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
Thanks for the recommendations. I've never watched Fishing 411 or 618 Fishing. I'll have to check those out.
I second Catfish and Carp and the Outdoor Boys. He's been throwing most of his material on the Outdoor Boys channel right now, but I enjoy the places he takes his kids so I'm fine with that. You'll definitely learn a thing or two about carp fishing if you watch his videos. He makes his own bait a lot of times and catches (and eats) a lot of carp.
Other channels I like to watch are DWS Outdoors, Tiefsa Fishing (Oh hey, that's you isn't it?), CNC Outdoors, Bobcrappies, 262 Fishing (of course you know him already), NBedits, No Fish Nick, Darren's Northern Life, and Wisconsin Fisherman.
Although a lot of the channels I listed don't necessarily fish for rough fish, they have some good material and most of them I've listed are from Wisconsin. Wisconsin Fisherman did something interesting on his channel the other day - spearfishing panfish. Supposively it's legal if you use a certain spear. Looks like a fun way (and challenging) to get some fish.
Jay Siemens, Clayton Schick outdoors, Tom Boley, catfish and carp with Luke Nichols, Luke also has a show called outdoor boys that my kids watch.
I enjoy Fishing 411 with Mark and Jake Romanack. Mostly trolling but that is how I fish most of the time.