Welcome to the one other version of the Orvis Information Friday Fly-Fishing Movie Competition! Every week, we scour the Net for the most effective fly-fishing movies obtainable after which serve them up so that you can get pleasure from. This week, we serve up a dozen cool productions that can take you from Australia to Germany, and from North Carolina to Nevada, plus extra. There’s some coldwater, warmwater, and saltwater motion to cowl all of the bases. The one video and not using a caption gave me some bother, so right here’s the inside track:it’s from Lithuania and includes a pair of anglers chasing browns and grayling.
For finest outcomes, watch all movies at full-screen and in excessive definition. Bear in mind, we surf so that you don’t need to. However when you do come across one thing nice that you just assume is worthy of inclusion in a future F5, please publish it within the feedback under, and we’ll have a look.
And don’t neglect to take a look at the previous, however superior, Orvis fly-fishing video theater: The Tug. There are greater than 1,250 nice movies on the location!
We kick issues off with a wonderful video from Germany a couple of son sharing his love of fly fishing along with his dad, reinforcing the teachings taught years in the past.
I really like these movies the place the Jensens discuss us by an angling drawback, after which we see how issues work out in actual time.
Right here’s a cool take a look at the fly-fishing motion obtainable on the coastal creeks in tropical northern Australia
It is a cool montage that’s a celebration of ladies on the water. #5050onthewater
Brent Lyons serves up some cool drone footage of of casting to redfish throughout a flood tide alongside Florida’s Nature Coast.
New England Euro-nymphing by no means appeared so good.
Beautiful footage of brook-trout waters of Northern Ontario, courtesy The New Fly Fisher.
I don’t imagine we’ve ever featured a video devoted to catching barbel steed earlier than. You’re welcome.
Small-stream fishing for wild trout within the mountains of western North Carolina seems to be fairly magical.
There’s an extended talky half in the midst of this video that’s eminently skippable, however the fishing motion is nice.
Legendary tarpon angler Andy Mill chases sharks and extra on the japanese coast of Florida.