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My son gave me a Go Pro for Fathers Day, this is my first attempt at loading a video with my boys help
Can anyone help in how I can stop the rubbish that comes up from youtube when my clip finishes.
 
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Can anyone help in how I can stop the rubbish that comes up from youtube when my clip finishes.


As far as im aware you can only get rid of that content IF you upgrade to a different type of YouTube account,,in other words you need to PAY a fee and your channel then becomes Ad FREE....I could be wrong



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Great wee vid......but snap T in summer?

It's a great cast in big, cold water with skagit heads in nasty conditions.

It's a pet peeve of mine when I see fishers using this cast outwith the above conditions. It rips up the water and probably scares every fish within the pool.

Nowt wrong with a simple 'kiss and go' single spey.
 

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Great wee vid......but snap T in summer?

It's a great cast in big, cold water with skagit heads in nasty conditions.

It's a pet peeve of mine when I see fishers using this cast outwith the above conditions. It rips up the water and probably scares every fish within the pool.

Nowt wrong with a simple 'kiss and go' single spey.
Hi Westie totally agree with you, the only reason I am using it is the fact that I am standing underneath a tree which is located at the top of the run and when I use the single spey when I lift the rod when swinging round and up into the forward cast the rod can hit the branches. Find if I snap t
using lots of bottom hand and no high lift can cover the water without risking rod tip. Earlier in the week had a double figure fish from the run using the snap t
 

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Nice casting John, it`s great how the go-pro disguises the location!:)
 

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Great wee vid......but snap T in summer?

It's a great cast in big, cold water with skagit heads in nasty conditions.

It's a pet peeve of mine when I see fishers using this cast outwith the above conditions. It rips up the water and probably scares every fish within the pool.

Nowt wrong with a simple 'kiss and go' single spey.

I personally get bored doing the same cast-so I vary it-single spey overhead snap t snake roll jump roll it relieves the monotony for me so I don't see anything wrong with a snap T.
As a post script I watched an inexperienced lady angler thrash the surface of a glide to a foam for 20 minutes last week with me thinking there wasnt a chance in hell of taking a fish after all that disturbance-just about the first time she got the fly to turn over-bang! fish on..
 
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