Fishing Alaska's Copper river.....with a Fish Wheel !

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Bushradical

Bushradical

3 yıl önce

Fishing the Copper river in Alaska with a Fishwheel !

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Roger Browne
Roger Browne 3 yıl önce
I live in Wales, UK and really loved this - another world! I was wondering how the fish get from the wheel into the side basket? By the way, in Victorian times in theUK the lamprey was considered a real delicacy but they are virtually extinct here now - a business opportunity? Thanks so much - well produced.
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
Thanks Roger. The bottoms of the baskets are slanted ...so when a fish gets picked up in the basket it slides to side and drops into the side basket.
David Oxley Sr.
David Oxley Sr. 3 yıl önce
Thank you my fellow DW! Enjoyed the video. Compared to Fish Wheels I've seen on other TV series, I'm sure impressed with the design, efficiency, safety, and compact sized. Great video!
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
The old fellow who owns this wheel built it. He's a 76 year old retired contractor and he is always building something.
Jason -
Jason - 2 yıl önce
Thank you for posting this! I know this may seem to be a simple and ordinary thing, but living in Alaska has always been a dream of mine. Don't think I am meant for Texas.
Rick Ovsky
Rick Ovsky Yıl önce
Im also a Texan that loves the cold waether Lol. Or maybe seasons in general, other than steamy
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks for the comment
Austin Holm-McRae
Austin Holm-McRae Yıl önce
I was sorry to hear of the projections for the copper river red run this year. I'm getting excited for getting some more coho this fall though! My best is 29 in a season, and with the AK projections on all species on average being up 61%, I have a feeling that I'm going to improve on my PB!!!
Barry Bechler
Barry Bechler 3 yıl önce
Never knew about fish wheels. Wow! I was impressed. It looked like fun, but I’m sure it was hard work. And coffee is a must! Thank you for sharing this adventure, Dave. Until next time...be radical.
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
Thanks Barry
Ric Rubeo
Ric Rubeo 3 yıl önce
Great job Dave - enjoyed every second of it. I'm in Kansas now, but 40 years ago, I worked a fish wheel in McCarthy - rode the pull trolley over the river! Thanks for bringing back a fond memory.
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
Thanks Ric, Ive never been to McCarty, but maybe someday I'll get down there
Rick Ovsky
Rick Ovsky Yıl önce
Mesmerized by this video. MAN! That wheel is awesome! I love that! Love this video too. You did some great work with the editing and angles and stuff. A lot of fun to watch
Backwoods_Barbarian
Backwoods_Barbarian 3 yıl önce
I’ve seen the fish wheels in a couple different TV shows and they never seem to show all the work that still goes into cleaning the fish, keeping an accurate count, etc. Another great video, and another great adventure. Take it easy.
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
Thanks
Outside with Tom
Outside with Tom 3 yıl önce
I had never heard of a fish wheel, very interesting. Great video, thanks!
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
Thanks
Alan Williams
Alan Williams 3 yıl önce
Thanks Dave. I've heard of fish wheels, but never actually seen them in action. Very sweet!
Flower girl
Flower girl Yıl önce
You are blessed to get all those fish. I wish we that here in Albert....hummm yummy, fresh salmon.
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
Pretty cool. Thanks Alan.
bigfatno
bigfatno 3 yıl önce
Beautiful! Wonderful! Awesome! I'd love to be on a trip like that! Thanks so much for sharing.
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
Thanks for watching
Gorilla HD
Gorilla HD 2 yıl önce
My wife and I just watched the whole video and she was impressed with both the reds and the eels. I used to live in AK as a kid (Juneau and Kodiak) and if I had the chance I would be heading back up there. Great video and thanks for sharing the experience with us. Scott
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks
Karen Zaller
Karen Zaller 2 yıl önce
Hi Dave... I really enjoyed this episode of fishing. I was surprised to see that the river had eels! It seems to me that I watched a Nat Geo episode that shows native Indians of Alaska preparing them for consumption. Do you eat the eels? If so how are they prepared?
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
They are Lampreys, not true eels, and we feed them to the seagulls ( they're parasites)
Tom Brooks
Tom Brooks 8 aylar önce
Fantastic, what I'd do to work a day on that contraption. 😀 Looks like sooo much fun.Great video.
