Side Note: How long does it take you to edit one of your videos?
That's a tough one. I don't do these for money so I don't track my time. It really depends on how much editing you do. In other words, you could put a few clips down, add some music and your done. Or, you can use the same number of clips, do some fades, crop some clips, do some pan in and outs, add some narration, do some color correction, some audio equalization, add a intro and ending credits and you have a whole lot more time invested into the same length of video. It's just a matter of how much you want to put into it ( and I haven't even touched on multiple camera angles and synching audio - and don't forget about trying to find the right song that matches the speed, tempo and mood you want your video to portray). It can get to be seemingly endless. Sometimes you just have to draw a line.
My first couple of videos were pretty simple and I may have had six or eight hours in them - not counting the actual fishing and shooting time. My last couple of videos, and I'm just guessing, but I would say twelve to fourteen hours. I am getting faster as I learn how to do certain things on each video but it seem like each new video you try to do more and more. I do spend a lot of time trying to find the right music. Sometimes I have a song picked when I start shooting (and this helps a lot) but most of the time its the other way around. And then, to top it all off, you gotta catch something (and, get it on film)!