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Old 04-06-2015, 11:27 AM
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Posted this over in the saltwater section. Fly fishing for redfish in Georgetown South Carolina. Hope you all enjoy it.
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I'm having a sazerac & blackened red for dinner after seeing that. I am definitely getting one of those cameras; great clip & glad he was able to clear all that line once it got past the boat - did you edit out a close call there?
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I'm having a sazerac & blackened red for dinner after seeing that. I am definitely getting one of those cameras; great clip & glad he was able to clear all that line once it got past the boat - did you edit out a close call there?
he did clear it well, he had the shakes once he saw the size of the school...
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I understand the business of learning to edit things into useable footage. I think you did well, even had music Anything I've done just has me mumbling something about casting or not falling down for the soundtrack.

That looks like fun and good to eat too, doesn't get much better!

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I love fishing for reds! It's one thing I definitely miss from growing up in Louisiana. Last time I was home, I had a school of probably 100 bull reds rounding up tiny glass minnows before crashing into them so hard that they were porpoising out of the water. It was to windy for my fly rod but I finally managed one before they moved on. Hooking one in a big school like that while they are so focused on working together to ball up bait is actually pretty hard.
Here is the only one I pulled from the school, now imagine 100 of these jumping out of the water.. I will be back down there in May with my fly rod with hopefully some success. Even though i am expecting more of a trout bite than red.

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