How to Shoot Fishing Video Gallery

Three videographers help you shoot better fishing clips.

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Whether it’s an HD camera with shotgun mic (pictured) or your favorite action cam, take the time and effort to shoot and edit quality fishing video.Adrian E. Gray
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The Garmin VIRB produces 1080p HD video recording, along with its 16-megapixel image processor for still photos.
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In-your-face camera views capture exciting video, like this roosterfish getting up close with a yaker’s head cam.Jason Arnold (jasonarnoldphoto.com)
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Get different angles of the action: Add a waterproof camera to your downrigger ball or bottom rig, fly it above the boat via a drone, add a camera to the trolling spread, or strap it to a fishing rod or gaff handle for a different perspective.Sam Hudson
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Notice that GoPro strapped to the head of the gaff? Only in recent years have every-day anglers been able to get that perspective of a yellowfin tuna landing. It doesn't take a ton of fancy equipment to make cool fishing videos; utilize the different mounts, action cams and editing software available to fishermen today.Doug Olander