Tag: England

SMALL ENGLISH STREAMS

What brings more calm and serenity than Luke Bannister’s films? Honestly, I don’t know, but what I do know ids that every time I watch them I feel better, more relaxed, as if time was stopping, as if for a moment, nothing matters, it’s just me and my memories. I…

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DARTMOOR

Every time I watch one of Luke Bannister‘s films, the same thing happens, I am calm, serene, relaxed, and in total communion with what I am watching on the screen, while with many other fly fishing films, most of the time, I’m just watching fishermen having fun. With Luke’s films, I…

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TOM BELL

At last some news from old UK!  England is the craddle of fly fishing, for many of us a dream destination, but we only know a little about English fishermen, although they are estimated to be around 250 000, they are not very keen on visiting le mouching…only 5% of…

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TORRIDGE, DEVON

Luke Bannister makes films of an amazing poetry, beautiful as paitings, without camera moves, the quintescence of fly fishing films, a total austerity but yet full of details, direct sound and steady shots, just what we need to be concentrated on what e have to see. His films are a…

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UK FLY FISHING

Probably one of the best fly fihing film we’ve seen this year! All about Great Britain, you’ve got it all, pike, trout, grayling,  stripped bass… but don’t expect to see fly fishermen wearing tweed and drinking tea…you’ll get much more than that!  A film by Matt Dunkinson

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BLIMY, IT’S TENKARA, OLD CHAP!

Jolly good indeed! At last we have Tenkara in our wee rivers. Blimy, it’s brilliant, isn’t it?

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A SEASON WITH LUKE

Sometimes on the Aubrac, my nearby mountains, I take a splitcane to go fishing those small black trouts in rivers black as tea. I like the pace that bamboo forces me to have when I cast, it calms me down, it is something different than what I am used to.…

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STREAM, CHALK STREAM

Totaly British, it sounds like a caracter from a spy novel, My name is Stream, Chalk Stream, how more British can it be? The whole history of fly fishing lies here, in the rivers modeled by man, whith their banks filled with iris and reed, with wooden bench skilfully scattered…

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