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 obtainable after which serve them up so that you can take pleasure in. This week, we’ve acquired a baker’s dozen productions that may take you all over the world to chase all kinds of species, from trout in Trentino to roosters in Baja to Mahseer in Thailand. Homegrown movies characterize Montana, Texas, Idaho, Connecticut, and extra.
For greatest outcomes, watch all movies at full-screen and in excessive definition. Keep in mind, we surf so that you don’t should. However for those who do come across one thing nice that you simply suppose is worthy of inclusion in a future F5, please put up it within the feedback beneath, and we’ll have a look.
We kick issues off with some beautiful stillwater fishing from Paradise Valley, courtesy of Jensen Fly Fishing.
Trentino is unquestionably on my bucket record, and after watching this video, I believe you’ll perceive why.
At simply 35 seconds, this video does an awesome job of capturing the expertise of chasing redfish within the Lone Star State.
That is an advert for a lodge, so you possibly can cease watching at about three:10. However up till then? Wow.
Who doesn’t love a sluggish jam? Cool modifying on this video from Washington State.
We don’t get too many striper movies, and the pictures of those fish crashing in opposition to the seashore are wonderful.
One man’s obsession with backcountry fishing is the topic of this cool quick.
A information from North Georgia wonders why he ought to journey wherever else to catch trout.
Invoice Spicer from The New Fly Fisher chases steelhead in Nice Lakes tribs.
Our pal Ken Tanaka of Wish4Fish goes after bull redfish in Louisiana.
There’s no fancy filmmaking right here, however its one of many extra complete appears to be like we’ve gotten at casting for Thai mahseer.
Yeah right here come the rooster, yeah / You understand he ain’t gonna die
Lastly, right here’s an necessary movie from Conservation Hawks that every one outdoorsfolk ought to watch.