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Keep up to date with the Fly Fishing Channel with our Fly Fishing New Releases playlist which features all of the latest fly fishing movies, videos and TV shows available. Whether you're looking for fly fishing instructional videos, adventure films or documentaries this should be your first stop on Fishing TV. We feature content from all over the world, from the manicured chalk streams of England to the wilds of New Zealand, so you'll find every type of fly fishing here.  We regularly update Fishing TV with new fly fishing material so keep checking back here or sign up to our email newsletters for the latest fly fishing new releases.
French film maker and Hardy Pro, Gregory Dolet returns with his follow up film to Blue in Tuna on the Fly, with Patagonian Waters, a wonderful exploration of the remarkable fly fishing in Patagonia.  Here he travels to the Chilean Andes as a guest of Geoffray Begard and Jean Domange, who are establishing their new fly fishing lodge on the banks of the Rio Simpson. Its a stunning mid sized river with the incredible backdrop of the Andes, but it doesn't mean the fish are easy and Gregory has a tricky first day until spotting and perfectly stalking a truly magical Chilean Brown Trout. After fishing some of the smaller tributaries for the abundant brown and rainbow trout, Gregory tries his hand at the King Salmon which also reside in these emerald green waters. As you'd expect, big grasshopper patterns are the way to go for the trout, as the windswept steppes push these abundant terrestrials onto the water making for some electric dry fly fishing. This is a fantastic film with the same stunning cinematography as his previous venture and if you hadn't thought about putting Patagonia on your fly fishing bucket list, you certainly will after watching this. The film is primarily in French with English subtitles. To watch, just join or login now
The River
The AuSable River, Michigan is regarded by many as the one of the finest trout rivers in America. In this beautifully crafted film by Robert Thompson, we meet just a few of the anglers who have been captivated by its mystique, its legendary hatches and its fickle brown trout. We also meet some of the people who have devoted their lives to the preservation and conservation of the AuSable river as a truly wild fishery. Its history includes disputes over stocking and catch and release, the birth of Trout Unlimited and its battles with the large corporations over mineral rights and pollution. You can see why the river's devotees have been so passionate about taking care of such a special place, its hatches have become things of legend and folklore, the season opening "Hendrickson" mayfly quickly followed by the "Hex", attracting anglers from all over the world, hoping to hook a hungry, giant Brown Trout. To watch The River now, just login or join
In Spey Daze, award winning film maker Robert Thompson takes on the story of Steelhead in America's Great Lakes. He joins the fishing enthusiasts who revel in catching them and talks to some of the scientists and conservationists who are constantly working at maintaining their existence. Steelhead are a migratory form of Rainbow Trout that were introduced to the Great Lakes at the end of the 19th Century, around the time that the Atlantic Salmon, indigenous to Lake Ontario and the St Lawrence River were being catastrophically over fished. Their numbers are maintained by constant restocking, but there is an established population of 'wild' fish, particularly in Michigan and Ontario, that are regarded as the ultimate prize. The migratory nature of the fish, means they travel along the rivers and tributaries flowing into the lakes, to reach their spawning grounds, and so it's these journeys that present the angler with their opportunity. 'Stripping' the fly with a traditional trout fly rod works, but 'swinging' the fly with a two handed Spey rod seems to be the ultimate way to go, after all these are large fish that can grow to over a metre. To watch Spey Daze now, just login or join
In Summer Haze, acclaimed film maker Robert Thompson takes a long, indulgent look at the joys of fly fishing in warm water for predatory species such as Musky, Northern Pike and Smallmouth Bass. The Upper Mid West of America is widely regarded to have some of the best freshwater fishing to be found anywhere in the world, but until recently the cold water species of Trout and Salmon have been thought of as the ultimate target for fly anglers. This is changing and in Summer Haze we join some local guides and enthusiasts who are blazing the warm water trail. They share their thoughts and reasoning and its easy to see why this type of fly fishing has taken a hold on their hearts. Summer Haze has been beautifully shot and crafted by Robert Thompson, it is split into two parts, both nearly 2 hours in length, so if this doesn't satisfy your desire for warm water fly action, we don't know what will. To watch Summer Haze now, just login or join
