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Over the past year we had been experimenting with the WaterWolf underwater camera system. This year we acquired the "bottom kit" for it, which allows it to be used in a more carp-safe manner, much like a lead safety clip (be warned, replacement weights are not easy to come by and cost a pretty penny!). After multiple sessions, lots of trial and error, we finally managed to get some carp on film and wanted to share it with you all. Here are Parts 1 & 2 (yes, we have yet more footage to edit and more recorded every few sessions). In part 1, we see a trout ninja the bait soon after the cast, moving it a good foot away from the pack and perhaps costing us a bite. In part 2, we see a good example of poor hook link line lay, our bait being buried beneath the silt, a school of shad and yet more trout pecking away at the baits. I'm working on part 3, where we watch the carp constantly sucking in, then sickeningly, spitting right back out, a pop-up ! (Yes, we did finally get a run on film, will be out in either part 3, or 4). Hope you Enjoy ! Tight-Lines, John
I have a few of these coming enjoy! This has always been a grand experience being able to touch these magnificent sea creatures. This Mudskipper surely knows how to make a first impression: Such primal power and might this Silverback Gorilla was pure muscle: My daughter had a memory-filled day of a lifetime