Category Archives: Videos
In this trailer for the full version that will be featured in the 2014 Fly Fishing Film Tour, the folks at Sharptail Media celebrate fly fishing’s past and present.
With returning numbers of King Salmon dropping steadily, some watersheds are seeing their lowest returns ever. This film short for an upcoming documentary from Fly Out Media shows some hope on the horizon for the legendary Alaskan species.
Despite increased awareness, care, and legislation, over-fishing continues to devastate ocean fish populations. This documentary presents an engaging look at what’s at stake.
A week in Alaska has a way of putting life into perspective; the daily grind forgotten in wild country, fish, and the freedom of taking each day as it comes.
Some of the best places are the hardest to get to and in this case require a helicopter drop, as shown in this film short from Brothers on the Fly.
This film by Camille Egdorf highlights her family’s way of life in Alaska and the traditions they keep in the wilds of the north. Part of the IF4 film tour.
There is usually a reason why you aren’t catching fish, but narrowing down the cause can be frustrating—to put it kindly. From Rolf Nylinder.
This documentary about the Skeena River drainage, “the last bastion of wild steelhead,” examines the growing risks presented by energy development and their impact on this diverse ecosystem and wilderness.
Having appeared at festivals around the world, the new animated short “A Tangled Tale” is receiving high praise. See the revolutionary approach to sand animation by Corrie Francis Parks, blending traditionally handcrafted imagery with technological innovation, along with a great story.
As work piles up, often the only thing to do is spend some time on the water—even if it’s only in a daydream, as shown in this film short from Joe Cummings of Classic Journey Outfitters.