Welcome to an all-new version of the Orvis Information Friday Fly-Fishing Movie Pageant, through which we scour the Internet for one of the best fly-fishing movies out there. This week, we provide a baker’s dozen movies, with manufacturing values starting from auteur-level to cell-phone. These movies will show you how to escape to the far corners of the globe–Australia, Argentina, Swedish Lapland–in addition to to a number of the extra lovely waters of this nice nation.
For greatest outcomes, watch all movies at full-screen and in excessive definition. Bear in mind, we surf so that you don’t need to. However for those who do encounter one thing nice that you just suppose is worthy of inclusion in a future F5, please publish it within the feedback under, and we’ll have a look.
We kick issues off with an awesome movie about bushwhacking and floating for giant brook trout in northern Minnesota.
Floating Montana’s Smith River is a Bucket Checklist journey for a lot of anglers. Right here’s why.
Only a minute of trout fishing in Australia’s Snowy Mountains.
Usually nice stuff from the Jensens, and Amelia does an awesome job feeding a fish.
Ever marvel what it’s prefer to work at a fly-fishing dude ranch?
Methods to inform an awesome fly-fishing story in 20 seconds.
Whereas not an awesome piece of filmmaking, this battle between one man and one trout is riveting.
Solely barely longer, this striped-bass story is admittedly partaking.
Sweden’s Torne River is a real paradise for grayling fishing.
A young person and his dad discover magic on a winter Colorado stream.
Some younger anglers discover the magic of fly fishing, even once you get skunked.
Fishermen of Bristol Bay, AK converse on the worth of their fishery to communities and the continued risk of the proposed Pebble Mine.
Lastly, right here’s the most recent sensible movie from Tight Loops, about fly-fishing in far northern Quebec.