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    Default Underwater footage from the Findhorn & Spey

    Some interesting footage taken earlier this year, with an underwater ROV used as a trial to count fish stocks.




    Enjoy!!

    Beel

    Not sure why this hasn't worked - but if you right click on the black screen and go to copied address, this will take you to the video.

    Any hints on how to correct this would be appreciated.

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    No shortage of fish there.

    Great footage.

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    Some cracking footage there.. And good to be reminded of what a fish looks like thank's for posting
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    Brilliant video. Just goes to show that, just because you don't see anything moving, doesn't mean there are no fish in the pool. Thanks for sharing.

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    Huge amount of fish Graham, we must have had pretty much all the Findhorn stock in our pools!

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    Jesus. I thought I was ok at fishing. Jesus.

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    Superb!!!

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    Very interesting, and a great application of the latest technology.

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    Holy Moly.
    Keep on rocking in the free world...

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    This is amazing footage & a fantastic way of finding out the volumes of Salmon in any given pool.

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