The Orvis Guide to Fly Fishing is fantastic tuition based series introducing the fundamentals of fly fishing for all kinds of species, in all kinds of waters. Its purpose is simple: to demystify fly fishing, make it fun and clearly demonstrate it is both accessible and affordable to anglers. Author and Orvis pro, Tom Rosenbauer hosts the series and provides in depth instruction on numerous different fly fishing situations in both fresh and saltwater. The series sees Tom visit some stunning fly fishing locations across the USA meeting up with local guides and experts and fishing some magnificent water. As well as traditional fly caught species like trout and salmon, Tom also shows us how to fish for species like Bass, Pike, Musky and Carp. 2 saltwater episodes show how us how to fish for shallow water species like bonefish and bigger offshore species like Dorado and Tuna. Each episode gives a great rundown on the gear and tackle you'll need for each situation and is full of handy tips to get the most out of each trip. Orvis Casting Instructor, Pete Kutzer provides some excellent casting tutorials introducing every kind of cast you'll need. The Orvis Guide to Fly Fishing is excellent for beginners and novices but there's plenty too for the more experienced fly angler to enjoy and learn from. To watch just login or register
Casting and Strategy
A comprehensive look at the use of double-handed fly rods, examining how factors like the size of the river, weather and the surroundings influence the type of tackle, technique and tactics that fly fishers might use. Covering everything from the basic physics of casting to various types of casting action, plus tips for things like long-distance casting or casting in confined spaces, this is a great guide for beginners and improvers alike.
For many the Atlantic Salmon is the ultimate fly fishing quarry, and that might be, in part at least, down the the fact that the reasons a salmon takes a fly remain mysterious. Despite this, there are some tried and tested techniques that seem to work all over the world. Nils Jørgensen, a Danish fisherman now living in Iceland, talks us through some of his preferred methods. His deep knowledge of the habits and quirks of salmon behaviour, coulped with his clear explanations of the movement of the fly in the water make for an engaging and informative series. Filmed in Iceland's clear waters, we get to see what Nils is describing, which sets this apart from other instructional films.
Blue Charm is brought to you by Ian Gordon, a former world champion Spey Caster and very experienced salmon fisherman. He learned his trade on the River Spey, the home of Speycasting, and is considered one of the leading salmon fishing coaches in the world. In this feature length film Ian covers every aspect of fly fishing for salmon fishing in Scotland, including Speycasting instruction (single and double), fly tying, watercraft, history. He fishes some of the most well known rivers, including the Spey (naturally), the Dee and the Findhorn. A more comprehensive look at salmon fishing in Scotland you could not hope to find. You can find out more about Ian Gordon and his hosted salmon fishing trips on his website To watch Blue Charm, just login or register
Lefty Kreh was a walking talking encyclopedia of fly fishing knowledge and in this film, he reveals a treasure trove of useful fly fishing tips which will help beginners, novices and more experienced fly anglers alike. Lefty covers everything you could imagine in this film, from selecting rods to dealing with knots in your line when playing fish, to the importance of sharpening your hooks. Lefty Kreh demystifies fly fishing and explains exactly why he does what he does. Even if you do many of these things already, there's almost certainly some things here that will improve your fly fishing performance. To watch this film, login or register
If you looking to learn to fly fish, this is a great series for you. The variety of waters and conditions that trout anglers can find themselves in is almost infinite, so having the right knowledge and skills is essential to give the best chance of hooking a fish. Steve Cullen heads up a team of expert anglers who run through what you need to know to catch trout on the fly on stillwaters and rivers. The series touches on topics as varied as how to make sure you're covering the water properly and the most effective way to use different flies, plus a few more unusual tips, hints and tricks from some of the most knowledgeable fly fishermen out there.
Nick Hart is a full-time fly fishing instructor who will help you get the most from the sport through his Fly Fishing School series, made exclusively for FishingTV. His guiding and tuition is extensive throughout all aspects of fly fishing, both home and abroad. Nick Hart's Fly Fishing School is a fly fishing series intended to both inspire and instruct as he passes on the basics of fly fishing techniques and methods with infectious enthusiasm.
Fly Fishing For Trout is brought to you by Barry and Cathy Beck who have been teaching and inspiring people to fly fish for over 40 years. This 70 min film is aimed at the beginner fly angler and takes us through fly casting, tackle, clothing, fly selection and setting up plus the right tactics to help you get started on your fly fishing journey. Barry also demonstrates how to cover fish, hook and correctly fight and release them. Barry and Cathy Beck live in Pensylvannia, a state rich in excellent trout streams and they have a wealth of knowledge to help you start river fly fishing for trout. This film is in Standard Definition To watch, just login or register now
This is a movie about fishing the dry fly. We join Morten Oeland on a number of trips to different waters in Denmark, Greenland, Germany, New Zealand and Swedish Lapland. We take a close look as he finds the insects the trout are feeding on, and when he chooses the right imitation in every situation. With underwater cameras we go beneath the surface for a closer look at fish, flies and insects from a brand new perspective. The recordings for this film have taken several years to complete. The movie is instructive, inspiring and well filmed with lots of good spirits, fishing action and great catches.
In this movie we cover in detail many different challenges the flyfisher faces. We have travelled to amazing rivers and lakes to find the best conditions to demonstrate nymph fishing. We join Morten Oeland as he demonstrates how to handle many different situations. We take a detailed look at the naturals and Morten shows us practical fishing with his best imitations. As in the previous movie we have placed underwater cameras in the areas as we fish and thereby gained a unique insight into the behavior of the fish. The movie is a journey into the magic world of flyfishing, with great fish and intense sceneries. A combination of excitement, experiences, the joy of flyfishing and facts about fish and flies.
This film is about flyfishing from the beach. We have deployed underwater cameras on the same locations we fish, gaining a unique insight into the underwater world of the sea trout. The cameras have caught schools of sea trout, prey and the current’s effect on the fishing. Stunning underwater photography shows the sea trout in its natural habitat, with the help of impressive clips by underwater photographer Lars Laursen. Through the underwater footage and two very experienced fishermen we gain new knowledge about the sea trout’s secrets. We have joined Claus Eriksen and Thomas Hansen on several fishingtrips during all four seasons on different locations. They share their wealth of knowledge in numerous tips and advice. With great catches, new knowledge and entertaining situations, this is a movie you have to watch over and over again.
Fly fishing for bass is presented by two American fly fishing legends and good friends, Lefty Kreh and Bob Clouser. In mid summer when the water levels are lower and the water clearer, you'l find the perfect conditions to pick up the fly rod and try for smallmouth or largemouth bass. As Lefty and Bob explain, the fly rod can sometimes offers some distinct advantages over lure gear, particularly in presenting the fly accurately in small gaps between lily pads. They talk through their preferred rods, lines, leaders and flies including the world famous 'Lefty's Deceiver'. Next the guys discuss the retrieves they use for bass including Bob's 'Susquehanna Strip' which he believes hugely increases his catch rate. This excellent film is a treasure trove of useful tips and tactics to help you succeed when fly fishing for bass from two of the most knowledgable fly anglers that have ever lived. To watch this film, just login or register
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