Fishhooks
Fishhooks 3 yıl önce
Wow Dave, one of the nicest videos I've seen. I watched every second. Also - those eels are awesome! Next time try grilling a fresh one! Don't worry, I thought they were disgusting too, but living in Asia for 4 years taught me a lot. Theres commercial fishermen in the lower 48 that make great money on eels.
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
I'm sure they are good to eat, but Copper River Reds are about the top pick of all the fish in Alaska....So its hard to want to mess with the eels. Thanks
Under The Carolina Sky
Under The Carolina Sky 3 yıl önce
So cool Dave! Thank you for sharing :>) -Mike PS: I think the inspiration for the movie "Tremors" came from those ugly eels lol
Under The Carolina Sky
Under The Carolina Sky 3 yıl önce
LOL
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
I haven't seen that movie in 25 years. Great flick! Reba's acting stunk, but other than that good stuff.
Mountain Views
Mountain Views 3 yıl önce
Dave I wanted to let you know how great of a video this is heck I/we watched it a couple times you and this video you made has put this amazing place on my bucket list maybe we will hire you to take us around the right way to check it out stay blessed my brother from Central Pennsylvania
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
Thanks Michael.
Team Nance
Team Nance 2 yıl önce
Very enlightening....never seen this fishing technique! Great
Dan Wilson
Dan Wilson 3 yıl önce
My favorite bushcrafter. I need to thank you for a previous video. I've been searching YourTube for a Pike cleaning video. I unexpectedly found it when you made shore-lunch with your son. Thanks Dave. You are my favorite TRpostr.
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
Wow, thanks Dan. I'm truly honored.
caper55
caper55 3 yıl önce
Excellent time on the river gathering for the family, I am curious as to the cost of this wheel as it is professionally built ?
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
I don't know the cost but the guy who owns it built it. He's 76 years old and he can make just about anything.
Todd Anderson
Todd Anderson 3 yıl önce
Awesome fish wheel video! Thanks for taking us along ...
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
You're very welcome Todd. Thanks for the comment
Jon Buchanan
Jon Buchanan 3 yıl önce
Great little setup. I lived on the Yukon for 24 years and in my opinion the best part of the fish is being thrown in the river, the bellies. We took the whole belly and it was damn near a fight at the dinner table on who got them. Bellies hold most of the oil and Omega's that our bodies need and desire.
Andromeda Galaxy
Andromeda Galaxy 3 aylar önce
you guys are making my mouth water. i absolutely love seafood but ive never eaten fish bellies. adding that to my bucket list.
Ed Rock
Ed Rock 3 yıl önce
Fish bellies are the best part of the fish. Smoked fish bellies can't get enough of them.
Kerby Johanson
Kerby Johanson 3 yıl önce
Love these videos! I saw last Stan Zuray fish wheel was much bigger; are these sized by water depth? Are they home built or commercially built?
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
Ive been to Stan's wheel and he is on a LOT bigger river. I don't think his wheel would work on the copper, it may be too big. Thanks Kirby
North Woods Rat
North Woods Rat 3 yıl önce
Nice job , Dave ( both the video AND the fishing / processing . ) . Looks like you're back in your element again , man . Never saw a mostly metal (aluminum ?) wheel before ; nice ! Sorry about the mess back in MI . Thanks for posting this very interesting , educational and fun to watch vid . Be careful up there . ATB
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
Thanks NWR.....the wheel was built by a 76 year old retired contractor. He's always building something.
kevin tulak
kevin tulak 3 yıl önce
I am fascinated by the fish wheel concept, it looks like a great way to get a lot of fish in a hurry. Do they smoke the fillets? What is the quality of the fish like? How come the water is such a murky colour? Thanks for sharing.
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
The water is Glacier fed, the fish is the highest quality you could ever ask for, they smoke AMAZING.
Lloyd Nielsen
Lloyd Nielsen 2 yıl önce
Amazing. Beautiful river lots of good fish I bet they taste fantastic. So fresh!
Killinger
Killinger 3 yıl önce
Looks like a good time man!! Thanks for sharing with us!!
