Category Archives: Videos
This video from OneFly shows that a film doesn’t have to show the catch to be a good and even great fly fishing film.
This short film features the conservation work being done by The Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs and the Bureau of Reclamation, on the Middle Fork John Day River in Oregon to restore critical habitat for Chinook salmon, steelhead and bull …
This short film features footage of an impressive pike fishery in Ireland, via Black Bay Lodge.
This trailer for the feature documentary “A River Between Us” examines the stakeholders of one of the largest conservation projects in American history, removal of dams on the Klamath River. Via It Matters.
The 2015 Fly Fishing Film Tour is underway, and this trailer shows footage from the featured films.
This short film presents some impressive footage of fly fishing the waters of the Palometa Club in Ascension Bay, Mexico.
The Infamous Pink Worm–a remarkably quick-to-tie combo worm and fly pattern–is the focus of this week’s featured tying video. “Scoff if you like, but you can’t argue with this fly’s ability to catch fish,” says tier and videographer Tim Flagler.
The recent tailings dam failure at the Mount Polley Mine heightened concerns about pit-mining in British Columbia and its downstream effect on watersheds in Alaska. This upcoming film from Salmon Beyond Borders looks at the community and environmental impacts of …
In this TEDx talk, Wild Salmon Center President Guido Rahr presents information on the healthiest salmon ecosystems across the North Pacific, and the importance of salmon as a keystone species.
This new short film from American Rivers celebrates the rivers of the Pacific Northwest from the fresh perspective of a child.