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post #1 of 36 (permalink) Old 10-17-2010, 03:53 PM Thread Starter
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Slow motion video

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My friend Tom take some slow motion video of me and some good friends on a clave here in Norway...
I'm using 13,3 CND spesialist with GPS 7/8...
Mathias Lilleheim is using 18' with his comp shooting head...
Eirik Hernes Larsen(1 year ago) is using 18' and a comp head...

http://www.youtube.com/profile?user=...16/WK3oqN4bGns
http://www.youtube.com/profile?user=.../7/w1aqHuA1tT8

http://www.youtube.com/profile?user=...17/m9Q8rcZAYfQ
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Great footage and fantastic casting!
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Really good footage- fun and educational to watch- thanks for posting!

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post #4 of 36 (permalink) Old 10-17-2010, 04:25 PM Thread Starter
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Hi...

Thanks guys...

Yeah Tom Syversen is taking some cool video's...

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How did the Gaula fish this year?
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Lucky man, hopefully get there next year!
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Exclamation Holy Crap!

I've seen 'loaded rods' before but those vid's take it to a whole new level. Watching that shooting line (2nd vid) come off the water, throwing off water, as it shoots out is a classic!

Well Done Fellows, Well Done.

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I've seen 'loaded rods' before but those vid's take it to a whole new level. Watching that shooting line (2nd vid) come off the water, throwing off water, as it shoots out is a classic!

Well Done Fellows, Well Done.

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... I'm not even going to ask just how far out the fly landed ..... I'd never get within 80-90 foot of it .. without the use of a 'bottle rocket' of some sort for added 'umph.'
Hi.. The line is 125 feet

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Tommy,

All I can say is............... WOW! I will echo Fred in saying that my rod has only had that king of load pressure on it when hooked into a King salmon. What length are the rods and what make?

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All I can say is............... WOW! I will echo Fred in saying that my rod has only had that king of load pressure on it when hooked into a King salmon. What length are the rods and what make?

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Hi Ard...

I'm using my 13,3 CND North fork #8 with CND GPS 7/8...

Mathias is using 18' Zpey tournament with Zpey tournament shooting head
Eirik is using 18' Bruce and Walker with an older Zpey tournament shooting head... Mathias and Eirik are great casters and realy nice guys as well...

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Hi....

One more of a very nice and "young" 80 years guy..."The Norwegian Mr. Hardy", Bjørn Borgen...

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Tommy that last one is killer! Great angle and great caster

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Awesome videos! I especially like how you can see the rods loading all the way into the cork.
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Wish I could see where that 4th cast landed. I swear it went over that tree. Good stuff.
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