SALMON DRY

Northern Norway, way up after the polar circle, where reindeers will probably be your only neighbors. And Salmon, salmon on dry flies… What is more exciting than catching a Salmon on a dry fly ? Maybe catching two salmon on dry flies… This film is on VOD, we suggest you rent it, it’s great!

HE WHO WATCHES OVER STEEL

HeWhoWatchesOverSteel6So many have fallen for the magic and the beauty of Oregon’s North Umpqua river and its steelhead. Some keep coming back, doing their pilgrimage year after year, others have made roots in or near the valley and cannot possibly live in any other place. One of those is Lee Spencer, a very special man, who after years of fishing North Umpqua Steelhead on a fly, has converted into becoming the watcher of Big Bend Pool in Steamboat Creek, the main spawning tributary for North Umpqua Steelhead and off limits to anglers.

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During the migration season, Lee and his faithful and beautiful dog Maggie keep a close eye on the fish in that very famous pool in the creek, welcoming visitors every day . Eric Arbogast and his Mrs have had the chance to meet and fish with Lee in the main river, who, for the sake of the fish, only uses flies with clipped points… no need for Lee to hook the fish any more.

You’re gonna find two great footages of this exceptional character: HERE

Further information on North Umpqua’s conservation measures and its legendary status among fly fishermen worldwide can be had at North Umpqua.org and also at Steamboaters.org

LOUGH MASK

Rarely a flyfishing film shook us up like this one. So strong and yet so simple, the images are as dark as a dark beer, almost warm and yet so refreshing. This film is dark but it enlights us, I cannot help to watch it again and again. It’s probably one of the best films we’ve ever had the luck to watch. It’s a French film shot in Ireland and the guys who made it, 9p#5 Media, can really be proud because they made a film so beautiful it makes you want to cry. Thank you.  

SCALE #14

Scale is out!!! The new issue is burning our eyes! The best magazine for spinning and fly fishing has just arrived in your screen to deliver your dosis of happyness. Don’t waist anymore time, just read itSCALE #14!

THE BEST OF THE DRAKE 2014

The Drake 9th FlyFishing VIdeo AwardsThe best of the best, la crème de la crème, that’s how we consider the films that are in The Drake FlyFishing Video Awards. We owe so much to The Drake that it is logical that you go on their website to spend sometimes watching all those films. Perfect for a Sunday and congratulations for Tom Bie and his friends to grant us the privilege to watch all those films. You should also suscribe because it’s just one of the best Fly Fishing paper mag!

LEWIS RIVER, LABRADOR

Lewis river, in Labrador, way up North! It’s one of my friend Gordon Sim, favorite places to fish, he’s been lucky enough to go there several times. We showed you the trailer a few month ago, here’s the full version of the show! Enjoy! Salmon on dry fly is breathtaking.

SALMON DRY

C’mon, just tell me you can think about twelve pounds of angry salmon rising to a dry fly without getting a fever. Salmon on a dry, man.

RE PLANT THE MANGROVE

In 1998, hurricane Mitchell wipe out the coast of the Island of Guanaja, Honduras, today, Fly Fish Guanaja, with the help of the Student Work Program, is re planting that mangrove, collecting seeds, growing young plants in tree nurseries, helping the mangrove to go back were it was once. Without mangrove, we have no fish, no birds, no underwater life, life dies and the island would only be rocks, dead coral and sand. Fantastic adventure to restore the habitat of snook, permit, tarpon and, bonefish! You’re a student, I’m sure you can find out and go help! Learn more : Fly Fish Guanaja 

FROM SCANDINAVIA, WITH LOVE

Another film about friendship, fishing, Scandinavia, and childhood memories. What better way could there be to start the week?

GEOBASS: BOTSWANA

You’re feeling tired? You need a littel actino to wake you up? Maybe this will do! Let”s go to Botswana with the crazies from Geobass and see how it is to bend some rods in Africa!