Go Pro Video of birds
I’m finally getting used to the GoPro, and the potential they have for changing photography and video in a serious way. The birds and squirrels are in a frenzy as the ground is frozen solid here in Denton, Texas. I had to speed this up and adjust the exposure a bit, but you can run it any speed you want.
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We are basically frozen in here in North Texas. It’s day two of “ice-mageddon” in a place not known for polar temperatures (single digits a few miles north of here), and the media seems to be settling down a bit. As far as media is concerned, I am subjecting myself to high doses of the World Fishing Network, and I find it interesting how each show has at least one flaw built in to the production – all the way through, every episode.
For obvious reasons, the helicopters were hovering nearby our house last night covering a twelve mile backup along I35E at 380. It was one of those surreal moments when you hear the chopper, and see the picture on the news simultaneously. For any of you who are mobile, and stopped on the highway near Denton, Texas, feel free to come by for some hot coffee and a bagel. For directions – 9four0three8zero0four0eight. It’s like I tweeted last night @texasflycaster; get out of your cars and walk into town!
I am slowly recovering my motivation to write up the Black Friday story. To sum it up, it was the first BLANK ever on a Black Friday. It was so slow that I had time to really think about what superstitions we have as fishers. I also had a lot of time to try and back through the variables that made two days of blind casting an eight weight the failure that it was … a little science and a little voodoo. How’s that for balance?
Right now, housebound as I am, it is a good time to think of new ways to generate the new income that will be needed to move forward with more exciting, and more successful, adventures. I was wondering just how many of you have GoPro cameras out there? I am looking to launch a new website based on GoPros very, very soon. As many problems as I’ve had with GoPros, they are obviously improving and here to stay. But I have been told that I may not be as technically challenged as some people, so you can get a hint of where the new website is going.
This much I do know: This has been a great week for finding out who some of my friends really are in the work world. “Strange days indeed,” – John Lennon
fly fishing guadalupe river living waters fly shop
December 7th, Saturday
9:30 A.M. — Texas Trout 101
Most everything you need to know about how to catch trout on the Guadalupe River this season! We will cover topics such as presentations, fly selection, playing fish, and effective release techniques! Bring a notebook and a pen because there will be a lot of information to record!
1:30 P.M – Reading the Water
Many anglers do not know how to properly “read the water” to find prime fish holding locations, this clinic will teach you the basic essentials! If you know what kind of water the fish are looking for, it makes your job of finding fish that much easier!
3:00 P.M – Gear/Rigging
In this clinic we will cover all of the core elements of trout gear. Learn the finer points of rigging for trout! We will cover dry/droppers, double nymph dropper, finesse dry fly, emergers, and more! This clinic will literally save you hours on the water! We have some short cuts that will keep you fishing more and rigging less!