Ever wonder why one lure out-fishes another? Here’s my latest underwater salmon bites video (shot on a Waterwolf HD) that will shed some light!
Here’s the latest underwater video from the “Bobber Cam” series — I got Lots of bites on film with my [easyazon_link identifier=”B00R8I6W5O” locale=”US” tag=”fiwijd-20″]Water Wolf[/easyazon_link] and you’ll be amazed at how soft some of these fish nipped at the bait!
Bet you’ve never seen an underwater view of a sockeye salmon bite! I got some cool footage with my “bobber cam” [easyazon_link identifier=”B00R8I6W5O” locale=”US” tag=”fiwijd-20″]WaterwolfHD[/easyazon_link] in Alaska. There are king, chum and rainbow bites on here too!
I need to refine the technique a bit to make sure the bait is onscreen as long as possible but there’s still some cool stuff in here!
This quick clip I shot with my [easyazon_link identifier=”B01MAWGG0S” locale=”US” tag=”fiwijd-20″]Okuma Water Wolf Camera[/easyazon_link] shows how incredibly fast a striped bass can go on the attack. It’s also interesting to note that he comes to the bait head on, but decides to eat to from behind…
I was skimming though the archives of the FishwithJD Youtube channel and ran across this video of underwater salmon bites I shot last summer. Yeah, I’ve posted it before, but after a long winter, it got me fired up to fish…and figured it would pump you up, too!