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Tracking Down an Archery Bull Elk

Archery Elk Hunting. Self filmed bow hunt in the Idaho backcountry, Film It Yourself with the Solvid Head Cam Mount. More info and videos here: http://SolvidSystems.com/hunting. Chris chases a far off bugle, only to find tracks and signs that a lone bull has passed through. With his bow in hand and Solvid Head Camera rolling, he tracks the bull elk to its bed where this archery hunt results in a freezer full of elk meat.

Gear List:
Head Cam: Solvid CamStrap with Panasonic HC-V770
Bow: Bowtech – Carbon Overdrive
Camo: G-Force Evolved and Sitka
Arrows: Element – Fire & Ice
Sight – BlackGold Bow Sights
Broadhead – Muzzy 100gr 3 Blade

Watch many more Solvid – Film It Yourself hunting videos here: http://SolvidSystems.com/hunting

By | March 2nd, 2016|Hunting Videos, Videos|0 Comments

Rockslide Demise – POV Archery Mule Deer Head Cam Hunt

Self Filmed Archery Mule Deer Hunting in nasty, rocky country, pursuing a trophy Mule Deer. 100% Film It Yourself – Solvid Style. More info and videos: http://SolvidSystems.com/hunting    Chris spot and stalk bow hunts for a buck he’s been watching for 3 years as he grew into an awesome trophy muley. He sets up a camera across the canyon, another above from a cliff, and of course the Solvid Head Cam Mount filming the POV action.  This is in an incredible archery hunt, with luck and skill coming together on an incredible stalk, shot, and recovery, and an awesome film. Enjoy

Gear List:
Head Cam: Solvid CamStrap with Panasonic HC-V770
Bow: Bowtech – Carbon Overdrive
Camo:  Sitka
Arrows: Element
Sight – BlackGold Bow Sights
Broadhead – Muzzy 100gr 3 Blade

Archery Mule Deer Head Cam Hunting
By | February 5th, 2016|Hunting Videos|0 Comments

Dry Fly Fishing Brown Trout Big Hole MT

On the Big Hole River Montana, Chris hooks and fights a 20 inch + brown trout on a small dry fly. The fish heads for the rapids, and once close to shore gets tangled in some debris where Chris has to decide whether to go for the fish or try untangle the line; he chose to go for the line…    100% film it yourself with the Solvid head cam mount.

Chris and Bryan went to the Big Hole River in Montana looking to have a great time. Chris had a goal of a 20 inch trout on a Dry Fly, but this goal became much more difficult when they had discovered that the Salmon Fly hatch had already moved through the area. Salmon Flies are large aquatic insects that spend their juvenile nymph stages below the surface, mostly hiding underneath rocks to escape predators. Each year in June, the nymphs crawl up out of the water and hatch into 3 inch flying insects, though most climb into shrubs along the rivers edge where the breed. They then take to the air, or simply drop to the water to deposit their eggs to start the process over again.

Brown Trout head cam fishing

A 17-18 inch Brown Trout caught on a size 14 PMD imitation

But, as mentioned before, we were late for this event; rather the event took place earlier this year than normal. The fish clue in on these bugs as a food source, and even large trout will rise from the depths to take a large dry fly from the surface as the nutritional benefits justify it.  But being late, the fish are smart enough to not fall for the large imitations if the real thing are not present.

Luckily, all was not lost, and other smaller insects were hatching from the Big Hole River. PMD imitations were our most productive, with caddis and yellow sallies in between the PMD hatches.  Several 12-17 inch trout were landed through the weekend, with about 5 brown trout in the 17-18 inch range, and the 20 inch Brown Trout featured in the video above.

This was a solo do it yourself trip that included wade fishing. It was apparent though that the best way to fish the river is from a boat, and there are no shortage of guides. see more guides here

By | June 29th, 2015|Fishing Videos|Comments Off on Dry Fly Fishing Brown Trout Big Hole MT