Entries in fly fishing films (102)
To Catch a Fish is like a Florida Keys vacation - full of dramatic scenery, wonderful creatures, and authentic salty characters. Yet this sparkling exterior conceals a complex struggle between man and the sea - a struggle for food, for conquest, and for survival. Ride along with four friends as they chase four very different fish. One tries to spear lionfish in an effort to bring back the coral reef; one wants to walk a watery mile in Hemingway’s shoes; one just wants to catch dinner. And one isn’t trying to catch anything at all.
(via: Fish Navy Films)
In the heart of the Northern Rockies, one 500 mile stretch of U.S. Highway 20 threads a dozen jewels-- the West’s most prized blue ribbon trout streams. Along the way, the corridor winds through some of America’s most spectacular scenery-- jagged peaks, bewitching deserts, shimmering waters in pristine forests.
“The Rocky Mountain Fly Highway” is a one-hour documentary narrated by Tom Skerritt, written by Tim Woodward, directed by Tom Hadzor and produced by Wide Eye Productions and the same creative team behind the Emmy Award-winning film, “Idaho, the Movie.”
The new Conservation Hawks movie CO2LD WATERS stars Craig Mathews of Blue Ribbon Flies, Yvon Chouinard of Patagonia, Steve Hemkens of Orvis, Tim Romano of Angling Trade, and Todd Tanner of Conservation Hawks. The film, which was shot on O’Dell Creek near Ennis, Montana and produced by Jeremy Roberts of Conservation Media, looks at the single biggest threat to the future of angling: Climate Change.