I’m asking some important questions about the future of my podcast.
Almost 10 months ago I posted my long-term review of the Garmin Instinct outdoors watch. It is by far the most popular video on my channel. To this day I’m still getting a lot of questions about issues that were not covered in the original video. So in this one, I’m going to answer your most popular and interesting questions.
Twitter is by far my favourite social media network. So with the year coming to an end, I put together a list of my top 5 favourite Twitter accounts in 2020. Enjoy and give ‘em a follow.
In this vlog I venture further away from my usual spots in an effort to identify some new and interesting fishing marks. What I’m going to be looking for are marks with access to deeper water. So, come along with me and let’s see what we can find!
A vlogdown is a lockdown vlog. Just me with a camera enjoying the coast and bringing you some relaxing footage from the shore.
Another short lockdown vlog where I pretend to go fishing but in reality just make an excuse to get outside and get some fresh air. If you enjoy these short videos then please leave me a comment and share the video with your friends!
From your feedback on the videos, I posted during the previous lockdown I know that many of you outdoors enthusiasts were stuck at home. Many of you said that my videos of nature and outdoor settings were helpful in getting through these difficult times. Since many countries are reimposing travel restrictions, aka lockdowns, I decided to start posting regular short videos of nature and landscapes to cheer you up and hopefully help you get through this round of lockdowns. Let me know if you like the idea and the videos!
This is the second instalment of my beginner’s guide to bass fishing with lures. In this episode, I discuss the most promising types of marks and at what stage of the tide you should fish them. Also, I give you some general tips about how to find the right bass fishing mark.
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