Tagging tarpons

Are you free this August? Do you have a 12wt and know how to use it? Do you think that science an extra effort, and that there’s no way to achieve efficient protection of a species without a precise understanding of its behaviour? If you check for all these criteria and you’re loaded with cash, you’re just five grants away from the experience of a lifetime with top tarpon anglers in Belize (Adam Marton and Andy Mill, mind you), to catch and tag big specimens with satellite tracking devices. The expedition is organized by the Fieldworkers Club, and it’s gonna be a huge blast.

There’s a few seats left. Wait for me, I’m gonna rob a bank and I’m in!

That’s why we fish

All of it is there. All of it? Yes, all of it. There is no better film to remind us why we fish. Friendship, brotherhood, great outdoors, and that very peculiar feeling of freedom that one’s can feel when they fish, when you fish, when I fish. The soundtrack is a bliss, the images are beautiful. It’s an advertisemnt film or let’s say it’s a sponsored film, but nowadays, which film ins’t it? This one rocks!

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We had no news from our friend Peter Christensen for a while, I was wondering where he was. And today, I received this…. It’s probably the best film I have seen this year so far. (sorry for the others) Amazing shooting, great editing, perfect soundtrack, the sensation of being there with them in Nicaragua is awesome! This should be a longer film, tell me it’s only the teaser? Peter, there is more coming, right? (watch full screen and loud!)

Wet, and happy

Sometimes you’ve been waiting for this since so long that when the time comes, you just throw away your last bit of good sense and just jump in like a fool. And that works for fishing too, as Håvard Stubø demonstrates skilfully. If you are lucky, you’ll end up wet, and happy.

Day off in New Zealand

What do you do when it’s your day off and you are a fly fishing guide in New Zealand? You go fishing! We love that film, so simple and yet so strong, the music (The Chase: Calvin Bosco & Chris Bekker Fe) matches perfectly the action, shot in one view, the perfect one. No need for special editing, just three shots and its wrapped! Enough to make us feel exactly what is happening, the green of the trees, the thickness of the air, the water, the strike, we feel everything! It’s a perfect film, we wish many people watch it and learn from it for their future fishing films…

Last call for Tight Loops!

Few hours remains to help our friends Chase and Aime (from Tight Loops) in their project! Do you remember? They kickstarted for a road/fishing trip on board a 1985 VW Westfalia, promising us to bring back –as they always did before!– some amazing videos and pictures. And at Le Mouching we love how they look the Road, the fly-fishing and how they find beauty in each of their sight. So go on everybody! Only couple coins missing…

And by the way my fisrt car at 18 was almost same as them, and today I really like to go on a road trip with them on board my ’73 Renault 4L…

Ohhh…you got to watch this, simplicity and beauty. My favourite!

The Muskegon

Earlier this morning we showed you what could sometimes, unfortunatly, happen with a drone, but here you are going to see how a drone can be fantastic when well used…The Muskegon, Michigan, in black and white, a black and white so strong images so well edited that they don’t need colour, they are colour!  And that spey casting, isn’t it beautiful too? Doesn’t it make you want to spey cast too? In the meantime, just enjoy, it’s bliss!


Jazz and Fly Fishing are getting better and better at this game: mixing the fly with jazz and literature, storytelling, video narrative. Everything bathed in beauty, with a keen sense of humour (the scandinavian kind). And what a better story to tell than one of endless winter boredom and summer frenzy, exploration, a chance meeting and obsession, obsession, obsession… An obsession called Janne.

A great vintage again, thank you buddies!