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This film from Mikey Wier features the great adventure of floating 100 miles of a remote Alaska river. An Official Selection of the 2018 International Fly Fishing Film Festival.
This short film from Fly Fishing Nation features Atlantic salmon fishing on the Ponoi River on Russia’s Kola Peninsula.
“The colors are gone. It’s now a tableau of black and white and shades of gray. The water is inky black with a silver screen of snow reflected on its surface. There are little mists rising. Yet, even in the … Continue reading →
Fly Tying Materials Review: Hareline Pastel and Spirit River UV2 Bucktails. I am a regular and frequent user of bucktails and am always on the lookout for variations or specifics when it comes to acquiring bucktails to tie my salmon … Continue reading →
In this short video from Keith Burtonwood, view beautiful footage of a marble trout taking a dry fly on the Soca River in Slovenia.
This film features University of Nevada Reno faculty members Zeb Hogan and Sudeep Chandra, and their research on Hucho taimen of the Eg and the Uur Rivers in northwest Mongolia.
In this short film from Backcountry, Ian and Neil Provo travel “up a tributary of the world’s largest river and into the depths of the Bolivian Amazon” to fly fish for Golden Dorado.
In “The American Rivers Tour” chef Colin Ambrose roams the country in his vintage camper, meeting “with top local fishing guides and guest chefs who share his passion for fishing and the lore of the river.” View and read about … more →
This year, only 200 wild steelhead are expected to return to the Thompson River. “To think that human impact might forever erase these creatures from our planet is devastating,” writes Russell Miller. “Simply put, there is no place on earth like … more →
The Utah Supreme Court has ruled in favor of public access, and affirmed that the beds and banks of the Weber River “where it crosses the property at issue in this case” should be open to public use. Read more … more →