. So this is the signatures
    of people lived on in 1966. It’s very interesting
    who lived here then and all of them signing
    these documents. I was about 20, I was at NAU. I didn’t pay attention, though. Later, I was overwhelmed
    that they did that. That all these men got
    together and did that. Something like that
    would never happen now. I don’t know what
    they were thinking. I mean really, they had
    a different attitude. They just, let’s build
    it. We can do it. But one of the big
    problems they had, that road was dirt and
    they realized they could never probably afford
    to pave that whole road. And it’s one of the reasons
    I think they made the deal with the state to
    have a state park. (guitar plays) – I got this little
    boat a few months ago. It’s quiet, you know,
    and it’s relaxing. And it’s close to Tucson.
    It’s not that far away. And it’s definitely a
    totally different climate. It’s usually a bit cooler. It’s a fun place to escape
    for a while and feel like you’re maybe
    not in a desert.

    [Eng Sub][VLOG] Suga 190102 Suga On Vacation Fishing
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    [Eng Sub][VLOG] Suga 190102 Suga On Vacation Fishing

    October 8, 2019


    SG: it’s late night for take video now? SG: can we just jump over? SG: I can’t jump here SG: aygoo I’m going Sleep Everyone SG:How about eating ramyun ? Jin: No ,No We have to eat at the last moment, SG :I listen their tteokbokgi to, Jin: No-2 that’s not how to eat ramyun Eating Ramyun Jin:There are two boys eat ramyun but feel like one eat SG: This one is…, Jin: hey we can eat this right away , SG: we get to this one SG: Bangtan Fisherman SG: Alright Ready go… let’s go for fishing SG: Bite it bite it SG: bite it Jin: This spot is… Jin: I thought it bite my hook Jin:fishes here bite strong SG: I would find that out only if I ever catch Something SG: Hyung we are catching fishes at the bottom anyway right? Jin: At least we caught one SG:( pull up)NoNoNoNo SG: bite it bite it SG:not now Jin: don’t you think you pull up the rod to often? SG: I don’t think it’s went up right …. I just want to check if the bait SG: the bait is still there Jin: isn’t They ate it ? SG: They eat it SG: it’s not a good omen Jin: The bait is gone SG: no it’s a tangled Jin: Yoongi-ah.. this is rockfish Jin: I think we make 3 Sashimi with this, SG: I think now we eat something Jin: Yoongi-ah let’s eat half slice each, SG: yes SG: I doubt we can make more than 3 slice with this. Jin: Yoongi-ah eat half and half SG: I’m gonna eat some… Tang spicy fish now I’m bit tired. (Sorry I can’t listen clearly) SG: I think it’s hard to fishing down, Jin: Right because we have to stay up all night Jin: octopus it’s delicious just before , it was delicious but I think I’m full of because of Ramyun SG: all finish (Speak Dishes name) Sg: Ah.. Incheon airport …oh it’s not the Airport it’s a Incheon harbour. Sg: I’m so tired SG: why I look tired? SG:why I do look like (middle age man)?

    Sailboat Abandoned On New Jersey Beach
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    Sailboat Abandoned On New Jersey Beach

    October 8, 2019


    GO TO CBS NEW YORK.COM/APPLE TV FOR STEP BY STEP INSTRUCTIONS. A SAILBOAT THAT RAN AGROUND AT THE JERSEY SHORE IS STILL SITTING IN THE SAND. THE BOAT IS BLOCKING BEACH ACCESS AND BECOMING A HEADACHE FOR LOCALS WHO SAY IT NEEDS TO GO. MEG BAKER REPORTS. Reporter: THIS 30-FOOT BOAT HAS BEEN SITTING ON THE BEACH AT THE NORTH END OF SEA BRIGHT FOR TWO WEEKS. FIRST RESPONDER WAS PART OF A DRAMATIC RESCUE ON JUNE 19th WHEN THE SAILER RAN UP ON A SANDBAR AROUND MIDNIGHT. WHY ARE YOU BEING CALLED THE NINJA LIFEGUARD FOR JUMPING UP ON HIS BOAT IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT. Reporter: I BET IT WAS PITCH- BLACK. COULDN’T SEE SHORE FROM THE BOAT. Reporter: THE RUSSIAN OWNER WAS SAILING FROM MARYLAND BACK TO HIS HOME IN BROOKLYN. HE TRIED TO PUSH THE BOAT BACK OUT TO SEA TO NO AVAIL. THEN ABANDONED SHIP. HE COMPLETELY GAVE UP HIS RIGHTS. HE DIDN’T HAVE ANY TYPE OF INSURANCE. THE COAST GUARD WON’T REMOVE IT BECAUSE IT’S NOT A HAZARD. Reporter: UNDER NEW JERSEY LAW A BOAT CAN BE ABANDONED IN AN EMERGENCY SITUATION. NOW, IT’S SEA BRIGHT’S PROBLEM AND WILL COST THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS. COMPLICATING IT FURTHER. THE NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF EPA IS ALSO INVOLVED IN THE REMOVAL OF THE BOAT BECAUSE THERE ARE ENDANGERED SPECIES ON THIS BEACH. LOCALS SAY ITS BEEN THE TALK OF THE TOWN. IT’S DOING IT’S BEST JOB BUT IT REALLY SHOULD BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE OWNER TO TAKE IT OFF THE BEACH. FOR SURE. Reporter: AT LEAST IT’S LIKE GOING TO SEE A HIDDEN TREASURE FOR THEM. Reporter: THEY HOPE TO TAKE THE BOAT OUT PIECE BY PIECE NEXT WEEK.

