Welcome to the one other version of the Orvis Information Friday Fly-Fishing Movie Pageant! Every week, we scour the Net for one of the best fly-fishing movies obtainable after which serve them up so that you can take pleasure in. This week, we’ve acquired fifteen movies, that includes some unique locales and species, in addition to a couple of down-home waters. From Africa to the South Pacific and from North Carolina, you’ll get to trip together with some nice anglers and filmmakers.
For greatest outcomes, watch all movies at full-screen and in excessive definition. Bear in mind, we surf so that you don’t must. However in the event you do come across one thing nice that you just suppose is worthy of inclusion in a future F5, please submit it within the feedback beneath, and we’ll have a look.
And don’t overlook 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 one thing that basically lives as much as the phrase “epic”: an expedition seeking goliath tigerfish in Africa.
The waters round Boone, North Carolina, get the cinematic therapy right here.
Swedish Lapland affords some magical moments on this movie from Carpe Diem.
Montana’s Missouri River affords fly fishing amid a formidable panorama.
Simply 42 seconds of big-bass motion on a small pond.
The boys from Hooké seem like they loved their time at Estancia Tecka in Argentina.
Ryan Beckham chases some candy freestone rainbows within the backcountry.
Northwest of Kiribati, Fanning Atoll (a.ok.a. Tabuaeran) seems fairly cool.
Right here’s a cool montage that gives a special perspective on New Zealand fly fishing.
Chasing lips on a Montana reservoir produces some chunky fish.
The panorama surrounding these high-altitude spring creeks in Argentina is astonishing.
Slo-mo cutthroat launch goodness . . . .
Dunno who this Bryan cat is, however he’s caught some nice fish over time.
Sure, I want to go to Iceland. Please.
Lastly, right here’s the most recent episode of “Das Boat,” from MeatEater, by which Alvin Dedeaux of All Water Guides will get his shot.