Krystian

Ice fishing Great Sacandaga Lake

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Spend the great weekend with my kids and my brother probably the last one because weather changing fast

 

Watch "Ice Fishing 2018 Great Sacandaga Lake" on YouTube

 

 

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Very nice job with the video transitions, drone work etc. What software do you use for editing the video? I must admit that although I enjoyed the video it was pretty long and yet short on actual fishing content suggested by the title. I couldn't help but wonder if the snow machining around the tip ups was a good idea....as far as spooking the fish and may have related to the apparent catch results but I'm sure it was just great getting out there:).....

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Thank you the movie editor I was using "Filmora" for the part of driving snowmobile while fishing some guys saying it's not a bad idea so you wake up the fish and some guys they don't like it because like you said spoke the fish so that's why I try to do riding on area when I'm fishing do not disturbing anybody else besides for me just to get out on a weekend fishing with my kids it's priceless thanks again

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:yes: Good to see kids outside having fun

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 Very cool video!  Looked like an incredible day.   I am actually headed up to Sacandaga next weekend.  I rented a place on the water about 1.5 miles southwest of the Conklingville Dam.  Would you happen to know if the ice is ever safe up that way or does everyone  generally stay around Northville and Broadalin?

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It was actually this past weekend - had a great time.  Rented a house with a bunch of buddies  about 1 mile south of the Conkingville Dam - was a little worried about the ice that far North but it ended up being a solid 20" everywhere I drilled.  Fished 2 days with 20 tip-ups and only managed 1 fish.  But it was an awesome one.  44.75" with a 22.25" girth.  A buddy of mine from the trip is having it mounted.  It was our 1st trip to GSL and have never caught anything like that thru the ice.  Need to work on landing these fish so they can be safely released in the future, but definitely a great memory from the trip..

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Great pike!!


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