This was one of the first videos of 2014 uploaded to http://www.fishfilmfest.com this fall. Be sure to get all of your edited videos uploaded to youtube or vimeo. Once the video is uploaded, you just paste in the URL into our new ComFishFilmFest website. Also, please encourage your friends to visit the new site and vote for their favorites. We are currently working on our new logo and branding for the upcoming festival. This video is a perfect example of a clean edit with good tunes and great vision. Thanks to the guys aboard the Cora J for sharing their summer with us.
The Puget Sound sockeye returns were supposed to be spectacular this season. Due to abnormally warm water temperatures, most of the Frasier River sockeye never made it to U.S. waters. Eventhough, the salmon didn't pour into Point Roberts or the Salmon Banks, it was still an awesome experience to fish in such historic waters. I can't wait for the next big push of salmon that pour into Puget Sound! We will get them next time…
What an office view? The scenery is amazing in this short video. Stay tuned for massive glaciers, a salmon eating dog, and tons of Alaska style web entertainment. Check out http://www.fishfilmfest.com for upcoming details on the festival.
Delta's latest and greatest popped up in Craig, Alaska this season. Notice the older model Delta crusing away it the distance.
Wanna see how a fishermen lives in Bristol Bay at a Fish Camp? Look no further.
Via Youtube: Here is our yard and inside our cabin as well as us building our trail down the mud so we don’t have to walk uphill in thigh deep mud all the time. The intro took a couple takes so there is a little blooper reel at the end.
After yesterday's macro shot, I thought Imwould give you a better look at the entire picture. This is the little stretch of beach along the Sitka Totem Trail. Tons of salmon are fighting to get up the neighboring stream, but a few fish just end up as nutrients along the beach. Notice a snowless Mt. Edgecumb in the distance. The two holes on the tail correspond to the close up from yesterday.
There is no denying the strong southern influence in this throwback to commercial crabbing in the 1970’s.
Via Youtube: This film shows the many types of commercially harvested seafood in Florida. Scenes include: commercial fishermen; oystermen; crabbing; shrimping; and seine net fishing for mullet. Additional scenes include a folk singing couple at the 6th Annual Apalachicola Seafood Festival. Produced by: Barton Films; U.S. Dept. of Commerce; NOAA; Florida Department of Natural Resources; and National Marine Fisheries.
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The last of the salmon are making their long journey home this season. I snapped this macro shot of a pink salmon tail while beach combing in Alaska. The shot was taken with an iPhone 4S and the Ollioclip attachable lens.