Filmed exclusively with REEL Cameras HD Slayer, The Crick is simply a fun short about going out and having fun while fly fishing and being immersed in nature. Filmed in Western Montana during the Fall of 2014. For more films check outtrvsbdfd.wordpress.com. For more information on Reel Cameras, Check out reelcameras.com
Adventure fly fishing
Multiple hippo attacks and elephant roadblocks can’t stop the crew on a far-flung trip seeking giant golden bass of Botswana.
Native Brooke Trout
The Reasonable Art of Fly Fishing
One of the best acid tests of an introductory book, is that the text allows the reader to learn an important skill independent of the illustrations. Fly casting is very difficult to teach in person, and even more so in print, yet this book contains the best, the most interesting, and the most effective introduction of fly casting I have ever read. I think Terry puts the emphasis in the right places; he doesn't neglect entomology, but he devotes twice as many words to trout behavior, a far more interesting and useful pastime if you must introduce a scientific bent into your fishing.
Last June, the Montana Wild crew was thirsty for some fly fishing. Black bear season was over but spring run-off most certainly was not, leaving few options for clear waters around Missoula. Zack, Travis and Sam decided to make the haul from Western Montana down to Eastern Oregon and check out a tiny, mysterious tailwater in the desert. This film is about a fly-flinging good time chasing some bucknasty brown trout who like to eat mice almost as much as mayflies. Look for it in the 2015 F3T Fly Fishing Film Tour!
As winter finally grabs hold of Southern New England and chokes out the last of the warmer temps and longer days, productivity in the larger rivers in Rhode Island slows significantly. Unwilling to accept the bitter truth, we decided to stray from the beaten path, to places that seem to encapsulate endless summer, with plentiful and beautiful fish eagerly attacking dry flies. Thats right, we’re talking about native brook trout streams; one of Rhode Islands most underutilized and under-appreciated fisheries. With little to no fishing pressure, plenty of gorgeous native and wild fish, and consistent action on the surface, sometimes we forget why we ever fish anywhere else.
Lightnin’ Hopkins-Sorrow To My Heart
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