Want to step up the quality and content of your fishing videos – start shooting stock shots when you’re on the water fishing to tell viewers more about what you’re doing, how you’re doing it, why you’re doing, and just flat out make for a better story.

Always run that camera even when you don’t think it’s worth it – trust me it’s worth it and will come in handy down the road when editing!

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an unforgettable day captured by gopro fishing the florida everglades.  with the water low fish push out into the last remaining deep water – i.e. the canals; and it can make for a big bass smash.  it’s not about catching them, it’s more about catching the biggest ones you possibly can.  best 5 went around 37lbs all caught on magnum baits – D&M Custom Baits Flippin Craw and 1/2oz Reins Tungsten.

out on a breezy but warm day fishing brushpiles but struggling a bit to stay lined up on them.  ended up losing a 5 pound fish throwing a Gambler Wrecking Ball paired up with a half of an ER 16 mag straight worm.  switched over to a carolina rig with a big heaver Reins Tungsten weight to stay more connected with the bottom and cover when dragging rigged up with a Burner Worm and popped a 7 pound bass.