Killinger
Killinger 3 yıl önce
@Bushradical went pretty good. Fall is setting in!
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
Hey K, hows your summer going?
AutoCrete
AutoCrete 2 yıl önce
I started drooling when I saw those fillet's. That is a really nice haul and I am sure there will be many fine dinners because of that trip.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
right on
Judie Private
Judie Private 3 yıl önce
Super awesome interesting, educational video. Thanks for sharing!
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
Thanks Jude
Joshua Hagedorn
Joshua Hagedorn 6 aylar önce
Never even seen any eels like that. That’s crazy. I live on the Mississippi River.
DanoLXF
DanoLXF 3 yıl önce
Thanks again for sharing Dave! That's a first for me, I've never seen a contraption like that.
DanoLXF
DanoLXF 3 yıl önce
I'd love to see one of those in action, that's amazing.
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
The old ones were made out of wood and spruce roots.
Andy K Johnson Johnson
Andy K Johnson Johnson 2 yıl önce
Great video guys 👍. Interested in what you do , with the lampray . Do you sell them, to bait shops. As they are AWESOME bait , for sturgan and pike.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
We feed them to the seagulls
Chapter 4 Travels
Chapter 4 Travels 3 yıl önce
Great video, thanks for the inside story. How many did you end up with? I figure you freeze the fillets, do you can any of them?
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
I don't think so.....these fish were me buddy Dave's fish and I believe he hot smoked them. They were awesome
Chapter 4 Travels
Chapter 4 Travels 3 yıl önce
Bushradical I'm assuming cold smoked ?
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
I think we got 60 all together. Stoked and frozen, but none canned
Scott T
Scott T 3 yıl önce
Great video Bush radical I love it I like to know how that wheel spins but I think it's gravity-fed if I'm not mistaken
Tim Carnes
Tim Carnes Yıl önce
LoL Gravity 😆🤣
Dale Beesley
Dale Beesley 2 yıl önce
You are mistaken. The currant pushes the wheel around.
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
The water turns it.
Rob Clitheroe
Rob Clitheroe 2 yıl önce
An excellent video. Very educational, enjoyable to watch and you have a very relaxed presentation style. A question if I may; I understand you count the heads to ensure your tag limit but you also mention "clipping the tails", what is this done for? do you need to show them to an authority or something? Thanks again.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
right on. Makes sense
Rob Clitheroe
Rob Clitheroe 2 yıl önce
@Bushradicalback to top I've looked into this a bit further and found this website www.adfg.alaska.gov/index.cfm?adfg=fishingpersonaluse.faqs#marksalmon And under "Personal Use" I found this question and answer. quote Q. I heard I have to "mark" salmon caught in a personal use fishery such as the Chitina Subdistrict. How do I do this? A.By regulation, you must "mark" salmon harvested in a personal use fishery in which a permit is required by clipping both tips of the tail fin. Many people use strong kitchen shears to cut off both tips of the tail fin. Because it is unlawful to buy, sell, trade or barter personal use fish or their parts, a person may not possess personal use salmon that was taken under the authority of a permit unless both tips of the tail fin have been removed from the salmon. The salmon must be marked before the salmon is concealed from plain view, such as put in a cooler, or before the salmon is transported from the fishing site, such as your vehicle. Failure to mark the salmon is a violation, and may be subject to fines and loss of future personal use fishing privileges. mark salmon harvested in a personal use fishery in which a permit is required by clipping both tips of the tail fin unquote. So to cut a long story short, it looks like you have to prove the authorities these are personal-use fish before they're removed from the catching site.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Clipping the details is a requirement but I don't know why
Mike Cole
Mike Cole 3 yıl önce
Awesome! I've been waiting on this one. I love fishing.
Dariush Sotoudehnia
Dariush Sotoudehnia 2 yıl önce
How could i come fishing up north? do you outfit too?
Mike Cole
Mike Cole 3 yıl önce
It sure looked like it was! Made me hungry!! Lol
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
It was a great time.
phyllis mulkey
phyllis mulkey 3 yıl önce
great video never seen a fish wheel.very interesting .ps what do you do with the eels?
