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Seeing our Gamefish in 4K | Outdoor Journal Radio ep. 110

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This week on Outdoor Journal Radio, Ang and Pete are joined by documentary film team Yvonne Drebert and Zach Melnick of Inspired Media Productions to talk about underwater fish photography and their mission to highlight the Quagga Mussel problem facing the Great Lakes. First, however, a bit of housekeeping was in order. Topics discussed included: pieces of collections; cleaning fish with scissors; where all the smelt went; augmented reality glasses for LiveScope; learning to drive on simulators; and whether fish are adapting to our techniques. With those matters out of the way, Yvonne and Zach join the show! Topics discussed included: the drawbacks of clear water; ancient drone technology; 8K footage; what really spooks fish; how a good camera can turn you into a scientist; undocumented fish species; making freshwater sexy; the collapse of Great Lakes whitefish; naming your equipment; discovering forgotten species; and much more! Listen to our Podcast, Outdoor Journal Radio: The Podcast ► Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3J0klPY ► Apple Music: https://apple.co/3CtzZkp ► Subscribe http://bit.ly/youtube-fishncanada Don't forget to leave a COMMENT and give us a LIKE if you enjoyed what you saw. SUBSCRIBE for new videos and episodes released weekly! CONNECT WITH US -------------------------------- ► WEBSITE http://fishncanada.com ► FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/FishnCanada/ ► INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/fishncanadaofficial/?hl=en ► TWITTER https://twitter.com/angeloviolafnc/ One of Canada's longest-running fishing shows, Fish'n Canada travels from coast to coast in search of trophy fishing opportunities. First started by brothers Angelo and Reno Viola in 1986, The Fish’n Canada Show has been on the air for over 30 years. Today, Angelo is joined by lifelong fishing buddy, Peter Bowman, and the pair continue to travel across Canada educating anglers using the experience they’ve gained over the years
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