Category Archives: Videos
Sometimes it takes is a bamboo rod to teach the importance of slowing down. Via Movi-Media.
The Peacock and Partridge is one of those ancient patterns combines a soft hackle style with simple construction to produce an all-purpose fly that can be fished multiple ways. Tier Tim Flagler updates his version with modern materials, and notes: “Using just …
World War II veteran Frank Moore reflects on a memorable fishing moment in this short film from Backcountry Hunters & Anglers.
Over a span of two years, photographer and cinematographer Christopher Cauble captured time-lapse video of Yellowstone National Park under a night sky. This short film presents some of his footage.
This film from Russ Schnitzer and Alan Moore highlights the connection of wild salmon and steelhead to anglers, cultures, local communities and economies.
This film features footage from the northern parts of Quebec and Labrador, fishing for Atlantic salmon and Arctic char, and is an official selection of the 2015 International Fly-Fishing Film Festival (IF4). Via Hooké.
Matt Grobert ties Rene Harrop’s CDC Transitional Midge in this week’s featured fly tying video (for real). As videographer Tim Flagler says: “It’s pretty amazing how many different body parts can be formed with a single CDC puff. Mr. Harrop really …
This short film from Zangs Film follows the journey of Jason Fitzgibbon and Tyler Graff on the Owens River in California.
This short film, the first in the Wild Fish Video Journal Series from the Wild Fish Conservancy and North Fork Studios, tells the story of Montana’s groundbreaking decision to in 1974 put an end to stocking trout in streams and …
Commercial fishermen Ed and Cindi John discuss the impacts they see on fisheries from climate change in this short film from Jason B. Kohl and Nora Mandray.