YouTube Deems Certain Fishing Content Inappropriate for Kids

Age restrictions placed on a popular spearfisherman’s YouTube videos send him on a quest to get to the bottom of what he did wrong.

What is and is not appropriate content? That really is the question that YouTuber Aquatic Apes is trying to answer after finding that his videos are being placed under an age-restriction filter.

The fisherman, with over 1.7 million subscribers, dives deep into what catches YouTube’s eye as being too saucy for its platform. In this case, ethically sourcing fish and eating it as sushi violated YouTube’s “community guidelines.”

He takes much-deserved jabs at “appropriate” content and compares what he does to some of the alternative styles of fishing.

His humorous take on the hypocrisy of censorship in social media is worth your time.

Runtime: 8 minutes

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As a fifth-generation Montanan, Rachelle Schrute comes from a long line of western hunters and anglers. Born in western Montana, she spent countless days chasing mountain elk and mountain trout with her family. She is heavily involved in Montana's conservation and wildlife management practices and has served in leadership roles within multiple conservation organizations. Rachelle is a certified Wilderness First Responder, and often spends her summers as a Wilderness Guide in Yellowstone National Park. When not gear testing or writing, you can likely find her hunting, hiking, fishing, and cooking wild game with her two children.

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