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Here’s how to self-film your fishing trips

Steve Heiting holds a muskie for a quick photo before its release. Note the action camera mounted to the Yolotek stick behind him. (Photo by Stoney Clements)

Even if you don’t dream of being a social media influencer, you should consider filming fishing outings. Not only is it a fun way to relive the excitement of catching a big fish, but the camera is an impartial observer that can help you become a better angler. Cast a critical eye at the footage a camera produces and you will not only see what you did right but – more importantly – what you may have done wrong.

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