May Giveaway, Discovery – The Underwater World of Trout DVD

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The winner has been randomly chosen for this giveaway. Zach Merchant, check your email and respond within 5 days to claim your prize. Thank you to everyone for participating!

Just in time for trout season. Round Valley Fishing is proud to announce our first giveaway for 2012! Thank you to Wendell Ozefovich’s (Ozzie) for donating some DVD’s to give away. Visit his website if you’d like to go ahead and buy the dvd’s otherwise just leave a comment here and be entered to win it FREE.

Underwater World of Trout - Volume One, Discovery

The Underwater World of Trout - Volume One, Discovery

Discovery – The Underwater World of Trout
In this unique video you will be taken into The Underwater World of Trout. The view under the stream is not as bucolic and stable as you have come to believe. A stream is alive, not just with trout and insects, but with minnows, crayfish, and a varied mix of living things. What looks like crystal clear water is chock full of sticks, leaves, bubbles and larvae. This exploration of a trout’s world, from under the surface, opens your eyes to a new appreciation of trout and their living world.

For a chance to win this DVD simply leave a comment below. One winner will be randomly selected on June 1st. The winner will be contacted with their email address on file, so make sure you utilize your correct email address when commenting. The winner will have 5 days to claim their prize then another winner will be randomly picked. Good luck and Tight Lines!

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11 thoughts on “May Giveaway, Discovery – The Underwater World of Trout DVD

  1. Andrew

    First year trout fishing for me has been going well. I caught a decent amount of brook trout, but only a handful of rainbows. With the warm weather going to switch to bass soon.

  2. Ken Savage

    Keep up the good work Rob, we all appreciate any and all knowledge that will improve our angling.

  3. George

    My brother-in-law and I took an underwater camera to Round Valley one time, but all we saw were rocks. Looks like a very cool DVD.

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