EDITOR’S NOTE: I want to thank Lawrence for reaching out to us on our FB page and sharing the below Drone footage. Stay tuned for Spruce Run. -Robert
It was that 4:30 pm work day call when your buddy asks you to join him out on the boat for an evening of fishing out in Round Valley Reservoir. Being heavily involved in the film industry, I quickly ran home to pack up one of the my drones and a few other cameras. My brother joined us as we enjoyed the sunset out on the water and caught a few fish doing so. I hope you enjoy all the sights of Round Valley from above.
Be sure to check out my YouTube channel to see more drone sights and videos. – Lawrence Garafola
Host Denise Marie Theiler fishes with Mike Roman and Paul Silva, both experienced and Round Valley Trout Association members. Denise gets instruction and hands-on experience in trolling planer boards to target trout at Round Valley Reservoir. This video was originally published on Jul 9, 2012.
The following video is created by Lisa Robinson and Nick VanHorn showing the journey of their sailboat from land to water from many unique angles. With its expansive open waters and easy access shore launch points Round Valley Reservoir is a popular sailing destination. You can view more videos by Lisa and Nick here: http://www.youtube.com/MissLisaRobinson
Thank you Lisa and Nick for sharing this really neat sailing video!
Comment on this article for a chance to win this DVD! 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.
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!
Just in time for opening day!
Have you ever gone trout fishing and wondered, “How deep is that fish? One foot? Two feet? Was it deeper? How large was it’s ‘circle of vision’, and does it matter? Do trout really have blind spots? How low must you be before they are aware of your presence? Does it matter what you wear and how you move?”
Trout Vision & Refraction is part three in a four part series of trout education videos and lectures put together and filmed by Wendell “Ozzie” Ozefovich. Visit the Underwater World of Trout for more info and to buy the dvd’s.
The video is about 45minutes long and can get quite technical, but Ozzy breaks it all down and shows real-world examples of the concepts he’s explaining. Just like the first video, The Underwater World of Trout – Discovery, I watched this with my 4 y/o son and we both learned a lot. If you are a passionate fisherman, this video and the others in the series are a must watch.