Tag Archives: fishing

Ray Tomasits catches a bass fish


Ray Tomasits catches a bass fish on Lake LBJ in Marble Falls, Texas on May 24, 2018.

Shot on a Canon G20.  I usually shot in Auto mode or Manual mode.




Video by mattkprovideo.

This catch has some time remapping and color correction made in Adobe After Effects.



Good fish catch by Ray Tomasits, Hill Country Bass Coach, Go Pro


Good fish catch by Ray Tomasits, Hill Country Bass Coach, Go Pro


Lake LBJ, Marble Falls, Texas . May 24, 2018.




Basics of Go Pro Fishing Videos


How make sport videos, (fishing videos) with a go pro.

This video discusses Go pro cameras, go pro batteries, ALTERNATIVES to gopro batteries ( wasabi hero plus battery), suction cup mounts,  the right mico sd cards,  and a saftey lanyard.


These are NOT my videos. I simply found them on youtube and really liked their content.

Fishing Commercial Raw Footage


Fishing Commercial Raw Footage



Shot with a Go Pro Hero 4 in a  waterproof case and attached to a monopod.

We also tested a GoPro Hero 3 on a head mount and mounted to the fishing pole ( with a “Jaws” clamp).


Additional footage shot with a Canon Vixia G20 on a tripod.

Shot at Mansfield Dam Park, Austin, Texas.


This  is to be cut into a TV commercial for Hill Country Bass Coach.






Hunting and Fishing Guide


I am a video shooter editor who wants to make a FREE promo video / commercial of a hunting / fishing service.


I want to  have some new high def outdoor life footage on my demo reel.

Message me if you are a hunting and fishing guide and/or work for a lodge that would want a FREE video done for them.

Some go pro footage under a fishing dock:

WHY am I doing this?

I used to work on a hunting / fishing TV show but I don’t have any of that footage. And whenever I apply for jobs involving hunting and fishing I don’t have anything to show them.

In this video clip, if you skip ahead to 1.27   you can see some ( very!)  old work I did for a fishing show:

These next clips are NOT my my work, but I am thinking your video would look a little like: