Check out this great video from the founder of the #Keepemwet movement–and our most recent Trout Bum of the Week–Bryan Huskey. Here, he lands a nice a rainbow and then offers several useful tips for how your net can make the photo-taking process easier for you and better for the fish. First, it’s simply a way to ensure that the fish can breathe and relax while you get your camera ready. Then, the net itself can be used to position the fish in some cool ways that produce great images. Think about these tricks the next time you’re on the water.
And don’t forget to follow the steps in the video below, as well.
6 thoughts on “Video Pro Tips: How to Use Your Net to Create Great Photos and #Keepemwet”
I would highly recommend using a camera strap, though. I have many stories….
What is your camera of choice?
Very nice video for the photos and the message!
With all due respect, too much handling and stress here.
At most, yes- Keep the fish wet- one quick shot, and let em’ go!