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
Feed the gulls
Teddy Jelke
Teddy Jelke 2 yıl önce
Very nice way of fishing, cool! 👍🏼☕️☕️🏕thanks Dave, radical!
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks
Steven Lein
Steven Lein 3 yıl önce
Wow I'm hooked, so interesting and so many questions. How they you get the wheel into the river from the shore or by boat? How long is the season? Is it private or public land access? etc etc etc . Lamprey Jerky? The local baseball team used to give away 1/4 sized baseball bats on kids day and a few of those promotional items ended up as "Pike convincers" one hit would change their attitude about jumping out of the boat.
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
Getting the wheel into the river is a secret process.....The season is the entire salmon run ( I think) The land is private, ........but I don't see why you couldn't run a wheel anywhere you want because the river is public up to the high water mark.
Wayne K
Wayne K 8 aylar önce
Nice video and I really enjoyed salmon and evil eels footage. Keep up the great work..
Nomadic Oasis
Nomadic Oasis 3 yıl önce
very interesting ! so how do you get the fish wheel out of the water at end of season ? water looks to fast to tow with a boat . the bank is steep . i'm guessing you tow/winch them up that bank.
Nomadic Oasis
Nomadic Oasis 3 yıl önce
@Bushradical Thanks, it looks challenging anyhow
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
Good question, its not my wheel ....I don't know
John Rock
John Rock 2 yıl önce
OK I got to ask......what do you do with the eels? Do you eat them? Have you ever been bit by one? and if so do you have to go to the hospital? and yes I'm a city boy that's why I'm asking the questions. Thanks Dave!
imari2305
imari2305 3 yıl önce
Love salmon. I only buy wild caught. Y'all are so lucky to have access to wonderful resources. Beautiful fish. Thanks for sharing.
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
They sure are . Thanks
penelope pitstop
penelope pitstop 2 yıl önce
@ Bushradical, I really enjoyed watching you & your friends have a good time Thank You! for sharing, also I wish that cutie of a Dog would of got more face time... 🐕 Peace! 🚭
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
thanks
Mountain Views
Mountain Views 3 yıl önce
Those ell are amazing smoked thumbs up my friends just so awesome I've almost completely filled up my bucket list I think that I have like ten more things to fill it now that's pretty cool since I'm only fifty love what you do Dave and you have a good bunch of friends thumbs up my friend
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
Thanks Mountain Views> I appreciate the comment
Daniel Skorich
Daniel Skorich Yıl önce
Thanks Dave, a nice lesson🌲🌲🌲
Bushradical
Bushradical Yıl önce
Very welcome
Michael Kempton-Jones
Michael Kempton-Jones 2 yıl önce
Thanks for a super video. Thought it strange though that no bears appeared in your vicinity while you fished
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
they are around the area
Cook's Catapults and Miscellaneous Debris
Cook's Catapults and Miscellaneous Debris 2 yıl önce
Hahahaha That was Super Coolio....I’ve Never seen nor heard of a fishing wheel before...Soooo this was Truly very interesting and fun to Watch....And those fish looked Super Delicious hahaha....Thanks For Having us along....
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
its a chill way to fish......NO SPORT fishing ....just stuffing the freezer
Michael Bryne Sr
Michael Bryne Sr 3 yıl önce
Years ago I was fish wheel fishing in Circle Alaska. Parked my pickup beside the fish wheel so fish could slide into the bed. The morning got up from sleeping in my pickup, pickup was full and dozen of fish on the ground, many flopped back into the river.Took about six hours to fill truck. Several hours of cleaning. No eels but some sheefish and trout. But used to fish for eels in the Yukon river under the ice,taste great smoked.
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
Never smoked any eels. Sounds like parking under the fish wheel chute might be the ticket, you just have to get the positioning right!
bdwillis
bdwillis Yıl önce
One of the coolest things I've seen, very enjoyable!
Bushradical
Bushradical Yıl önce
Glad you enjoyed it!
