Category Archives: Travel
This short film, recent winner in the TV-video category at the Outdoor Writers of Canada convention, follows three anglers as they fly fish a corner of paradise on the edge of modern life. Via Colin and Neil Waugh.
The 65th Ernest Hemingway International Billfishing Tournament was recently held in Cuba, marking the first time since 2003 that the U.S. government allowed its citizens to sail boats in from American waters. Phil Thompson, a competitor in the tournament, also … more
This short film from Jensen Fly Fishing features impressive footage of fly fishing in New Zealand.
This short film from André Folkedal offers footage of fly fishing for brown trout, set in the beautiful landscape and rivers of Norway.
This film short features beautiful footage of small stream fishing in Italy. Via Brothers On The Fly.
Nevin Knowles, owner and operator of the Long Island Bonefishing Lodge, has a strong critique of the recently proposed legislation for fishing in Bahamian waters. “If this legislation goes through,” says Knowles, “you will kiss the fly fishing industry in … more
This short film from Museline features the story of one of the first fly anglers in Lithuania and his continuing legacy. “It’s not the fish we are after, but the experience.”
Director of operations for Bonefish & Tarpon Trust, Aaron Adams, responds to the proposed “Fisheries Resources Regulations, 2015” by the Bahamian Government. This legislation would impact access for international anglers. Read more in the press release below.
The American Fly Fishing Trade Association has released a statement on proposed regulations by the Bahamian government that would negatively impact destination angling and access. Read more in the press release below.
Last Wednesday, the government of the Bahamas released a proposal for new regulations that would change the way anglers, lodges and visitors can participate in fishing-related activities on the flats. The broad reach of the regulation scope, as well … more