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Loved the video. I especially liked the over the shoulder shots. Gives me a good idea of what I would see if I was actually successful :yaeh-am-not-durnk:

Also a good way to observe your technique.

Thanks.

"Thanks to Mother Mercy, Thanks to Brother Wine, Another night is over and we're walking down the line" - David Mallett

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Thanks.

Using stimulators #6's and sofa pillow #4's. Not sure if it makes a big difference at this point. They are looking up for cicadas which are pretty much gone now.

Water is murky from the flood. Table Rock's surface is pretty clear but I guess it's not down deep. This is how it was in '08.

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What were they hitting?

I really liked the way you filmed this. This was better than most fishing shows because you can see the fly and the fish take. I hate it when you watch a fishing show and they make most of the footage a front shot of the person fishing and you have no idea what is actually going on in the water. This is much better. Good job.

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Very nice video work! The audio is pretty good as well. I really liked the "over-the-shoulder" views as well. Gives a pretty good perspective from your point of view AND seeing the take is a SUPER help. Too many others do not do that.

GOOD STUFF!!!

Thank you!

Bill

If you liked the sound....Thank the engineer!

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Made my day Phil!

Andrew Nelson

Outdoor Adventures Graduate Assistant

Campus Recreation

Missouri State University

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Filmed this morning. Practicing our videography.

Great piece of photography. I was able to see the fly and the hit. Also great job of keeping out of the overhangs and getting the fly right into the bank with a good drift under the cover.

Thanks for the great video.

Thom Harvengt

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