This short film from Joe Cummings of Drive On Media is a dirge for disappearing wild salmon populations, and the pledge to fight for their survival.
This short film features fly fishing for sea run brown trout in the waters of southern Stockholm, featuring Jimie Linder and Niklas Anslin, in association with Loop Tackle Design. Via Spotified.
Filmed on the Cape Fear Coast of North Carolina, this trailer for the full film by Luke Pearson is a fly fishing documentary that focuses on North Carolina’s state fish, the red drum.
From attaching backing to tying knots for leaders, a series of videos from Fly Fishing & Dreams demonstrates how to set up a fly reel. Phil Monahan outlines and links to the episodes here. Straying from traditional saddle hackle, in … more ?
This short film from Murray Brock features a fine day spent fly fishing the Ngongotaha River in New Zealand.
This short film features the fishery of Lower Laguna Madre in deep South Texas. Via Feed ‘Em Flies.
In this short film, Geoffrey Barber and Jason Langevin fly fish for largemouth bass in waters of Quebec, Canada. Via Inveterate Film.
In this short film Tom Whiting, owner and founder of the Colorado-based poultry genetics and production company Whiting Farms, talks about raising roosters for specialty feathers. Via Great Big Story. Winter fishing conditions call for getting your fly down to … more ?
David Goodrich outlines everything you need to know about musky leaders in a recent three-part video series. Part 1 focuses on mono vs. steel, Part 2 examines the length you will need, and in Part 3 you will learn how to … more ?
Conservation Hawks has announced the release of their newest film, CONVERGENCE, which tells the story of iconic anglers and their shared passions for wild trout and taking action against climate change. CONVERGENCE is now touring as part of the 2017 … more ?
Part of the Trump Administration’s newly released plan for energy issues includes elimination of the Waters of the U.S. Rule. Commonly known as the Clean Water Rule, it “not only helped restore protections to streams and rivers of vital importance … more ?
Today’s streamer choice can be too much fly for smaller streams, especially in winter conditions. But as Domenick Swentosky outlines, the older style of fishing streamers can work well in these situations. “The modern streamer approach asks trout to get up … more ?
The Emerald Shanker is a great baitfish/minnow pattern for steelhead and smallmouth bass. This intruder and scandi inspired pattern can be tied in a few variations, which Kevin Hospodar demonstrates in this instructional video. The Haslinger Breviary, a devotional book that contains … more ?
To help usher in the season of spending more time at the tying desk, don’t miss a recent tutorial from Barry Ord Clarke on spinning deer hair and dubbing loops. Via The Feather Bender. Indicators can spook trout in low … more ?
This teaser for an upcoming film from G&T Productions features the search for largemouth yellowfish in Namibia’s Orange River.
In this short video, Kelly Galloup outlines various types of deer and elk hair and describes why you would use one over the over for specific fly tying applications. Find information on the specific products mentioned via Franken Fly. Gear Junkie … more ?
Episode 3 of Streamer Chronicles from Fly Fishing the Ozarks features Alex Lafkas, a guide in Michigan and Arkansas who has had great influence on the big streamer game on the White River, Arkansas. Watch here. From their history and … more ?
Last week week we shared with you a killer spey casting video from the folks at Headhunters Fly Shop featuring Mike McCune on the finer points of the downstream perry poke cast – particularly when casting short two handers for trout. If you missed it, not to worry, you can watch it by clicking right […]
In the remote wilderness of Russia anglers go to extremes for the opportunity to cast to taimen. Via Black Fly Eyes.
In this short instructional video from Sage learn how to present flies while steelheading. Techniques covered include: reading water, and profile, speed and fly depth. The typical reaction to an errant cast is to pick up the line and re-cast. … more ?