This weeks AMFisH fishing video blog – “ALWAYS” watch weather!

Hello AMFisHers !   This weeks AMFisH fishing video blog is “ALWAYS” watch the weather:   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=II2ckwilUbo&feature=player_detailpage I shot this video on a summer day last year and to my surprise the day turned faster then I could react to.  I actually had to stop fishing as the lake and waves were all over the place, not to mention the wind “wow” what a wind as you will see in this vide. Videos like this are important for all you AMFisHers to see, W

This weeks AMFisH fishing video blog – being prepared for any fishing outing in the elements !

Hello fellow fishing people !  This weeks AMFisH fishing video blog is about learning to be prepared for fishing in the elements: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=TsAZnrbqm5U I can’t stress enough to be a prepared as possible and if so be even a little more prepared.   When it comes to the elements of cold weather it is critical to take some key steps, that way the outings can be enjoyed. Put a little list together of important items like, extra gloves,

This weeks AMFisH fishing video blog, bad weather and understanding what to observe!

Helloooooooooo fishing world !  = )   This weeks AMFisH fishing video blog is about bad weather and understanding what to observe: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=fcOxuFprk6U I shot this video up on the Ottawa river during our trip, because it was a good opportunity to capture and talk about how bad weather can move in very quickly.  Most people don’t understand how fronts move in which is why this weather/safety video was something I felt I should do a

More on keeping and eye out for bad weather signs…

Was out fishing another time with a friend on Bay of Quinte in Belleville Ontario, overcast day with some rain in the forecast, but did it ever turn !  Took a good hard look in the distance and noticed massive deep black bottom clouds forming, watched for a while longer then felt that wind again(you can always tell by that cool wind on your neck), 4 to 5ft swells were in the distance and fishing was over. We put our lifejackets on started the boat and took off for the dock…..

Observing weather conditions while out fishing…

I can’t stress how important this is, as I have been caught on two different lakes in Ontario when the weather turned “beyond” ugly !   Orangeville Ontario(Island lake conservation area), in a small aluminum rental boat with a friend, weather was clear all day, clouded over and felt that pre-storm wind on my neck. Minutes from the dock we could not escape what was about to happen, boat only had a battery operated trolling motor on it……..needless to say we got hammered with na