Black Bullhead-The First 60 Days of Life: Filmed over the course of 2 months, see black bullhead catfish move from fry stage to fingerlings. After the eggs hatch, thousands of black bullhead fry fill the nest and are guarded diligently by the male. Predation reduces their numbers, and by fall only a handful remain. No longer under the protection of their parents, survivors from multiple nests begin to reform in large schools in shallow water, as a new year class of fish is created . Unique, HD underwater video takes you below the surface to see black bullhead fry navigate the underwater landscape in their first few weeks of life.
Sunday, January 24, 2016
Tuesday, January 12, 2016
Underwater Video Footage Shows How Zebra Mussels Colonize a Lake and Attach to Rocks, Wood and Other Stable Habitat Elements on the Lake Floor. Large Numbers of Zebra Mussels Filter Massive Amounts of Water Which Can Often Lead to Increased Water Clarity As Seen In This Video.
Monday, January 11, 2016
Artificial Fish Habitat or Fish Attractors: Which Do The Fish Need and Why? First of its kind comparison of artificial fish attractors and artificial fish habitat, explaining what works best for fish reproduction, protection and sustainability of fisheries.
|Newly placed, this Fishiding High Rise model towers 12 feet off the lake floor and will soon become a haven for fish in lakes where natural cover is at a premium. (C)Eric Engbretson Photo|
Friday, January 1, 2016
I just added a new video to my YouTube Channel. This time, it's a short compilation clip of muskies I've encountered and photographed underwater.