Have you seen this? Bird fishing with a piece of bread!!

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Have you seen this? Bird fishing with a piece of bread!!

Postby Yellowstone7 » Mon Aug 24, 2015 4:02 pm

Hi Everyone:

I know most of our members are avid fisherman and probably have seen it all over the years. But have you seen this before? Incredible bird fisherman fishing with a piece of bread as a lure! ! You have to see it to believe it. :lol: :lol:

We may be able to train this bird to use an artificial fly for fishing one day! Please click on the link below to see the video!


https://video-hkg3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hvide ... e=55DB55F0


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Re: Have you seen this? Bird fishing with a piece of bread!!

Postby rwwalleye » Wed Aug 26, 2015 12:40 am

Hi Stanley,
Excellent video, tells yo just how smart some from the animal world can really be. Roger
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Re: Have you seen this? Bird fishing with a piece of bread!!

Postby Cutch » Wed Aug 26, 2015 4:01 pm

Wow, one smart bird :!:
Maybe it could teach some of us? :lol:
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Re: Have you seen this? Bird fishing with a piece of bread!!

Postby Yellowstone7 » Wed Aug 26, 2015 8:35 pm

Hi Roger and Cutch:

Glad you guys enjoyed seeing this video. That is one smart bird and I thought I have seen everything. :lol: You noticed the bird didn't strike at the fish every time a fish comes near the bread? It even picked up the bread so the fish wouldn't get it. One well timed and accurate blow was all it took to get her dinner. :lol:

I am sure we all had this experience fishing with a fly or top water lure when the fish are in a frenzy feeding mode. We would jerk the fly or lure away from the smaller fish so the bigger fish can have a chance to take it. This is not unusual to do during an evening caddis fly hatch, or during a Salmon Fly hatch as the hatch lasts only half an hour or less.

Something new and wonderful to learn everyday! :lol:

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