Category Archives: Videos

Video Hatch: “Land of the Three”

Great underwater flats footage makes up this short film from John Irwin.

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Video Hatch: “Angler”

This short film highlights guide Maddie Brenneman, her passion for the sport, and her commitment to conservation. Via LED Lenser.

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Video Hatch: “Back Country Fly Fishing the Gunnison Gorge”

This short film features the beauty and wildness of the Gunnison Gorge. Via Shire Life Boys.

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How to Tie a Poison Tung

Tim Flagler ties a version of Charlie Craven’s Deep Blue Poison Tung in this week’s featured fly tying video.  The Poison Tung, says Flagler, is a fly “that I’ve found to be remarkably effective during the winter months here in …

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Video Hatch: “Rises”

Watch excellent footage of hungry cutthroat feeding on drakes in this short film from Redington’s “Element” series.

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Video Hatch: “Searching”

The new series “Elements” from Redington features the moments that define fly fishing. This episode celebrates the rhythm and beauty of spey casts.

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Video Hatch: “See Marine en Saint-Croix, Minnesota, through the Eyes of Fly Fisher and Painter Bob White”

In this short film, artist Bob White shares his view of the vast landscapes of Minnesota. Via USA Through the Great Outdoors.

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Video Hatch: “Making a Net: Riversong Nets”

This short film features the work and craftsmanship of John Parise of Riversong Nets.

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Video Hatch: “29 Degrees NOLA”

This short film features redfishing in the Louisiana marsh with Capt Brandon Keck from Southern Fly Expeditions. Via Catch 1 Films.

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Video Hatch: “Souvenirs de 2015”

This short film from Quebec-based anglers shows the diversity of species and locale in fly fishing. Via Wildcats.

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