The Crystal River 4 Cahill is the biggest in this line of fly fishing reels and has a lot to offer to help you catch more fish like trout and salmon. Come find out more: *******www.muddcreek****/products/Crystal-River-Cahill-Fly-Reel-4-Inch-CR%252d0008A.html
The 3 Cahill Fly Reel by Crystal river is the medium size that works for most fly fishing sitiuations. In this video we review this reel and give you an idea of its specs and features. To learn more go to: *******www.muddcreek****/products/Crystal-River-Cahill-Fly-Reel-3-Inch-CR%252d0002A.html
The 2.75 Cahill fly reel is the smallest size made by Crystal River and also will work in most fly fishing situations, but this one is also ideal for a pack rod and is lightweight. To learn more visit us at: *******www.muddcreek****/products/Crystal-River-Cahill-Fly-Reel-2.75-Inch-CR%252d0001A.html
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In this video we review the Crystal River Live Release Fishing Net. It is ideal for Catch and Release Fishing so that you can safely unhook your fish without harming it. To learn more go to: *******www.muddcreek****/products/Crystal-River-Live-Release-Wood-Trout-Fly-Fishing-Net-%252d-TN%7B47%7DLR%252d1.html
In this review we talk about the Deluxe Fishing Net by Crystal River which is ideal for trout, bass, and even salmon. Made out of wood, it is a good quality net. To learn more go to: *******www.muddcreek****/products/Crystal-River-Deluxe-Wood-Trout-Fly-Fishing-Net-%252d-CR%7B47%7DTN%252d3.html
In this video we review the Crystal River Finalist Pack Fly Rod which is an ideal fly fishing pole for tacking in your backpack or on travel so that you can catch fish any where. It is very high quality and comes with a case so that you can keep your rod safe. Come check it out at: *******www.muddcreek****/products/crystal-river-finalist-8-ft-6-in-pack-fly-fishing-rod-cr98-866pk.html
River Ventures - Crystal River, FL United States
Scuba Diving with the Manatees in the Crystal River, FL. Drift Diving in the Rainbow River, FL. NAUI Diving Instructor, Author and Former Navy SEAL, Dave Ferruolo, goes on a Florida SCUBA Diving adventure.
“It is the summer of 1984 when a teenage couple goes missing among the gravestones of the local cemetery. Twelve-year-old Timmy and his best friends, Barry and Doug, have grown up hearing stories about a sinister Ghoul that haunts the cemetery. Eventually, they begin to wonder if the horrific legend might actually be real. Timmy and his friends are forced to put their friendship to the ultimate test when they dig up long-buried secrets, facing their personal demons and the one hiding underground.”
In this episode Lauren meets with Capt. Joe of Fun 2 Dive Scuba & Snorkeling Tours. Together they'll dip beneath the cool waters of the Crystal River National Wildlife Refuge to swim alongside manatees during their winter refuge. Don't miss this awe inspiring episode...Visit *******eco-weekends****
First it’s off to the picturesque Crystal River, home of the endangered manatee. Here you can choose to snorkel and swim in the crystal clear water, or just sit back, relax, and enjoy the natural surroundings on the boat tour.
Big Cat Rescue receives literally hundreds of calls about big cats that need a home each year and it is really hard to turn them away. Unfortunately we can only agree to rescue a few cats each year due to lack of funds and the space required to build more enclosures. We realize that the best way to make the most impact and help as many animals as we can is to attend meetings and speak up against the private owners and people who exploit captive animals to make a living. A group of Big Cat Rescue staff and volunteers recently attended the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Captive Wildlife Workshop in Kissimmee, weds 25th Feb 2009. As you can see from the video we were really out numbered and we really need more florida residents who care about animal welfare to join us at the next meeting and speak out on behalf of the animals. If you would like to help us and the animals please take a few minutes to e-mail your comments to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission at: rulechangesMyFWC**** or comments can be mailed to this address: Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Attn. Capt. Linda Harrison, 620 S. Meridian Street, Tallahassee, FL 32399-1600. The next meeting is june 17th & 18th at Crystal River, Florida. For more info please visit: MyFWC**** where an agenda will be posted closer to the dates. This is the best chance we have of getting rules changed regarding captive wild animals and it would be great to see more people there who really care about animal welfare. YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE! Thank you for watching and for any more information regarding the rules we are trying to change visit: *******www.bigcatrescue****/laws/animalwelfarelaws.htm
Julie Andersen takes to the waters of Crystal River, Florida, to swim with the local Manatees, and visits the Mote Marine Laboratory to find out a little more about the conservation of these gentle giants.
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Gentle giants are lurking at the bottom of some of the most affluent gardens in Florida. Manatees are large aquatic mammals that share the same ancestry as elephants – they’re not well known world wide, but they’re a household name in Crystal River, Florida. Every year hundreds of manatees journey north to spend the winter in Crystal River’s many canals where natural hot springs provide a lifeline. Their charm and gentle nature has endeared them to the locals, but there are hidden dangers in living so close to humans. A killer that attacks with mechanical precision takes about 80 Florida manatees every year. Who or what is killing these gentle giants and what can be done to stop them?