Entries in fly tying (90)
Everyone has a story about the one they snared or the one that got away. Such fish tales form the poetry behind this trip to Scotland’s far northern highlands, as Eric Steel, director of the acclaimed 2006 documentary The Bridge, focuses on the life and remarkable influence of Megan Boyd, fishing fly-maker extraordinaire.
"Kiss The Water," follows renowned fly fishing expert Megan Boyd, living remotely in Scotland's northern highlands, whose self-taught and made fishing flies have brought her great acclaim and reverence, making her something of a legend among fly-fishing enthusiasts. With admirers as distinguished as Prince Charles, among others, she has throughout her life become internationally renowned for her startling abilities, which Steel documents through interviews, animations, and stunning images of the landscape that she calls home.
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-Fly fishing photographer/videographer Austin Trayser gets us started with photos he's collected while on the job in "On Location."
-Missoula-area writer Bill Pfeiffer uses words and photos to share his vision of fly fishing on the state's largest -river in "River Profile: The Clark Fork."
-Ehren Wells and Greg Lewis team up for an interview with lifelong teacher and longtime professional rod-builder: Howard Bethel.
-Contributor John Noreika and Bozeman-area guide Ken stock ply their skills at the vise, together with a few tyers from The Weekly Fly, to tie up some Spring Flies.
-Landscape photographer Michael Cramer offers his unique perspective of Montana's fly fishing culture in This Is Where We Fish.
-Livingston-based guide and artist Doug McKnight explains why It's Time to Hit the Lakes.