Category Archives: Videos
Through film and words, Andrew Bonnenfant explains why he fly fishes, and why it’s not just about the catch.
Ask the average beginning fly fisher what trout foods are most important to their quarry. If you hear “scuds” in their answer it will probably come far down the list. But in many waters scuds are a key part of the …
This short film features great fishing advice and observations of Montana’s Madison River, accompanied by beautiful footage on the water. Via Brickhouse Creative.
This short film from LivitFilms features some great footage of “bank hopping” to catch peacock bass on the fly.
The second episode of Redington’s video series, Find Your Water, combines fly fishing and skiing, following the water cycle in Wyoming’s backcountry.
The folks from Delta Trout Force get after it in this short collection of great fish footage.
This short film features some great footage of springtime bonefishing in the Bahamas. Via HOOKÉ.
The Blood Knot is the subject of this week’s instructional video. Tim Flagler uses large-diameter material to show the knot’s structure, then follows up with actual leader-size monofilament. As Tim says: “The blood knot is probably best known for joining monofilament …
Craig Mathews of Blue Ribbon Flies, Yvon Chouinard of Patagonia, Steve Hemkens of Orvis, Tim Romano of Angling Trade and Todd Tanner of Conservation Hawks share their thoughts on angling and climate change in this important short film.
This short video features the work of Dr. Andy Danylchuk of the University of Massachusetts Amherst on emerging golden dorado fisheries in Argentina. More information can be found on the Indiegogo funding campaign site for the research project.