    Half Moon Bay pontoon put in place
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    Half Moon Bay pontoon put in place

    September 30, 2019


    So the Half Moon Bay ferry facility is a project
    to replace the existing facility that we have, where we share with the Bucklands Beach Yacht
    Club. This is a building, a bespoke facility with connectivity to buses. It’s a fixed wharf
    with a floating pontoon and gangway off the end and just a much better, upgraded facility
    for the local area. So, today’s a big milestone, the pontoon is being constructed, pre-fabricated
    off-site and assembled at Westhaven and today we got the window of time to bring it over
    from Westhaven and locate it, physically locate it on site. It’s been a reasonably long day,
    it’s taken about four hours to move it along, just because the nature of the unit doesn’t
    move at high speed, so they’ve just taken it around the other way. The weather hasn’t
    played out too great for them, it’s a bit choppy and windy today, but they’ve had a
    great run of it and got it delivered on time and onto site. Now, you can see that they’ve
    just put it into its final location. It will be a huge difference, we’re increasing numbers
    of ferries and numbers of buses and this brings it all together, connects it together. Just
    provide that extra level of service to get people from here into the city, using one
    of the best modes of transport we’ve got.

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    One Day of Small Stream Trout Fishing: 3×3 Digest

    September 29, 2019


    That tree isn’t helping, I must say. At least it isn’t helping me. It is helping the fish, if it’s there. Yeah, my casts are way to short. That’s because I, I’m still not used to this spinning. I use it very rarely. It’s soft and I don’t have a good feel for it. The leaders (guides), as you can see, as you can see, the first leader, it’s the most important one, is very small. And I don’t understand why are they putting in such small leaders into a rod which is supposed to be casting lures from 0 to 7 grams. These lures are very small. You must facilitate the casting instead of making it more difficult, so.. I really, really don’t get it why so many ultralight rods have these microscopic leaders. OK. So first interesting action. So, as you can see a brown trout. It’s about 32-33 centimetres. That’s, that’s like 13 inches, maybe slightly more. But it’s a pretty nice fish for this stream actually. But it’s just unfortunate that it took so long to get one. This stream, it has this tendency to lose clarity of water. What’s the English word for that? Just by itself. It’s not running too high. But there were some rains, and that’s it, it’s enough. In a shallow it seems that the water is pretty clear but obviously visibility is low. As you can see the tree that was there last autumn has been moved to the side. But it’s still there. This one. This is a first good hole. And not good signs. Water is murky but I think that if the fish were really active… Oh! Ok, so… I spoke too soon. Ahh..! Maybe I played too much with it. It looked like quite a decent trout actually. At least 35 centimetres, at least 14 inches. Maybe even more. But it took some time to take the spinner. I think it was maybe fourth or fifth cast. As you can see, this stream is very twisty. And my shadow is falling in that direction. I somehow feel it should be falling somewhere else, but… Oh! Finally. Head shaker. Let’s see… 31-32 centimetres maybe. Let’s see if this is a sign of things to come or just a lone, suicidal fish. [Thanks for watching 🙂 Become a subscriber!]

    This is the story of an exclusive boat builder from The Netherlands – Aluqa exclusive boats
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    This is the story of an exclusive boat builder from The Netherlands – Aluqa exclusive boats

    September 26, 2019


    Have you ever seen an aluminium boat leaving
    the harbour setting sail to the open sea? I saw one recently with beautiful people on
    board. Heading to devine beaches and hidden coves. Watching this boat, I was totally mesmerized by its smooth lines, its agility, its destinct features. This is the story of an exclusive
    boat builder from The Netherlands. Creating a new quality standard of craftmanship. Combining lightweight aluminium with outstanding boat parts. Bringing these elements smartly together
    resulted into the ALUQA. Symbolizing timeless design, elegance and performance. We call it essential beauty. A beauty that appeals to the nautical lifestyle and invites to explore. But first and foremost the things we do, must add value. Its the small things that make
    a big difference. That’s what sets the ALUQA apart. No wonder it was crowned Motoryacht
    of the Year 2016. Enjoy life, enjoy ALUQA.