A man in the far north ended up cataloguing a long episode of his adventures kayaking through Shetland. Here is an excerpt of that:
As is often the case when I allow a long time to pass between video clips I’ve been getting quite a few questions asking about the next episode of YKFS. I have started working on it, currently focusing on footage from my recent expedition. Although I won’t have anywhere near as much footage to work with as hoped, there’s still a lot of it to sort through. As of now I have 81 separate clips (19 of which I need to de-interlace before touching) to put onto the editing table and even though these amount to over 4 hours of footage, I’m hoping to chop it down into a 6 – 8 minute sequence. And then I aim to add more to it in order to end the episode on a happy note, as no matter how I cut these clips, it’s going to make kayaking expeditions look like a hell of a lot of hard, even miserable work!
That means going out and catching some fish and recording it successfully. Despite hooking a few fish on my last few outings none of them were impressive… unless you get excited by small tailor and red rock cod… and I don’t know many who do. So on top of chopping up all of the footage from the expedition into something coherent, my plan is to take advantage of the snapper that have started showing up in numbers, and if possible, reproduce my efforts from last year with an impressive mulloway or two.
That means being in the right spot at the right time (among other things) and though I should have more time up my sleeve than normal (no longer working full-time), I’m neck deep in rebuilding a website for a client right now that has snowed me under for the past week. I should be on top of that job in the next couple of days though, so just as soon as this current patch of bad weather that’s about to hit has passed, I’ll be going hard!
Currently I am looking for submissions to the testimonials page. I know a lot of Yakass / Modern Kayak Fishing members have been customers of Maclean Outdoors and for those of you who have had a good experience dealing with them, I’d appreciate it if you could take the time to write up a quick testimonial. It only has to be a sentence or two, preferably with an image of yourself, and if relevant, a link to your website. If you do feel compelled to write up a testimonial, please email it to me or Maclean Outdoors with an image and link you’d like to have included.
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