From what could see, the sunfish you caught were red breasts, not long ears. The latter have a blockier (if that's a word) end to their "ear", usually tipped with white or red, are more colorful than overall than red breasts. Google both of them and see what you think -- you got a better look at the fish than I did.
And putting my pedantic hat on, unlike what you said at the end of the video, you didn't appear to catch any bluegill; they're a separate species. This only make a difference to me because when I've helped out with teaching the Boy Scout fishing merit badges, a few of the scouts have caught red breasts large enough to qualify for the unclaimed state record, only to have their father id the fish as a bluegill and toss it back before I could say anything. (Actually I've caught red breasts big enough to qualify -- minimum is 14 oz -- but those sorts of things are more meaningful to kids, and I'd rather see a scout get it.) I'd love to see people more conscious of what they're catching.
Red breasts are the sunfish that I catch the most of, since they're better adapted to rivers and streams than bluegill, and I seldom fish still water.
I enjoyed the video, byw. Looks like a river I'd like to fish.