Six fishermen in a fishing spree in North Island, New Zealand. Breathtaking images, fantastic landscapes and amazing fish! We cannot wait to watch the entire film at the Rise Film Festival!
And here they come again, the Tarpon’s nuts, the ones that go crazy for a é days championship in Islamorada, Fla, trying to catch the biggest! You try to feed a hundred million years od animal that eats chicken feathers and jumps and puts holes in the ocean the size of your truck! You’re gonna love it!
Be careful ladies and gentlemen, it’s bad mood time!!! Norbert says stop, and we do the same. No more fish grip for pike and esox fish!!! it’s a fucking shit!! This short footage has been cleverly thought by Norbert Renaud to clearly deliver his message, that is also the one of many fishermen, like us at Le Mouching, we don’t want to see those things on the water anymore. Deliberately exagerated and accompanied by a lovely song by Simon and Garfunkel just to remind that we are not agressive, but, you know, that would be a good thing to reconsider it… we hope that this short movie will invite many fishermen to do the same, this tool is really not appropriate to handle our freshwater fish. A net is much, much better.
You’re ready? The river is waiting for you? You’re all geared up and excited. Here’s a good one from our friends of Frontsidefly !
No time for dreaming, gotta get on up, gotta do my thing… This film is so sweatyyou want to eat gombo and shrimps in a hot sauce! We love it!
No Time For Dreamin’ / Charles Bradley
Watch out, you’re going to be hit with a southern stick! This summer issue from Southern Culture On the Fly is dope (SCOF, le #12,)! Not only because our buddy Marc Crapo is in it, but because it’s a sick issue, it’s so phat and juicy, it’ll make your screen sweat! Look at the Poon pictures, they instantly bring you to the tropical waters, oh Lord I’m so excited, I cannot write more, just read it! Suscribe.
Not bad, for a first go at the fly: a nice little stream full of fish, a guide who knows the ropes. I too would probably drop the reel in those conditions, and go the tenkara way…
Our Canadian cousins from Hooké are back having fun catching salmon as big as the Hulk’s tights while Le Mouching team is hardly catching minnows in chocolate colour rivers…that’s not fair! Let’s all go Gaspesia!
Finally, here is the teaser of our adventure on the Gaspé rivers! A sneak peak of our six days trip on the York, Dartmouth and Saint-Jean rivers searching for Atlantic salmon.
Leaving the banks of the Bonaventure River after flipping Cime Aventure over with a film premiere and a Hooké party, Phil and Fred took the direction of Gaspé in a semi-good shape Hooké van. At their arrival, the boys started exploring the three rivers in harsh conditions. With a crazy fast river flow and a difficult season beginning on its hands, the tribe worked hard and succeeded to get some salmon on the rod.
Enjoy the teaser and keep following us in the next weeks for the clips of our complete trip to Gaspé!