Film

Fly Fishing Tips: How to Catch More Trout in the Winter Months

While most of us are still in the peak of fall, winter is upon us as the temps drop and frost begins to roll in. With winter comes a different mindset and requires specific techniques to catch those persnickety trout. Due to the colder temps, anglers are required to take extra precautions to optimize your time and experience on the water. Keeping that in mind,… Read More »Fly Fishing Tips: How to Catch More Trout in the Winter Months

Permit on Floating Crabs

Australia is home to some amazing flats fishing, particularly in the northern part of the country. My wife and I had been living on the road for almost two years fly fishing our way all over the place and ticking off many of the things on our fishing bucket list. At the top of that list was catching a permit on the flats. We’d had… Read More »Permit on Floating Crabs

Behind the Scenes of: “This Place Sucks” – Getting Cinematic on a GoPro

It’s well known throughout the fly-fishing community that shooting on a GoPro camera is not only far from a unique filming method, but somewhat of an industry standard. However, have you ever tried to shoot on 6 of them at once? For our latest fly-fishing adventure video, we met up with local guide, Colby Crossland, to create a cinematic experience following our adventure down the… Read More »Behind the Scenes of: “This Place Sucks” – Getting Cinematic on a GoPro

Premiering Tonight: “Blood Run” – Payara on the Fly

Ross Purnell and Rodrigo Salles take on the challenge of the Payara in the latest film from Flyfisherman Magazine premiering at the link above at 7 PM EST tonight. More than just fishing the new film highlights the Kayapo Tribe’s battle against the damming of their home waters. “On Brazil’s Xingu River, Kayapo warriors use the enormous fangs from vampire fish to cut and scar… Read More »Premiering Tonight: “Blood Run” – Payara on the Fly

Video of the Week: Trout Hunting NZ’s Exploring New Backcountry Water

In this week’s segment of Video of The Week, we take a look at Gareth Bayliss‘ new film where he and Alex Waller walk into one of their favorite backcountry rivers in search of large New Zealand trout. This early season adventure leaves the boys with some amazing fish, a few dry fly opportunities, and some unreal New Zealand sceneries. So sit down and enjoy… Read More »Video of the Week: Trout Hunting NZ’s Exploring New Backcountry Water

GoPro Presents: “This Place Sucks” – A Fly Fishing Adventure Down the Green

This September we had the chance to take a trip over to the Green River and meet up with our friend, Colby Crossland, a guide for Spinner Fall Guide Service. With us, we brought a few rods, a cooler of beer, and most importantly, our friend Preston Hoffman who was armed with an arsenal of GoPro equipment, including the new Zeus Mini Magnetic Swivel Clip Light.… Read More »GoPro Presents: “This Place Sucks” – A Fly Fishing Adventure Down the Green

Video of The Week: A Journey Upstream

Have you ever thought that your fishing destination is a special place or that what you’ve grown up doing is pretty unique? Well, Andrew Braker and Eric Braker thought so. They grew up in Maryland fishing the Chesapeake and its surrounding watershed. From high mountain babbling creeks, slow-moving wide rivers, to the shellfish shoals of the Chesapeake Bay. These boys grew up fishing and exploring… Read More »Video of The Week: A Journey Upstream

How to Rig a New Zealand Strike Indicator

As long as fly fishing has been around, strike detection is something anglers always value. Although you may be able to feel a strike, often times this is not always the case. The ever popular suspension rig indication system is a tried a true technique exercised by anglers across the globe. While the typical “thingamabobber” or floating cork might do the trick, often times these… Read More »How to Rig a New Zealand Strike Indicator

SWINGIN’: A Fly Fishing Road Trip Film

Most people don’t consider January to be a good “road trip” month in the Rocky Mountains. Not because the fishing is lackluster but more so because the driving conditions can vary from difficult to shit-show. When we took off from Denver to go swingin’ in Wyoming we planned for a late-night arrival as we passed through a little snowfall. Well, as luck would have it,… Read More »SWINGIN’: A Fly Fishing Road Trip Film