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    Upper Delaware River Fly Fishing

    Every so often I slap a video together. Here are a few of them for anyone who hasn't seen em:







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    Re: Upper Delaware River Fly Fishing

    Nice, I just picked up a head mounted mini cam.....It records what you see (so they say)...I intend to post some video as well...Liked the L.P. score.....


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    Re: Upper Delaware River Fly Fishing

    These head mounted mini cams are the new scourge of the outdoor world. Every other chode skiing or riding on the mountain, or mountain biking on the trail, has one now. Youtube, Vimeo, etc. will be flooded with a tidal wave of shit. For every one good video for someone doing something cool, or an unintended-train wreck, there will be 1000 videos of awefullness.

    Roll up the windows Brian, you're letting the stank out.

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    Re: Upper Delaware River Fly Fishing

    Quote Originally Posted by Trout Nazi View Post
    These head mounted mini cams are the new scourge of the outdoor world. Every other chode skiing or riding on the mountain, or mountain biking on the trail, has one now. Youtube, Vimeo, etc. will be flooded with a tidal wave of shit. For every one good video for someone doing something cool, or an unintended-train wreck, there will be 1000 videos of awefullness.
    Exactly nazi, every other douche on the ski mountain takes video of himself and tortures his buddies with it like he is franz fucking klammer. how self absorbed can someone be than to take video of themselves.

    Hell no and it aint over now.......

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    Re: Upper Delaware River Fly Fishing

    This is the natural evolution of the Facebook society that we live in. So now in addition to the day by day detailed account of your mediocre life, we'll have the video to go with it. Now, I know that in some cases this technology will be used to record something that is actually interesting, but in the vast majority of cases it will be an epic fail. Just think of how many videos will be out there of people skiing down blue trails slowly, or getting a whopping 2ft of air in the park.

    The Upper D videos are nice though. Gonna go home and tie some Hendrickson emergers and Rusty Spinners in anticipation. My biggest regret is that I didn't discover that place until a few years ago.

    Roll up the windows Brian, you're letting the stank out.

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    Re: Upper Delaware River Fly Fishing

    Trout Nazi,
    what rock ya been under Delaware has been there for eons sheesh brother get out there get u one


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    Re: Upper Delaware River Fly Fishing

    DC,
    That's outstanding.
    That is the non hype, non glamour beauty of fly fishing.
    My thanks to you.

    Brk Trt


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    Re: Upper Delaware River Fly Fishing

    Quote Originally Posted by Lonewolve View Post
    Trout Nazi,
    what rock ya been under Delaware has been there for eons sheesh brother get out there get u one
    Technically its only been there since they built those dams. Started there 4 years ago clueless, had a good guide show me how and what to tie, and how to cast at them. Have been getting them on my own now for a while. Still like to do a couple of floats a year when time and budget allow. I wade alot on my own.

    Roll up the windows Brian, you're letting the stank out.

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    Re: Upper Delaware River Fly Fishing

    Quote Originally Posted by Trout Nazi View Post
    This is the natural evolution of the Facebook society that we live in.
    I deleted my facebook account because facebook is gay. I actually rather enjoy telling people..

    me- "No you can't find me and friend me on facebook"

    them- "Why can't I be your friend on facebook?"

    me- "Because I don't have a facebook account."

    them- "What? Who doesn't have a facebook account?"

    This guy, that's who!


    I wish I could see the videos, it would be nice to watch something fishing related, but they block youtube on gubberment computers.

    I actually considered getting one of these cameras just because it was the cheapest thing you could stick underwater and get footage with. Then I found a cheaper regular "camera" that shoots video and is shock and waterproof.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lonewolve View Post
    Trout Nazi,
    what rock ya been under Delaware has been there for eons sheesh brother get out there get u one

    I've never fished the Delaware, Beaverkill, or any water in that area. I've lived in NY almost all my life! Maybe this fall before I head out to the last frontier.

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    Re: Upper Delaware River Fly Fishing

    Never had an account, never will.

    What kind of regular camera did you get? Im thinking of a Panasonic Lumix.

    At the risk of pissing off many, I'd say drive right past the Beaverkill and go straight to the East, West, or Mainstem of the D. Spring is best, but the fall can be good also, especially when the pre-spawn streamer bite is on like it was this year.

    Roll up the windows Brian, you're letting the stank out.

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    Re: Upper Delaware River Fly Fishing

    Quote Originally Posted by Trout Nazi View Post

    What kind of regular camera did you get? Im thinking of a Panasonic Lumix.
    I picked up this Casio at the PX on base. I think it was like $150. Takes great pictures and video.

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    Re: Upper Delaware River Fly Fishing

    Quote Originally Posted by Trout Nazi View Post
    This is the natural evolution of the Facebook society that we live in. So now in addition to the day by day detailed account of your mediocre life, we'll have the video to go with it. Now, I know that in some cases this technology will be used to record something that is actually interesting, but in the vast majority of cases it will be an epic fail. Just think of how many videos will be out there of people skiing down blue trails slowly, or getting a whopping 2ft of air in the park.

    The Upper D videos are nice though. Gonna go home and tie some Hendrickson emergers and Rusty Spinners in anticipation. My biggest regret is that I didn't discover that place until a few years ago.
    I donít get the whole facebook / twitter thing. People get so freaked out about protecting their personal identity and privacy and yet give it away so readily.

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