I’m out of the workplace this week, so right here’s a traditional version of the Orvis Information Friday Fly-Fishing Movie Pageant, by which we scour the Internet for the most effective fly-fishing movies out there. This week, we serve up fourteen nice movies, one of many higher alternatives in latest months, I have to say. Except for unimaginable surroundings, beautiful fish, and nice cinematography, these movies provide some actual thought-provoking stuff: philosophies of life, views on our place in nature, and the significance of passing on traditions.
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 should you do come across one thing nice that you just assume is worthy of inclusion in a future F5, please submit it within the feedback under, and we’ll have a look.
We kick issues off with a longish video about passing on the eagerness for fly fishing to the following technology. Shot on Montana’s Bighorn River, it’s a beautiful manufacturing with an essential message.
This one-minute video captures the magic of a fly-out journey to a small stream in Alaska’s Bristol Bay area, and it includes a killer mouse eat.
Persevering with with the philosophy theme, right here’s an awesome video a couple of group of anglers venturing into the unknown to discover a brand new tarpon fishery. What they discover is unimaginable.
Our English pal Matt Dunkinson follows a gaggle of guides on their time without work, as they chase grayling on a traditional chalkstream.
Washington’s Olympic Peninsula is a Mecca for individuals who love wild steelhead, and this video goes an extended technique to exhibiting why.
Extra attractive cinematography, nice fish, and philosophy of life, this time from British Columbia.
A bunch of French anglers traveled to New Zealand, and all I bought was this awful video. (Truly, it’s nice.)
I see so many “standard, standard” movies that I like to run into one thing bizarre and completely different. Right here’s a moody, inventive piece about fly-fishing the tropical flats. Bravo.
Simply in case you didn’t imagine that there are hardcore fly fishers in Iowa, try this video with an epic soundtrack.
There are some incredible hopper eats on this nice video from the Driftless Space. Simply what I would like on a 25-degree day.
Sure, it’s an advert, nevertheless it’s additionally an excellent take a look at casting for brook trout, lake trout, and landlocked salmon in Labrador.
This stunning movie from Trout Limitless focuses on the significance of volunteers working to guard their residence waters from the potential impacts of improvement.
The backcountry of New Zealand is just the stuff of desires.
We end up with a full episode of “The New Fly Fisher,” by which Colin and Invoice journey to Northeastern Ontario to attempt their hand at catching massive Northern Pike on a fly.