• "Watching Before Casting"

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    Sight-fishing can be exciting. While often dismissed by anglers because "our waters aren't clear like in New Zealand" or "our trout aren't monsters like in New Zealand" or many other excuses, the truth is that for 1/2 the season in many locations sight-fishing is applicable. You only need 2 feet of visibility and water reading knowledge to know where to look - and most certainly you'll find some of the larger trout in any water.
    This fish was barely rising. Had we simply stayed in the water, we might well have spooked it. A low population stream like many brown trout waters, it rarely pays to rely simply on risers. So, up on the bank and look, watch, and observe.
    Once located, sure, you can fire off a cast and catch the fish, but after a while of playing pitch & catch with trout the value is truly found in observing what it does, how it relates to food and structure or perceived threats, those kinds of things. And that's what made this trout so incredibly special to watch before casting... everything worked out as it often does because of a little allowance of time & space and presenting what needed to be presented, where and how. Show less
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  • Advanced Tactics Play all

    Our ongoing series of "How-To" & Tactical fly fishing video shorts. We fish in a lot of locations and situations that sometimes stretch the usual tactics. We share how we do some different things in order to catch & land trout.
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    We began this series fall, 2015 as a means to share some of the more subtle aspects of fly fishing, to put you in the front seat of those moments. This series has longer videos with stronger sense of place, other people we fish with, destinations, and how-to.
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  • FEATURES Play all

    Some of our favorite videos through the years :)
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    Each year we fly fish 2 - 3 months in New Zealand. We're sharing some of our favorite moments from New Zealand here, including some older video efforts.
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    Alberta is home to diverse rivers, streams, and creeks. In this play list we share videos shot & inspired on the fly fishing of our home province in Canada
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