An Australian Man Goes Viral While Drone Fishing
An Australian man has gone viral after filming himself drone fishing. Sam Foreman was filmed reeling in a fish while sipping a beer. He then flies back to dry ground, where he celebrates his catch. The footage has sparked concerns from the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA).
The video has been viewed more than 1.3 million times and gained widespread attention. Sam Romeo, a professional photographer, posted a video of his drone fishing experience on Instagram. His caption was “ISO DONE FISHING.” The video shows him using the drone for 30 minutes and catching a small white fish. He soon released the drone back into the sea. The video has garnered hundreds of comments.
Drones are also becoming an increasingly popular tool in fishing. They can drop a line at a remote location, letting the angler cast the drone’s hook into the water. A third-party drone may also be equipped with a downrigger that automatically releases the line when it reaches the desired depth. The drone does not catch fish but it can assist anglers in catching their catch. The footage from the aerial footage is a fantastic way to view and record the action of a fly-out.
Drones are now being used in the outdoors for many purposes, from surveillance to fishing. A drone footage of an Australian drone fisherman shows a man being carried by a drone as he drops bait into water and catches a fish. Drones can also be used for other purposes. It is not always safe to fly them above a river or lake. As long as you obey the laws, you should be fine. A drone can be an excellent tool for anglers, provided it is used in accordance with local fishing laws.