You might know how to make a mountain bike fly fishing film but do you know how to make a sick edit?
Now there's two words you don't often see together in the same sentence.
Audubon types, we're fully aware the image above is not of a falcon but that of a red tail hawk.
Some interesting tidbits in this 1992 Washington Post profile of Robert Redford, Livingston and the making of A River Runs Through It.
Here's a further blast from the past.
The chalk rivers of Hampshire are known among the angling fraternity across the globe as the birth place of fly fishing - a mere mention of the name 'Test' or 'Itchen' conjures up images of balmy summer evenings, heavy spinner falls and gluttonous trout rising freely ... But what happens after October?