You might know how to make a mountain bike fly fishing film but do you know how to make a sick edit? A sick edit from the Gravity Mafia.
Photo: Steven G. Johnson There are, however, electric fish: eight-foot long, 600 volt, mouth breathing, alligator-killing fish. LINK (via:Today I Found Out) And whatever you do, never noodle for electric fish.
A German lure maker called Fresh Bait recently posted a video about their new biodegradable, edible soft-plastic lures made purely from an organic, protein-rich gelatin. I was going to post that video, but then I found this one. The same company sells kits to make these maggot-filled gel balls. Show More Summary
These two videos just started making the rounds, and as they're both great examples of just how voracious pike can be, it seemed only fitting to run them together. Feature one is a gripping drama about a plucky duckling that dreamed of one day starring in Aflac commercials. Show More Summary
Some epic words of wisdom from Bumpy Water. LINK While we're at it can we do away with the gratuitous product shots? From now on all epic fly fishing films must also have trailers with epic movie trailer voice-overs.
King of the River is a documentary series that invites viewers into the intimate world of Atlantic salmon fly-fishing. The action takes place on the beautiful salmon rivers of Gaspésie and Bas St-Laurent, highlighting the quality fishing water and amazing landscapes of the Gaspe Peninsula located in eastern Québec, Canada.
This short video gave me a good chuckle. Here you have a public beach and a man on a raft with a GoPro camera. He must have thought he was really lucky to capture hundreds of mullet suddenly spraying right into the crowd of swimmers....Show More Summary
Patagonia Provisions wild sockeye salmon is fully cooked, ready to eat and responsibly sourced. The unopened package requires no refrigeration and is pack, dry-bag and shelf stable. Enjoy as is, or for a hot meal, heat the sealed package in hot water for 7 minutes. Open, drain and serve over your favorite rice, grain or greens. Also availble in Lemon Pepper.
There are a few places this happens. The best known is probably Robbie’s in the Keys. It also happens at the Sunset Lagoon café in San Pedro, Belize. I guess it also happens at Rum Runners in St. Croix in the USVI. The USVI is not a bonefish destination, although they are there in limited […]
A killer snapshot taken above Christmas Island by the GoPro on board Dr. Danylchuk's DJI quadcopter. I removed the curvature using the GoPro lens adjustment feature in Camera Raw 8.2. (Adobe Photoshop) Here is what the image looked like prior to making the lens profile correction.
Oh, you’re here because you like fly fishing? Well, here are three articles about fly fishing on other web sites that we think you’ll like. Three Good Fly Fishing Articles EPA Releases Bristol Bay Watershed Assessment. The Pebble Mine makes the Huffington Post! Family Fishing: Drift Boat a Game Changer. More great stuff on family […]
I’ve landed well, I have to say. There was a rough patch when things weren’t going so well as my first marriage was crumbling and I was basically just waiting for the end. Sometimes, in those tough days, I’d grab my fly rod and head down to the school at the end of the street. […]
A few years back we shared a private link with you to a very cool video that the boys at Catch Magazine shot at Andros South. They’ve now released the ‘Walking Man’ video on YouTube – what a great time to have another look and pass the link on to your friends! Why not escape […]
Got a case of the winter blues? Anxiously waiting for fishing season to roll around? We figured some of you might be snowed in and/or looking for a way to scratch that fishing itch before your next trip, so we thought we’d offer a few ideas to help make the most out of this off-season. […]
If you’ve fished long enough, after a long day on the water you have experienced the sections of your rod stuck together at the ferrules. This can happen for several reasons, but regardless of the reason, it can be rather frustrating. However, nothing is more frustrating than cracking a ferrule or breaking off a stripping […]
Dam removal is no longer the work of a fictional Monkey Wrench Gang. It's real, upon us, and a cornerstone of the modern environmental and cultural movements. Starting in the summer of 2011, filmmakers Ben Knight, Travis Rummel and Matt Stoecker began a series of road trips across, up and down the United States. Show More Summary
LINK New rule: No one is allowed to use Intro by XX as the soundtrack for a fly fishing video ever again. Along with M83's Midnight City, it is the most overused track in the category. Even gear guys with GoPros use it.
Kiss the Water is now available to rent or purchase. In a cottage in northern Scotland, Megan Boyd twirled bits of feather, fur, silver and gold into elaborate fishing flies - at once miniature works of art and absolutely lethal. Wherever...Show More Summary
North Fork Studios has released this scene from Wild Reverence to coincide with the upcoming WDFW public meeting in Centralia regarding wild steelhead gene banks on the Green and North Fork Toutle Rivers. (via: The FlyFish Journal) There should be a sizable contingent of wild steelhead advocates in attendance at the meeting in Centralia.