1. A Big Big Fish

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    A huge reservoir brown trout come up to spawn in upstate NY. Courtesy of Wintoon Fly Fishing Club. http://www.wintoonflyfishing.com/

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    • A Birder's Holiday

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      This video is about the birdlife of Lafayette Reservoir near San Francisco, CA. All footage was taken in the Winter of 2012-13. Producer: Guthrie Freeman Music: Greg Cox Birds seen: Red Tailed Hawk Nuthatch Black Phoebe (Flycatcher) Bufflehead Pelican American Coot Anna's Hummingbird Equipment: Canon 7D, Sigma 170-500 f5-5.6, Velbon Tripod

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      • A conversation with Jeff & looking in at The Res

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        • A Day on Dartmoor

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          My first shoot with my new camera (Sony EX-1R). Shot at Burrator Reservoir in the rain and bitter cold.

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          • Advanced Cine Project

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            • Aerial Filming - Dam Busters FPV

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              A trip around the reservoirs of Yorkshire led to this dynamic and stunning FPV video, filmed in HD on theGoPro Hero HD.

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              • Aerobotix Aerial Filming 2013 Showreel Teaser

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                Using Cinestar 8 for filming. Cameraman: Marcus Shirley, Pilot: Tom Wadsworth

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                • a glimspe of the quabbin

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                  an afternoon impromptu boat ride on the quabbin reservoir in western massachusetts

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                  • Ajouter une entrée carte

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                    Cette vidéo vous explique comment vous pouvez ajouter un parcours ou un réservoir sur la carte de la rubrique coin de pêche de gobages.com http://www.gobages.com/coins-peche

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                    • Allen's Creek Plans Pushed Back

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                      Commissioner’s Court heard from The Brazos River Authority (BRA). Kathy Dominguez addressed the group on the future of the Allen’s Creek Reservoir project. Allen’s Creek Reservoir is a planned water storage lake permitted for construction on Allen’s Creek, a tributary of the Brazos River, in Austin County. The permit to build the lake was originally issued to Houston Lighting and Power (Reliant Energy) in 1974 by the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission, now known as the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ). The reservoir was originally to have served as a cooling lake for a nuclear power plant. When Reliant Energy abandoned plans to construct the nuclear power plant at the Allen’s Creek site in the 1980's, the property was purchased by the City of Houston and the Brazos River Authority with the purpose of building a water storage reservoir. The new reservoir would provide water to meet the future needs of the City of Houston and surrounding communities. When complete, the reservoir will supply 92,000 acre-feet of water supply and access to water recreation for the area. Swimming, boating, fishing and camping facilities will be available to the general public. The city of Houston currently owns 70% of the permit and the BRA owns the other 30%. The construction date for the lake area was scheduled for 2018, but the plans have changed. Due to money issues with the City of Houston the new date has been pushed back to 2025. Offers from the BRA to purchase the 70% from the City of Houston have been made but currently Houston is holding on to its portion of the permit. “So you are saying the BRA offered to purchase the 70% from the City of Houston and they refused?” asked County Judge Carolyn Bilski. That is correct. At this time ground water is in high demands in this area. Surrounding counties are looking for ways to provide water to their citizens. Austin County is one of those. The future plans seem to be out of reach at the moment but there are studies and conservation permits that can help. Bilski ask that Dominguez keep the county posted on the matter. BRA will be working closely with the Army Corp of Engineers to ensure that the plans can be met. “I do not know if I will have the opportunity to work on this,” stated Domingus, “but we will keep trying.” Dominguez has plans to retire in the next few years.

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