Entries in fly fishing films (67)
Up until now filmmaker and Styx fan Robert Thompson has been flying under the radar, that's about to change with the release of his film Musky Country.
I embedded the new trailer but you should also go to his site and watch some of his 2009 videos, particularly September Wisconsin and October Michigan....really good stuff and some stellar tunes.
Check it out @ Third Year Fly Fisher
Other than the slight logistical problem that Mexican taquerias use lard instead of veggie oil, AND there is a 50/50 chance they'll end up decapitated in the bottom of some Chiapas mine shaft, this promises to be one helluva journey.
MOTIV Fishing is a new name for some familiar faces. Following the success of their past productions, former AEG Media founders, Brian Jill and Chris Owens, have teamed up once again with Thad Robison and Jay Johnson to create a new adventure series, GEOFISH.
Starting in October of 2010, GEOFISH will follow the exploits of these four anglers as they embark on an 8,000 mile overland adventure across the rugged landscapes of Mexico. Utilizing a diesel truck converted to run on vegetable oil, the GEOFISH crew will travel down Mexico's remote Baja coastline, ferry across the Sea of Cortez, and continue their overland fly fishing journey along the Pacific Coast eventually reaching the turquoise waters of the Yucatan Peninsula.
Oh, great - another Felt Soul hot spotting flick. First you destroy Baja, and now they'll be douche bags crowding every inch of Kamchatka. What's next, Nile Perch in Uganda? You guys ruin everything.
- Tom Bie - The Drake
Сметхерст это клоун!
This film gave me a super kundzha in my pants!
- El Guapo
When you get your copy make sure to check out the two extra short films, especially the piece on One Percent for the Planet.