YOW is an adventure where we discover what it means to say “yes.” Yow, or Já as it’s actually spelled, is our Icelandic way of expressing satisfaction, exuberance. It represents a lifestyle of potential and possibility -- and takingShow More Summary
From Mountain Mind Collective The Stikine is a world renowned river in the northwest corner of British Columbia. It is known for its big-volume class V whitewater in one of the most committing canyons in the world. Kayakers travel from...Show More Summary
From Jah Raven Creation
“When you’re willing to compromise your principles you’ve given up. You abandon them. When you compromise nature, nature gets compromised.” -Conservation Pioneer Martin Litton who died on Nov. 30, 2014 While the Secretary of the Interior...Show More Summary
From John Gussman
From Tightline Productions
Last year we hosted professional photographer, Hollis Bennett, for a super quality photo shoot at Andros South. Hollis is an extremely talented photographer and if you have followed our blog at all over the past year, odds are you have seen some of his work. Hollis also took a fair amount of video while visiting […]
All you need is a dream in your heart and a little bit of practice.
Not quite as funny as the original.
The same great film makers who brought you Mending the Line have released this new thought provoking piece on the disappearing Sandy Glacier Caves. LINK (via:PetaPixel)
Its safe to say that ‘thingamabobber style’ strike indicators have taken over today’s nymphing scene. Whether or not you choose to fish under an indicator, its hard to argue their effectiveness. They cast reasonably well, float virtually forever, and are a breeze to attach to any standard leader. However, a downside to many modern strike […]
With the help of a seed investment from Patagonia's 2O Million and Change Fund, Bureo Design is working with the fishing industry in Chile to turn plastic ocean waste into skateboards. LINK (via:GrindTV)
One of our favorite running lines for skagit style spey casting is Airflo’s Miracle Braid. It handles well in all conditions, shoots like a rocket, and better yet, it floats! Not to mention it sounds super cool as it zips through the guides. Creating a loop in Miracle Braid to attach to a skagit head or backing can be […]
Bote'd Albie from Deep on Vimeo.
Captains Fordyce and Bosso in the last days of the 2014 Don Hawley Tarpon Tournament in Islamorada, FL. When you put the time in tarpon fishing, eventually things come together and magical moments happen. Appropriately titled, this episode exposes some unique daisy chaining footage. LINK
From Wil Gonzalez
A small northern pike leaps on shore to avoid being snatched by a bigger pike.
Jordan Thompson hoists all kinds of slack-jawed goodness for this Oct. 2014 submission.
Wild Fish Works: Oregon Coast (Official Trailer) from Russ Schnitzer on Vimeo. Wild salmon and steelhead are important to more than just anglers. They represent significant social, cultural and economic ties up and down the Oregon coast. Show More Summary