Welcome to the one other version of the Orvis Information Friday Fly-Fishing Movie Competition! Every week, we scour the Internet for the most effective fly-fishing movies out there after which serve them up so that you can take pleasure in. This week, we’ve received a good dozen movies that function quite a lot of species–from stripers and redfish to trout and steelhead, and from golden dorado and peacock bass to arctic char and false albacore.
For finest outcomes, watch all movies at full-screen and in excessive definition. Keep in mind, we surf so that you don’t need to. However if you happen to do encounter one thing nice that you simply assume is worthy of inclusion in a future F5, please submit it within the feedback beneath, and we’ll have a look.
And don’t neglect to take a look at the outdated, however superior, Orvis fly-fishing video theater: The Tug.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 very wonderful video from Jensen Fly Fishing. When you ever questioned if Amelia is actually as badass as she appears, you’ll get your reply right here.
Greenland’s Kangia River is a exceptional arctic-char fishery in an epic setting.
Some Korean anglers discover loads of steelhead motion in British Columbia.
Right here’s the trailer for an necessary movie concerning the well being of fisheries within the Northeast. Warning: Salty language.
Dave Fason has made a wonderful video about how a rodmaker goals of the way forward for his fly rods.
This peacock bass places up a mighty battle.
Cool drone pictures of an angler chasing tailing redfish in South Carolina.
A slo-mo love letter to North Georgia’s Toccoa River.
The Fish or Die crew chase large golden dorado in Bolivia. Skip to three:34 for the fishing motion.
Wilmington, North Carolina fishing information, Judson Brock, jumps into fall with some albacore, redfish, and noticed trout fishing round Cape Concern.
The video high quality isn’t nice right here, however I’m intrigued by this stream in Spain. Correct casting is a should, and even a breath of wind would make this very troublesome.
Lastly, right here’s a full episode of “The New Fly Fisher,” during which host Colin McKeown chases “coaster” brook trout–potadromous fish that migrate from Lake Superior up the Nipigon River.