I'm always looking at improving as person that makes YouTube fishing videos, but lately, I'm having trouble finding YouTube fishing channels that I enjoy and can learn from. My favorite "popular" YouTube fishing channel is Uncut Angling, but that channel doesn't upload very often. I'd like to find some more channels to watch. Just one thing. I don't like channels that don't appreciate roughfish. I like gamefish and roughfish just the same. Are there some popular or not so popular ones out there that are worth a look?
YouTube Fishing Channel Recommendations
I like Clayton Schick Outdoors and Jay Siemens. They post videos pretty regularly and try some out of the box things to catch fish.
Check out PigPatrolTV for your rough fish fix.
must see each week for me are tom boley and catfish dave
Have another thread going on Tom Boley under General Fishing. Great video. I subscribe to Gillespie too on YouTube in case I can't catch it on TV. Several guys, but can't specifically recommend because I forget their names, helped me with knot tying.
My son is 4, and he's addicted to the Outdoor Boys channel. The father has his own channel, something about Carp and Catfish. He's pretty good.
I like Uncut Angling too. Entertaining.
I like Tom Boley to learn lots of about walleye fishing and his ice action is unmatched. Then Waters and Woods of course as well as Larry Smith. I have also enjoyed Lindy Fishing Tackle.
I used to watch 618 fishing but I got tired of his spillway fishing. He used to do a lot more interesting lure challenges when his channel was smaller, now it seems like he does mostly spillway fishing.
I would also recommend 618 Fishing. Nick from that channel does a great job on his videos and he catches both game fish and rough fish. A couple of other ones are NDYakAngler and Todays Angler.