Friday, May 4, 2012

New Music Edit: Catching Chronicles Video...Big Browns and Baby Brook Trout!! Wisconsin's Driftless Area

Here is another video I put together from my last trip.  Nothing was biting very early and I refused to change out my fly.( Baby Brook Trout Streamer )  Finally at about 11:00 a.m. the Big Browns could no longer deny the wounded appearance of the streamer.  Again I had to use music from YOUTUBE so if you don't like it just mute it and choose some of your own tunes you would rather hear along with it.   I got permission to use some great STICK FIGURE music that I think goes along nicely with the rest of it. ( Stick Figures New Album is dropping in June )  I lost battery power in the Flipcam about half way through the trip, so the second half was recorded via my Nikon D5000 hanging on my chest.  NOTE TO SELF:  Bring a lot of batteries next time and convince someone to help me capture video.  Hope enjoy!!  Let me know what you think.

This is my latest edit.



All fish were caught on the Brook Trout pattern and released to swim another day.



Until Next Time...... Tight Lines to All !!!

26 comments:

  1. Enjoyed this...I love the look of browns and hope to get into them soon...Cheers

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    1. R.O.T.F.,
      Thanks much. Those browns were some speckily trout for sure. Good luck on your quest for them yourself. Tight Lines.

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  2. Nice work! Got a picture and idea of your area. Nice fish!

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    1. Satoshi,
      Thanks a lot man. That is just a little taste. Most of the other (public) spots are a touch hairier :) This stretch was private and pastured nicely. Thanks for stopping by. Tight Lines

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  3. Very enjoyable. The music worked so well with video.

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    1. Brk Trt,
      Thanks a lot. Glad to hear that you like the music as well. Hopefully they are like wine and get better with age:) Tight Lines.

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  4. Those are some very big browns for some small water!

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    1. Mark,
      Thanks a lot. I was excited to catch that last one out of the same hole that I was sure got spooked as I watched a huge Rainbow fly by. They must not be able to see anything hiding under that rock :) Those fish were actually small compared to some fish I have heard being taken from streams like this one, even smaller. Tight Lines

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  5. Great job Trout, its hard to pick filming over fishing but you seem to have a happy balance going on.

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    1. Blake H,
      Thanks a lot man. It was definitely a pain in the butt with all of the setting up of the camera, but was glad I did it in the end. I really can't wait until my wife heads out on the video, while I fish. :) Tight Lines.

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  6. Those were indeed some huge browns! If you're ever looking to do some filming and want someone to fish let me know! This summer i plan to do quite a bit of filming and editing.

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    1. Blake F,
      Thanks man. We will have to head out some time and chase some trout in the future. Keep the cameras dry :) Tight Lines.

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  7. All I can say is very cool! I enjoyed it.

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    1. Kiwi,
      Thanks much. It was fun putting it together. Glad you liked it :) Tight Lines.

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  8. Well done Magee! Well done! That Brown was a tank!

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    1. Brian S,
      Thanks a lot. This stream has some real gems in it that's for sure :) Tight Lines.

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  9. Trout
    I really like the lead up to the stream and then the landing of the trout with the fantastic colors--that brown was awesome---did a really good job. Thanks for sharing

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    1. Bill T,
      Thanks a bunch. Glad to hear that you like it. I hope each gets better with time :) Tight Lines.

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  10. So good...like I said on FB, keep em coming. Awesome stuff!

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    1. Sanders,
      Thanks man Glad you like it. I will get out there and chase some more trout soon. Tight Lines.

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  11. Very nice. People talk about the good old days but I can never remember better spring fishing conditions or more good sized trout here in Bluff Country. Matching the regs to the individual streams is working well.... :)

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    1. Troutbirder,
      Thanks much. I hear you, these days the Driftless seems to be getting sweeter each year that passes ;) Love watching those big ones swim away to be caught another day. Tight Lines

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  12. Trout
    Really enjoyed the video--I was also impressed with the brown trout, can you post an image of the pattern you was using--interesting name for the fly. Thanks for sharing

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    1. Bill,
      Thanks much. Yes I will post an image of the fly on this post. I'll get to that right away. It really worked well when twitched. Tight LInes

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  13. Nice post, I'm going to have to try that pattern out. I wonder if it will work on the fish in my area.

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    1. Fin and Fur,
      Thanks a lot. I bet it would work nicely out there. Let me know the results :) Tight Lines.

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