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Thread: Droppin & Poppin for Saltwater Bass

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    Default Droppin & Poppin for Saltwater Bass

    I got in the water earlier this week with the sunrise. I couldn't have asked for a nicer morning; no wind and glassy water all morning. The bite shut off after high tide, but it was fun and I decided to make the video about the techniques I'm using. I'm not doing anything new or different, but I get questions from new fishermen and I'm happy to explain what I'm doing.

    I hope you enjoy - Happy Fishing!


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    Hey Bob,how you doin,nice vid, it really looked like a nice day out there,nothing like California in the winter!

    Cya Tuna Vic

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    Agreed. it is quite a bit of work to put those together in editing with titles. Good job on fishing and editing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ornery Bob View Post
    I got in the water earlier this week with the sunrise. I couldn't have asked for a nicer morning; no wind and glassy water all morning. The bite shut off after high tide, but it was fun and I decided to make the video about the techniques I'm using. I'm not doing anything new or different, but I get questions from new fishermen and I'm happy to explain what I'm doing.

    I hope you enjoy - Happy Fishing!

    What type of camera is that for the underwater footage?

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    Thanks guys!

    Crazy nice day for mid-February, that's for sure.

    It's funny, but I spend more time working on the videos than I do in the water! But that's exactly the point for me; I get the relive the experience and catch those fish again.

    The underwater camera is an Ion Air Pro. It runs for about 2 1/2 hrs on an internal battery, so I can't swap batteries out like I can on the GoPro.

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