A young fisherman is hoping to share his passion with other children by releasing videos he has compiled over the past two years.
Finn Masuda, 7, has been fishing since he was three years old and is hoping to turn his love of the craft into a career.
Having grown up watching videos online about the sport, Finn made the decision he wanted to start filming videos to help show other people why fishing is so great.
"I love fishing because I can relax, and it's always a bonus if I can catch some fish," he said.
"I've been watching a lot of people fish online and I just thought that's what I wanted to do. I want people to be able to have a new experience out in nature and have a fun time fishing like I do."
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Finn's mother Meaghan Quinsee has been helping him with the videos and is thrilled he is pursuing something he is so passionate about.
"It's such a passion for him," she said.
"I just want to get behind and help him hopefully turn his love and his hobby into something he can do when he's older as a business.
"There's nothing better than making money off something you love because you're not really working then, you're just doing what you love. I couldn't think of a greater gift to give my son."
Ms Quinsee was also elated with how comfortable her son was behind the camera.
"He was just a natural teacher behind the camera," she laughed.
"Right from the first video we could see he loved showing other kids what he loved to do."
Finn is preparing to release his videos to Youtube in the coming weeks, as well as potentially setting up some online classes where he can help teach other kids how to fish.
He and his mother hope the videos may potentially help establish a larger fishing community within their home of Daylesford and give Finn some more people to go fishing with.
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