Post By: toobman Posted: 4/23/2012 4:54:26 PM Points: 673
Josh and I recently went to Lonetree to try out some new video sunglasses and boy was it a trip! Videoing your catches while it happens is so cool! We arrived at the lake around 2pm on 4/22/12. The wind was north at 5-10, partly cloudy skies, air temp was 75 degrees with a water temp of 63. We fished in about 3 to 5 ft of water and the structure was trees. Josh was pitching a texas rigged beaver with 1/4 ounce bullet weight, I was pitching a Fintech Title Shot Jig with a paca chunk trailer. Fishing was a blast and messing with video was fun too! I put together a short video of one of the fish we caught. Let me know what you think and maybe I will start doing little tip segments while I am fishing.
We were only doing 4.2 mph on gps into the wind Lol! I just looked at the video again and it sure looks like we are going faster but we weren't must be the waves going the other direction. At around 16:57 you can see that we are basically idleing and not even leaving white water. My boat idles at 4.0 mph.
The Glasses were awesome, I only wish I would have had a full charge on them. I missed out on a few fish later in the day but they still worked great. I also like the ability to take pictures with them while I am taking video. I think I am going to try to see if the time can be removed at the bottom of each video so I can do better productions on youtube. I can't wait to use them out of state where I can run the boat at top speed, going 4 mph is really slow, LOL! I think I may have to talk with Phazzer and see if they need someone to promote their product! I could use a new boat wrap you know!
Hello, PhazzerCaz here fello fisherman. I received a google alert for phazzer and saw this wonderful blogging talking about fishing with PhaZZer DVR3.0 II wireless recording rechargeable eyewear. Let's schedule a phone call so we can discuss some potential promotion.
I just got back from Colorado and got my feet wet in the south platte. Saw two bows but they were extremely spooky. I plan on going back to fish and hike 12000 feet above Alma way up in the clouds to find new streams and honey holes. I have the right friend that lives there that is willing to direct me.
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