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Just Modified With a New SS Feeder Wire!

My first day doing underwater videos since the Pandemic shut the State down. It was hot, no wind. Then the storms moved in. While sitting under a tree watching the Humpback Whales breaching i watched my Okuma Surf Rod tip dance w/the bells ringing. I knew i was going to get some decent UW footage.

I was field testing my modified SS Feeder Wire Leaders. These customized "feeders" not only allows the bait from flipping back over the camera due to surge & current but also keeps the hungry fish visible to the camera's lens. It was a big success. I was able to record fantastic videos of fish feeding. My local friend Jeff Konn noticed a trait never seen before. Young Bluefin Trevally were showing dominance traits while schooling when food was introduced. The largest "Alpha" started showing aggressive behavior when other Trevally became curious. These traits were never witnessed before. The lack of humans observing fish in the wild shows a definite need for similar units to observe ocean life in the wild.

 

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Chris: 'never witnessed before'? How can you claim such garbage? Anyone who has snorkelled or dived with bluefins (indeed, most carangids) will have observed this as standard behaviour, anywhere in the tropics. If you're trying to make serious scientific claims, do us a favour and try not to assume that people reading your posts have a single-figure IQ.

I'd be more worried about all the fish Rofling about the rig you were using. (There was a hook in there somewhere so presumably you were trying to catch fish ...)
If you read the description i said my friend noticed this. He's the expert who's been on several tv shows & has traveled the World studying Jacks. Even Midway which is off limits.
 
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