Just another day down in Lafitte, LA, Capt. Mer Doc is yet again successful in bringing home some nice looking large mouth bass! Using top of the line baits from Mann, the baby one minus is a killer in the murky brackish water. The things that make the bait so successful is it's effectiveness to get the attention of the surrounding fish. The baby one minus comes in a variety of vibrant colors! The Crystaglow colors from Mann really pop in the southern murky waters. The rattling sounds produced by the gig is appetizing to even the most health conscience of any member of the paraphyletic group. Not to mention it's diving capabilities and "trouble hooks" keep the fish on the line and food on the table.
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My father has been taking me hunting since I can remember, and honestly since I could pick up a gameboy I had a rifle in my hand. My family and especially my father has taught me well that this fertile earth is here for us to utilize and live off of. This little known area called Louisiana "sportsman's paradise" is more than just bayou boys and swamp peoples. Ok, maybe it's not far from the truth…
Every hunting season went the same early to bed, early to rise (NO MATTER how bad you didn't want to go!). As I had several cousins who shared this experience with me and for that I have no regrets. As the years past and I have grown my interests have grown. Documenting and editing has really been a big part of my life in the past few years, and it's seems the bug has been spreading.
This video segment was filmed completely from the shooters point of view (literally). My father Maurice Sr. was alone in the hunting stand running the camera while firing the weapon. Enjoy a very rare peek into the Bear Grills known as my Father.
Happy New Years everyone! The year is 2012 and it has been long over due for a MerDoc Adventure video. This fishing adventure brings us to the southern inter-coastal waters of Lafitte, LA with captain Maurice d'Aquin Sr. Fishing alongside capt. MerDoc for her first time ever is Shreveport resident and great friend, Allison Smith. Filmed and edited by yours truly Reese d'Aquin, I hope you enjoy.
For Father's day 2009 while I was recovering from a broken leg my dad wanted to take his sons fishing. Well Jesse, my youngest brother who recently received his license and long lost the interest of any activity that didn't include a game controller, ditched the fishing trip spinning the tires as he drove off. Meanwhile fishing with a broke leg was not coming along as easy as I had planned I traded my fishing pole for the camera. I got some good shots, tested out some of the cameras slow motion features, and most importantly provided my dad with a timeless reminder of his life-long passion. (and I realized I may want to invest in a water proof camera case when I almost fell overboard when a styrofoam ice-chest collapsed under my weight)