Go Smooth Go Light
Go Smooth Go Light 3 yıl önce
I've seen the Grand and Thornapple rivers in flood stage back home ... but I can see how dangerous the Copper would be! That was a fascinating look at a very old subsistence technique. Really appreciated you sharing that, sir! BTW ... is there a good late Autumn camp area you'd recommend in the Manistee N.F.? Should be back in MI late October :) God Bless P.S. ... when I grow up, I'm gonna filet fish just like you do! (lol)
Go Smooth Go Light
Go Smooth Go Light 3 yıl önce
Bushradical I'll be helping my brother (near Lansing) until maybe the 3rd week of October ... will likely start a camp north of Luther the 29th of October
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
When are you gonna be up that way?
Go Smooth Go Light
Go Smooth Go Light 3 yıl önce
Thanks BR ... I'll try the one by Luther :)
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
Hey GSGL....I'm not sure on the Manistee NF camp grounds. There is a campground on the pine river on 37, there is one on the Pine river just north of Luther....there are lots actually but I don't really know them very well.
Edward Dergosits
Edward Dergosits 2 yıl önce
Best to bleed the fish and promptly chill them after gutting . Cutting the fillets immediately and rinsing them with water is not good processing technique. The fish will spoil much more quickly when the fillets have been exposed to water and later iced. When fish flesh is exposed to water osmosis causes the outer layer of the fillet to decompose immediately.
Austin Holm-McRae
Austin Holm-McRae Yıl önce
I do bleed my fish before I fillet though. It's a good practice, but I have a feeling that these guys don't mind a really fishy tasting fish
Austin Holm-McRae
Austin Holm-McRae Yıl önce
I'm a born and raised Alaskan, and I've only heard of that with Tuna. You treat that like a steak. Furthermore, I'd bet good money that they are going to brine and smoke the majority of them. The brining is already a wet, slimy process. You know, we kind of know what we are doing up here...
Sergio C.
Sergio C. 2 yıl önce
Amazing video !!! Congrats.....Where can I buy one of this fish collectors? to use it in South Chilean rivers ?
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
You have to make them yourself.
CutTheKnot
CutTheKnot 3 yıl önce
Dave, you have an excellent voice for narration; well spoken and with a strong vocal projection. Just saying...maybe you ought to get into radio or perhaps narration for audio books or commercials. You have a great positive attitude and smile, as well. Great video. Thank you.
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
Thanks CTK. Maybe someday I'll do some radio......or maybe a pod-cast
Rick Kepple
Rick Kepple 2 yıl önce
My assistant is out fishing today. So I'm cooking and editing video. Been trying out new camera gear in the woods to figure stuff out. I'm thinking a stabilizer with camcorder and Sony Action Cam combination. About 40 years, a bunch of us soldiers used to talk how we were gonna go to Alaska, live off the land the fish in the Copper River. Instead, I went to college. Wished I'd have moved to Alaska now. That looks like fun.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Good luck with your new cameras
Ethan Price Outdoors
Ethan Price Outdoors 3 yıl önce
Awesome river. Great stuff!!!
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
Its an amazing river.....its just dangerous. Its no place to take a kid fishing.
Pond and garden sanctuary
Pond and garden sanctuary 3 yıl önce
Awesome video! Thanks so much for sharing! Stay Blessed!
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks
Richard Mercado
Richard Mercado 3 yıl önce
First fish wheel video where I never saw a fish caught in it? But,excellent work.
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
You have to stare at the wheel a long time before you get a fish dropping into the basket on film.
M. H. Ploni
M. H. Ploni 3 aylar önce
I really wanted to see how full the basket was after a full night of operation.
Lewis Suave
Lewis Suave 3 yıl önce
A little hint to get more meat off of your Salmon. I was in Alaska a couple years back and I learned that after you fillet your salmon there is a considerable amount of meat still left on the back bone. They have special fillet knives with a spoon on the handle end that You use to scrape off the bone or use a table spoon. Now at first I thought this was a waste of time but when you get around 1.5 pounds of meat off each fish ,it adds up. So if you caught 500 fish ,you do the math. It is the best boneless meat too. Great for make salmon Alfredo and other dishes that require salmon in a ground meat consistency. Hey, try it you will pick up an extra 500 pounds of meat from your harvest. Cheers from Ontario.
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
Thanks
OldieBones
OldieBones 3 yıl önce
Copper River reds are the best tasting salmon in my opinion, and I've had a LOT of salmon!
