So I crashed my drone my buddy Joey accidentally casted a bit to close and the line caught up in the motors and …well it’s history from there. If anyone thinks this is staged ..Thats dumb it was a honest mistake but it was all taken care of. Hope you guys are entertained by this lol
See Catchemallfishing point of view of this tragedy ;(
Fun carp fishing with a new drone and product review of stinky stuff.
It’s time to get some fun fishing done as a welcome break from the hard lake fishing Vlog. In the fun fishing part of the Vlogs I’m going to pop the odd review in for an independent point of view.
Bebop Drone 2 Fishing for Quadcopter in Kona Hawaii 2016. Connected Fishing line with large wire hook to the Bebop 2 drone and the rest of the line was going to the fishing pole. Almost got it. My theory was to use velcro on the drone so that the line connection could break away and not trap my drone. The attempt nearly worked. My second attempt I hooked up my line differently and the drone was stuck on takeoff by the line and then wound line all around the motor. I suggest using long thin plastic packing straps that hold boxes and using them instead of fishing line. I think that would work with the straps connected and the drone elevated on takeoff so that the straps and hoks can dangle freely. also using more hooks? New to this, but it nearly worked. I thought that my fishing line connected to the fishing pole would help me reel it in but the wind blew the line into another tree so that made extraction of the hooks difficult.
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Well guys, not much to say about this one. A great day of bass fishing took a hard turn for the worse once peric tried to fly my drone at the end of the day after we concluded fishing. I should have known to always be recording around Peric of all people, Jason was the only one to have recorded the mayhem so out of respect for him I gotta let him have that unbelievable clip for his video. Check out his channel and duster’s below!
Have you ever been wondering if there are suitable rivers to go fly fishing in Southern Thailand by yourself?
This is a report of a do-it yourself fly fishing trip in Southern Thailand without a guide. I found this river by searching on google maps and streetview. Be aware that this film was shot during dry season, which means the river levels are low and visibility is good. Yet, I didn’t expect the water clarity being as good as it was.
I caught only small fish but I suppose there must be rivers with larger mahseer. However, to find them needs much more time than 1 day. If you need to catch a big fish faster – get a guide. Otherwise take a lightweight rod and have fun with the small fish. But be prepared, Mahseer are very strong fighters.
If you have any questions, feel free to write them into the comment section below or head over to http://expeditom.com
I used the following gear for fishing:
Scott A4 #6 Fly Rod
Sage 3250 Fly Reel
Orvis Waterproof Slingbag (upcoming collection March 2017)
Sony Alpha 5100
Tamron 18-200mm lense
Hoya Filters CP and ND1000
Mavic Pro Drone from DJI
Polar Pro Filters (attach after starting the drone!)