Would any of you guys be interested in how-to DVDs on catching specific species? Or would you prefer a straight highlights video (blitz footage, etc.). I'm thinking about shooting a couple and selling them for around 20 bucks or so. Would any of you guys have any interest in this?
are you also considering How-to videos for casting,rigs,and water reading?I've yet to venture onto the conventional side(though I use them all the time freshwater fishing).Just the thought of the size of the birdnest on a 10+foot rod scares me
There'll be plenty of topwater footage. Honestly, most of you guys on here know how to catch stripers so I was thinking a how-to might not be up your alley. I just thought some killer footage would be your thing--I'm planning on taking a lot of time off over the next couple of months to chase birds and am going to bring a videocam with me. Hopefully I'll find the same stuff as I did last year.
But I guess I could put a little how to in. Maybe the details could be more about the conditions that are conducive to a blitz than specifics on tackle.
The striper one would be the first, but it would make sense to do some others. Maybe hook up with the distance guys and do one on distance, another on pier techniques...
Sand Flea, I'd be interested in any videos featuring blitz footage or how to stuff. I think it would be cool to shoot fishing at a bunch of local spots and show different types of fishing(beach, rock jetties, wading around bridges, etc.)
Sounds like you have a lot of supporters for this endeavor. You may want to hook up with someone with marketing experience....
It would probably take a little time, but maybe you could hook up with some of the tog fishermen on the site and throw together a quality "how-to" on blackfish (maybe include some sheephead and spadefish footage.) You could mine through the archives for ideas....
Good luck on your endeavor, and put me down for the striper CD!
I will be interested in obtaining a copy of the DVD or video.
Things I will be interested in:
1. 'How to' related to
-catch different species of fish using different baits and lures
-fish surf vs piers
-equipment (rod, reels, lines, and etc...)
2. Different spots in the cheasapeake bay or carolinas
-when and where to go
-near by tackle stores
Sandflea, these are some suggestion that serve my interest as a first year fisherman. Hope this helps.
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