This film features fly fishing guide Steeve Colin and riding instructor Delphine Sigaud as they combine their skills and sports to offer a unique trip: riding horses to reach remote rivers in France. Via PM Productions.
Steven Brutger provides great information on making rod holders for your raft. Visit Stalking the Seam for this DIY tutorial. For a first look at the new camping stove from Jetboil, perfect for upcoming summer fishing trips, check out Eric … more ?
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has announced a new program to help anglers find successful fishing locations. “Trout Trails” currently lists 129 trout fishing waters with a fishing profile and photo, access points and maps for each location. California’s … more ?
Flyfishing's best new movie—VOTED BY YOU—will be announced on Wednesday, July 15, at 7 p.m., in Ballroom G of Orlando's Rosen Centre Hotel. As part of the 9th Anniversary Drake Flyfishing Video Awards, the Reader's Choice category allows...Show More Summary
This short film from Vaidas Uselis features amazing footage of mayflies and dry fly fishing in Norwegian forest lakes.
I know in my last post, I said I was going to blog more, not that great, but here I am. Work, Business, Family and other stuff has kept me off the water more then I would have chosen. I have only fished 3 small tournaments thus far,...Show More Summary
This short film from Jensen Fly Fishing features impressive footage of fly fishing in New Zealand.
“Fish with a tenkara rod long enough and you will start looking for ways to push the envelope,” writes Tom Sadler. Read more about his foray into mousing with a tenkara rod via Hatch Magazine. In a recent instructional video, … more...
This short film from André Folkedal offers footage of fly fishing for brown trout, set in the beautiful landscape and rivers of Norway.
Jay Zimmerman, author of the recent book “Best Carp Flies, The: How to Tie and Fish Them,” talks about the evolution of carp fishing as well as the philosophy behind a well-tied fly in a recent podcast episode on The Itinerant … mor...
What happens when the world's largest migration intersects with a thousand miles of passionate, sleep deprived anglers? This multi-year odyssey following the Striped Bass, logs the mayhem of the striped bass migration,and shows the challenge of finding a fish that can appear anywhere from the Chesapeake Bay to Portland Maine. Show More Summary
Long winters pay off on Sweden’s west coast with beautiful spring sea trout, in this short film via Frenzy.
When you’re out in a watercraft this season, don’t forget the most important thing: wear a personal floatation device. “Eighty percent of drownings involve watercraft 21 feet or shorter (like most of the drift boats, rafts, pontoons, and flats skiffs … more ?
This short film from Matt Galland combines ultra-running and backcountry fishing, for some beautiful footage of both countryside and fish.
First off, apologize to you long time readers that made the transition to the new site, as you have not been rewarded with new content here. I am planning on changing that, effective immediately. While I am not going to promise a new...Show More Summary
This short film from HOOKÉ features beautiful footage of fishing for landlocked salmon in The Laurentides region of Quebec. Big Ouananiche! from HOOKÉ on Vimeo.
Beautiful scenery, graceful casts and hard hits fill the footage of this short film of fly fishing for northern pike from Vaidas Uselis.
From Theronn King In this video I confess to sub-par fish handling techniques. My deficiencies were brought to my attention by certain members of the Washington Fly Fishing Forum in a way that really showed their true colors as human beings.
Each month we like to share three good articles about fly fishing, from other websites, that we liked and think you might enjoy too. However, this month we’ve stumbled onto a few videos from other websites that we think you’ll appreciate instead. Enjoy! Fly Casting in the Wind. A great explanation taken from Carl McNeil’s video, […]
The Palometa Club’s 3rd Annual Permit Tournament was held April 10-17, 2015, and raised over $6000 to benefit the Jon Ain Fund at Bonefish Tarpon Trust as well as the schoolchildren of Punta Allen, Mexico. This short film from Matt ...