Welcome to the one other version of the Orvis Information Friday Fly-Fishing Movie Competition! Every week, we scour the Net for the perfect fly-fishing movies obtainable after which serve them up so that you can take pleasure in. This week, we serve up fourteen stellar productions, from such far-flung areas as Chile, Hawaii, and Kamchatka, however with a slew of home movies, as nicely–together with a little bit tree-fishing from our dwelling state.
For finest outcomes, watch all movies at full-screen and in excessive definition. Bear in mind, we surf so that you don’t must. However should you do come across one thing nice that you simply assume is worthy of inclusion in a future F5, please submit it within the feedback under, and we’ll have a look.
And don’t overlook to take a look at the outdated, however superior, Orvis fly-fishing video theater: The Tug. There are greater than 1,250 nice movies on the positioning!
We kick issues off with a beautiful quick video from Patagonia–each Argentina and Chile–from Fly Broad.
Our pal Spencer Higa put collectively this cool, quick edit on a visit to Canada final 12 months.
Right here’s a ravishing movie a few father passing on his information of fly fishing to his son, set on the flats of Molokai, Hawaii.
Simply half a minute of winter trout motion from Montana’s Gallatin River.
Right here’s a cool take a look at a mountaineering journey into the California backcountry, seeking solitude and wild trout.
The gang from Fly Fish the Mitt chase steelhead on a snowy Midwestern river.
Right here’s a superb self-shot reel from Dan Miller, documenting his adventures over the previous few years.
Catching bowfin on the fly and not using a boat requires some severe ingenuity.
A terrific day on the water in Arkansas with Jamie Rouse, courtesy of Charles Warren.
Argentina’s Collon Cura river will get the glamorous remedy on this shortie.
The primary float of the 12 months on the Colorado River for PTRU.
In far southern Chile, there’s a magical place . . . .
Somewhat historical past lesson from British Columbia . . . .
This video is in French (you need to use autotranslate with the closed captions), but it surely’s a shocking take a look at a visit to Kamchatka.