A Not Too Steady Flow of Mayflies
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1M ago
Another banger of greatness from Rolf Nylinder. If you’re not familiar with his work, you should be, it’s some of the best fly fishing filmmaking going on. From Rolfe: “I wrote some subtitles for the Swedish talk, please tell me if they are to sloppy. A Not Too Steady Flow Of Mayflies is fly fishing tale from the season of 2023. I filmed a lot with the fly fishing superstars Håvard Stubö (Jazz and Fly Fishing) and Markus Lemke (Lemmelkaffe), then I also filmed by myself, some of the footage is included in the Vlog series “Kokkaffe Diaries“. Håvard also filmed some by himself in the secret rive ..read more
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Hugging the Bear
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1M ago
From FlyBru: “Hugging the Bear” is a film about a journey. Take a journey and enjoy the breathtaking South African Drakensberg in all its fly-fishing glory. This is simply the story of three mates who explore a river that is relatively hard to find, and who develop an obsession with the fish, the place, and the adventure.” The post Hugging the Bear first appeared on The FlyFish Journal. The post Hugging the Bear appeared first on The FlyFish Journal ..read more
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Playlist
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1M ago
A little blues for the playlist in this post, dig into Robert Johnson’s Dead Shrimp Blues, recorded in 1936 in San Antonio, TX. It sort of sounds like he may have been low holed… The Robert Johnson Blues Foundation is a great resource for learning more about Robert, his music and the foundation’s work in their local communities. The post Playlist first appeared on The FlyFish Journal. The post Playlist appeared first on The FlyFish Journal ..read more
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Resilience – The Rise of Apache Trout
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1M ago
From Trout Unlimited: “The Apache trout is one of only two trout native to Arizona. The Apache trout was historically found only in the nearly 700 miles of headwaters of the White, Black and Little Colorado rivers above 5,900 feet. At one point, nearing extinction, Apache trout occupied only 30 miles of their historic range. Now, Apache occupy approximately 25 percent of their native habitat. “Resilience,“ a film produced by Trout Unlimited, showcases how the Apache Trout has made a remarkable recovery due in large part to the White Mountain Apache Tribe over the course of more than 50 years i ..read more
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Do Good, Get Goods, Feel Good
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by copivojta
2M ago
It’s no secret that in the world of charitable giving, monthly, recurring donation programs can go a long way toward sustaining the work of non-profit orgs. To that end, Indifly, a community-first non-profit that serves indigenous communities and ecosystems around the globe through fly-fishing eco-tourism, is relaunching “Indifly Corps.” Members of Indifly Corps are recurring, monthly donors who support Indifly’s projects in Guyana, French Polynesia, Lesotho, and on Wyoming’s Wind River Reservation. In addition to supporting vital ecosystems and indigenous communities, Corps members can reap a ..read more
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Playlist
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by copivojta
2M ago
Here’s an outstanding track for the lone wolves out there, and the socialites. Greg Brown is an amazing signer/songwriter with an expansive discography but don’t let that overwhelm you. Start here if you’re unfamiliar with his work and dive in if you dig it. As with most of our playlist posts, there’s bound to be a line or two about fishing. “And I’ll go fishin’- Get with the flow I know a river In Idaho I’ll catch a big trout And let him go And I’ll be happy Just by myself” Just By Myself is the opening track from his 1992 album Dream Café. Do yourself a favor, tune/turn in/on and don’t forge ..read more
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Gold Fever
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2M ago
From Helmut Zaderer: “I proudly present my film Gold Fever. In September 2022, an adventure to explore undiscovered rivers in the middle of the Amazon began at Pluma Lodge in Bolivia/Tsimane. In the ‘Serranía Moseten’ region there are numerous tributaries that have never been entered by a man before. We had the special opportunity to be part of the exploration trips by helicopter – to fish and produce this unique film. Gold Fever was an official selection and broadcasted at the International Flyfishing Film Festival 2023 IF4.” The post Gold Fever first appeared on The FlyFish Journal. The post ..read more
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Laxaþjóð
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by copivojta
2M ago
From Patagonia: “Our relationship with nature not only defines our history, it shapes our future, too. Yet beneath the surface of Iceland’s fjords, an industrial fish farming method threatens to destroy one of Europe’s last remaining wildernesses. Open net salmon farms wreak havoc on the fragile environments they’re placed in, polluting pristine ecosystems while mistreating the farmed fish and driving local salmon populations to extinction. It’s an industry at odds with Iceland’s untouched landscape, and as a growing local movement has shown, nothing replaces nature. Laxaþjóð | A Salmon Nation ..read more
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We Out Here
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by copivojta
2M ago
From Waist Deep Media: “It’s pretty difficulty to sum up all that is Austin Leonard in a description let alone a short film. Quite simply he is one of the most multi-talented people around. From skating to snowboarding to fly fishing and art, Austin’s raw talent shines bright. Things have not always been easy for him. Life has tested his spirit and when you hear his story you will come away with an even deeper appreciation for who he is and what he stands for. Join our host Gian Lawrence as we uncover what makes Austin so special.” The post We Out Here first appeared on The FlyFish Journal. Th ..read more
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A Beautiful Mess
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by copivojta
2M ago
From Trout Unlimited: “Why are Trout Unlimited sawyer crews felling trees into streams across the country? The woody structure is helping streams recover from long ago logging practices that cleared forests and drastically reduced needed cover for fish, as well as streams’ ability to be resilient to flooding and droughts.” The post A Beautiful Mess first appeared on The FlyFish Journal. The post A Beautiful Mess appeared first on The FlyFish Journal ..read more
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