Cleaning your fly line is an essential task that ensures your floating line lasts longer, shoots further, and floats higher. It is a simple thing to do, and we have produced this great video to show you the best way of cleaning your line. Click Here to watch Part 1. Once you have […]
Presenting “Truchón!” This destination angling film set in Chilean Patagonia is all about saving up, stepping out of the regular routine and immersing yourself in the capable hands of Cinco Ríos Lodge! Below The Canopy & Anglers All Present: Truchon! from Below The Canopy Media on Vimeo. Filmed in the Spring of 2017, […]
In this short video created for the Fly Fishing Film Tour, we travel to Guatemala to fly fish for sailfish and marlin in some of the most productive bluewater fishing grounds in the world. Bluewater: Fly Fishing for Sailfish and Marlin Video from Beattie Productions | OTGStudios on Vimeo. You can also watch […]
A total of 35 films were entered into this year’s RAFFFA competition, of which ten made it to the Grand Final. Last month we asked you vote for your favorite film and let us know why you think it should win. “Lucky” and “Why We Fish” got the majority of your votes. “Lucky” […]
The highly anticipated second series of New Zealand’s only fly fishing TV show – PURE FLY NZ. New Zealand reigns supreme as the ultimate fly fishing destination, capturing the imagination of anglers across the globe. Extensively exploring both the North & South Island the series flows through a collection of adventures that capture the […]
Join Donnie Vincent as he fly fishes the flooded Kenai River in Alaska. From giant coho salmon to an encounter with some grizzly bears.
Discover how Chris Verbiski has managed to bring this river back to life and how he has teamed up with Fisheries and Oceans Canada to do one of the most promising research programs for Atlantic Salmon. Respect Your River : Presented By LOOP TACKLE from HOOKÉ on Vimeo. Chris Verbiski: “The advantage of doing […]
In this film, RIO ambassador Rob Parkins explains the advantages of fishing a dry fly upstream, and talks about the correct angles to cast the fly so as to reduce drag and not spook fish. Rob also explains the importance of keeping a tight line when fishing this way, and ends the film by catching […]
Alaska’s Alagnak River is a place where there are no roads. A place where the weather does what it wants. A place where humans are no longer the apex predator. The life of a guide on this river is one of resourcefulness, persistence and dedication.
Well known European industry figure Francesco di Bene is looking for tackle manufacturers to help produce a series of films promoting fly fishing. Di Bene, Design Director for Italian rods company Airrus, shot his first film during a visit to Patagonia and hopes to use it as a ‘showreel’ to get manufacturers involved. The film […]