Category Archives: Videos
In this short documentary, First Nations, fishermen, conservationists, and other experts join together to explain how we can save wild Pacific salmon by changing the way we fish.
This short film trailer follows six anglers as they explore the incredible backcountry waters of New Zealand. Via Gin Clear Media.
The newest release in the “Great Days” video series from Smith Optics, features a group of Idaho anglers traveling to the sea of Cortez in pursuit of the prized roosterfish.
Lake Ontario once held a thriving population of Atlantic salmon. However, due to overfishing and environmental degradation we lost them. A new proposed documentary, “The Forgotten Salmon,” will tell the history and continued story of this unique species, including what …
“Project Permit” is a joint effort between Bonefish and Tarpon Trust and Costa Sunglasses to address challenges facing the permit species. The new catch and recapture data will inform researchers on permit movements in Florida waters and help to inform …
Thanks to the work of diligent fisheries biologists and managers, after a 50-year absence native bull trout have been reintroduced to the Clackamas River in Oregon. This video tells their story.
Floating the Green River through Flaming Gorge provides beautiful landscape and incredible fish. Team Backcountry provides some great footage in this short film.
This feature documentary tells the story of the largest dam removal and river restoration project in history, currently taking place on the Elwha River in Washington State.
The powerful and award-winning documentary “DamNation” explores the change in America’s attitude towards dams: from marvels of engineering to destruction of rivers and entire ecosystems. The film is directed by Ben Knight and Travis Rummel, and is now available for …
Hank Patterson is back on the river in this film short, where he shares always amusing tips and tricks for nymphing.