Finally mastered night videoing. This should prove to be very revealing when I get stuck into it in November 2017. look out for some cool videos here.
Underwater video of carp and ducks. The Carp don’t seem to react at all to the darting presence of the birds. I guess they are just used to them.
Watch as I spook the feeding carp fish, and how soon they return. I see this with fish that are actively feeding, but not fish that cruising around.
What does this fish think it’s doing? This was caught by one of my surveillance cameras. Never seen anything like it before,
Here I poke a camera into some snags hoping to catch a glimpse of the carp before they spook off. However, they don’t spook. They just swim in front of […]
Here we have a larger, brighter patch of bait. Watch how more spooky the fish around this more obvious bait patch. I only see this where the fish are actively […]
I have heard of anglers using sophisticated baiting patterns to lure fish onto the hookbait but I always thought it was bollocks. However after watching this, mayb’e I should put […]
This is a long video. It’s an hour and a half condensed down to Thirteen minutes. But worth watching as there is much to learn here. I fed the swim […]
Here the camera has been disturbed by a fish and the camera cable is in in clear view. Watch as the carp are happy to feed around and sometimes under […]
These fish seem to have developed a boilie phobia. Watch as they spook when one pop’s in their mouth.
I have seen fish rub thier flanks many times before. But nothing like this! What does this fish think its doing?
I wonder what this fish thinks it is achieving here? I have never seen behaviour like this before.
Watch as this carp gets hooked on the popup. Is this an example of what some anglers say? It’s easier to catch a moving fish than a stationary one?
Watch as the carp feed by my camera cable not spooking at all. Quote this video next time someone tells you to use slack lines
Watch as they get one in their mouth they spook.