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
Right on!
Seahawk.Custom. Pc
Seahawk.Custom. Pc 3 yıl önce
Great dog food definitely. Great video my friend. Keep up the amazing work.
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
Thanks
Msvideotime
Msvideotime 2 yıl önce
I love fishing what a great fish you caught
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks
J K
J K 3 yıl önce
I was waiting to see a Fish actually come up and out. Did you catch any on video maybe I missed it. If I was in need of a large amount of fish I would try to to do something like this near me.
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
Nope, i didn't get any on film picked up.
Andrea constantino
Andrea constantino 3 yıl önce
come vorrei essere la con voi e mangiare quell pesce fresco appena pescato ..grandi ragazzi
jo.hi.808
jo.hi.808 Yıl önce
Glad everyone was working safely near that freezing turbulent river
Bushradical
Bushradical Yıl önce
Thats what the guard rail is there for
Mature Adventure
Mature Adventure 2 yıl önce
Wow, I guess he is a commercial fisherman? I have never seen theses wheels. Wow, I would have kept the livers and the hearts. Maybe I missed it but what do you do with the eel? Is it the same kind that we get in sushi? Can you feed the eel to the cats and dogs if it’s cooked good? Could it be smoked and used as a pet treat?
Mature Adventure
Mature Adventure 2 yıl önce
Awe, wow!
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
I don't know. We feed the eels to the seagulls.....and they are Lamprey ( parasites)
cillaloves2fish
cillaloves2fish 3 yıl önce
Wow Dave! I never seen one of thoz fish wheels! Kinda cool... just hang out n wait for them to swim in!!
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
Thats it ! You would love it !!!!
Gavin Jones
Gavin Jones Yıl önce
First time I,ve ever seen this my bro made a living for 30 years as a fisho very cool Cobberdog Down under
Marvin Ferdig
Marvin Ferdig Yıl önce
Great video...would think that the 500 limit would be achieved very quickly. If only I liked samon
Ascendism
Ascendism 3 yıl önce
The twig stuck to your hat was distracting lol. Loved the video though! Looks like a really great setup they had there!
Jimmie Burleigh
Jimmie Burleigh 9 aylar önce
Is that 500 fish per wheel or per person with the permit regardless of how many wheels. ??
CHERYL T
CHERYL T 3 yıl önce
Great video and seeing all that fish makes me want a fish hot sandwich now,lol ty for sharing this 👍 😊...
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
Right on.
Gay Soriano
Gay Soriano Yıl önce
Hi, im filipino, your fish heads remind me of salmon heads being sold in our markets. Mind you its not the whole fish, just the heads. Hey arent you and your wife a participant on “alone”, enjoyed that too.
tjosey88
tjosey88 3 yıl önce
Great video Dave!
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
Thanks
Kristy Jennings - Rebar Jinkies
Kristy Jennings - Rebar Jinkies 3 yıl önce
wow! I have never seen a fish wheel!
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
Pretty sweet way to fish.
BushCraftBums
BushCraftBums 3 yıl önce
Hey my friend! Awesome video! Thanks so much for sharing! Stay Blessed!
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
Thanks BCB.
randy beard
randy beard 2 yıl önce
Amazing, you guys have been pouring Concrete TOGETHER for 20 years and you are STILL Buddies.....
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
LOL thats funny!
durdica mac
durdica mac 3 yıl önce
I like your video, and I hope I will not mess it up for Dave's dad...I figured it out...Dave's dad goes fly fishing night before, fills the fishwheel with salmon and you suckers clean it next morning. I knew it must be sports fishing after all...
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
LOL, thats funny
bengt_axle
bengt_axle 3 yıl önce
Beautiful fish. Try cooking fish on the bone, (i.e., do not fillet, only gut). The bone has a lot of flavor and helps keeping the fish together when cooking. When you fillet a fish you are throwing away a lot of flavor and contaminating the flesh, which means it won't keep as well. Filleting a fish is very common in North America, but not the norm in many other places where fish is more widely consumed in the diet.
bengt_axle
bengt_axle 3 yıl önce
@Bushradical Sounds tasty. Thanks for the info!
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
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