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suffokandy
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   Old Thread  #46 28 Nov 2023 at 3.52pm  2  Login    Register
Really enjoyed parts 1&2. Something a little different to the majority of films that are put out. Does it really matter if some of it isnt,( or appears ) quite as 'off grid' as it actually is? It's a format I haven't seen before and consequently more enjoyable....anyhow,arnt these films a big of escapism for many of us? If they inspire one or two carpers to follow suit, then fair play to Samir/House of Nash!!
SamB
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   Old Thread  #45 27 Nov 2023 at 1.28pm  2  Login    Register
In reply to Post #39
I really enjoyed these, I think his editing has come on a lot, at first it was more just vlog style, now much more than that. His talking to camera bits are better too, less repetitive and clearer language.

In particular in these film I thought the soundtrack was excellent and really matched the vibe of the films.

Also the drone shots (often coinciding with the good music) obviously actually suit the theme well with the biking parts but also the asthetic of the scenery, with it being a river you get that view of a linear element going off into the distance with the bike follwing it. Better than just token overhead lake shots.

cinisimon
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cinisimon
   Old Thread  #44 26 Nov 2023 at 7.29am    Login    Register
In reply to Post #42
Surely he hold it as low as he can
rodrest
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rodrest
   Old Thread  #43 25 Nov 2023 at 10.03pm    Login    Register
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Not only that but does he hold it properly ?🤔
scozza
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   Old Thread  #42 25 Nov 2023 at 8.18pm    Login    Register
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I wonder which hand he holds his cock in when he goes for a piss lol
cinisimon
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cinisimon
   Old Thread  #41 25 Nov 2023 at 5.01pm    Login    Register
In reply to Post #39
IMO he hold the rod in that way just to have the tip as high as possible out off dangerous underwater snags close to the bank. I did it when I'm in that situation as well (not that I fish with 6ft rods, obviously ) when there's something dangerous under the rod tip it's natural to lift the rod as high as possible.
That rods seems to me more than a toy that a fishing rod I saw it struggle in a lot of situations during the film. In that adventure they did their job for what they are designed.

The film is very enjoyable, as almost all he have done, the footage are well edited and the quality is high and full of drama as in his style.

Nick
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Nick
   Old Thread  #40 25 Nov 2023 at 2.46pm    Login    Register
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great
VLT
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VLT
   Old Thread  #39 24 Nov 2023 at 10.02pm  1  Login    Register
Just started part 2, Pt 1 was tremendous, really authentic I thought. If you listen to the nash podcast, his back story about the bike element is quite interesting, he was also a bike mechanic.

Most Nash films I cannot watch, but these are up there as good as anything I have watched.

EDIT: I've sent an email to Nash BTW, to get them to sort out the way he holds his rod.
Baitman
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Baitman
   Old Thread  #38 24 Nov 2023 at 3.49pm  1  Login    Register
In reply to Post #14
He's holding the rod handle so low so he can get better video of the rod and reel, its all about the product

Great videos from Deirdre's toy boy
Muz
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   Old Thread  #37 23 Nov 2023 at 9.43pm    Login    Register
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Yes lads who race MX use drones like this.
Dekay
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Dekay
   Old Thread  #36 23 Nov 2023 at 7.06pm    Login    Register
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I see. Very clever. I suppose it wonít be long before Gash bring out a scope trail bike now.
Leeroyjenkins
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Leeroyjenkins
   Old Thread  #35 23 Nov 2023 at 4.19pm  1  Login    Register
In reply to Post #33
Modern drones have GPS and 'follow' modes. Those shots of him driving away will likely be the drone on the floor, that then follows him keeping him in center of shot. It's all proper clever stuff these days.
Leeroyjenkins
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Leeroyjenkins
   Old Thread  #34 23 Nov 2023 at 4.17pm    Login    Register
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Oh yeah I agree. I'm just countering the peolle in this thread that seem to think he HAD to do it on the bike. He chose the bike because its different, and makes interesting viewing. He absolutely could have fished 10x more effectively using a different mode of transport.
Dekay
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Dekay
   Old Thread  #33 23 Nov 2023 at 4.14pm    Login    Register
Was he travelling alone ? Some of those drone shots of him on his bike, how does that work ? I havenít watched it all so there might be an answer that Iím not aware of.
vossy1
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vossy1
   Old Thread  #32 23 Nov 2023 at 4.03pm  2  Login    Register
In reply to Post #27
It's his job at the end of the day. Each video needs to be a bit more "extreem" and more of an adventure than the last. He really could have just done it in a car, but it wouldn't look anywhere near as exciting.
I know your not 'having it' and I agree re the car but he did actually say why he was doing it and I say full credit to him. He's injected some excitement into what he was finding to be 'just his job' but more than that, on a personal level he wants to keep himself entertained so his love of fishing doesn't get stale...quite refreshing to be honest.

He managed to combine rekindling his love of bikes with refreshing his love of fishing and he took us along, what's not to like, hats off to him

and the only cost to you... a bit of your time and some electricity.
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