In Kootenay Rockies Trout the Dimestore Fishermen team head over the state line into British Columbia, to the Kootenay Rockies, a beautiful mountain area with crystal clear, glacier fed rivers. Presenter D’Arcy Vandergucht joins very experienced guide John Wallace on the Bull River, where he dry flies with an ant pattern catching the very greedy Cutthroat Trout that are found in abundance here. Jim Hoey is on the Elk River also catching Cutthroats and taking time to explain how the regional authorities control access to the rivers in order to preserve the pristine condition that it's in. He then heads over to the Kootenay River where he hooks a very nice Bull Trout helped by local expert Jay Powers. To watch Kootenay Rockies Trout now, just login or register
Being born and bred in Calgary, Alberta host Jim Hoey grew up catching Bow River Rainbows. In deed he first started fishing on the river when he was 3 years old. So it's quite natural that his home stretch of water has featured regularly on the Dimestore Fishermen over the seasons. His go to companion and guide is Terry Johnson who has been expertly manoeuvring his boat 'The Office' up and down The Bow by oar for almost 22 years. This is a compilation of some of the trips they have made together, each time accompanied by a guest angler, who is lucky to have such an experienced pair on board showing how it is done. Needless to say we see plenty of hard fighting Bow River Rainbow Trout. To watch Bow River Rainbows now, just login or register
Black Hole Sockeye - Another episode from Paul's recent trip to the ATA Lodge on the Alagnak River in Alaska. Here he heads 4 miles up river with local guide Megan McGee to the Black Hole, named not because it is murkily deep, but because it is so full of holding Salmon that the shoal appears as a huge dark shadow under the water. And every variety you can think of seems to be here, the Pink Salmon, that only visits every two years, Chum, Chinooks and of course Sockeyes. The Sockeyes are probably the best for eating, so Paul saves one and Megan's brother Jacob shows how to grill it over a wood fire beside the river. To watch Black Hole Sockeye now, just login or register
In this first episode, Orvis guide, Tom Rosenbauer introduces the basics of fly fishing. From the origins of fly fishing to how inexpensive it is to get started, this video is a fantastic introduction for anyone deciding to give fly fly fishing a try. After discussing the basic tackle you'll need, Tom shows us some simple knots such as the Clinch Knot and Surgeons Knot that will allow you to set up your leader and attach a fly. Tom explains the Rod/Line Weight system which allows rods to be matched to the perfect line weight, ranging from 1 to 12, with 1 being the lightest and 12 the heaviest and details the kind of rods and lines you'll need for targetting different species in different environments. Orvis casting instructor, Pete Kutzer then demonstrates the fundamentals of fly casting with a single handed rod showing us the correct grip you need before learning the most commonly used cast, the Overhead Cast. Pete then shows us the Roll Cast, particularly useful when you have a restricted back cast, before discussing handling and shooting line. This episode is absolutely perfect for beginners to learn the basics of fly fishing. To watch, just login or register
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
Join Jon Haas aka "Hoss" as he goes Off the Grid, fishing in some of the worlds best, but remotest locations. His ethos is to try and support fisheries that operate in a sustainable manner, taking care of, or trying to reinvigorate their fish stocks. For example in Guatemala he visits the Rewa Eco lodge that allows their guest anglers to fish for Arapaima on the fly, on a catch and release basis, as this helps them tag and then monitor the seasonal movements of the fish, a project that has seen a massive increase in Arapaima numbers. Similarly in his native Oregon he is fly fishing for Winter Steelhead, attempting to catch a migratory brood hen that can be used by the hatchery project to produce thousands of new stock fish that are then safely released into the river system. Jon doesn't just fish in a location, he takes an interest in its culture and people, so giving the whole experience a meaningful context. To watch Hoss Off The Grid now, just login or register
Trout in a Box
Trout in a Box is a lovely short film by Stephen Haggard, who in the 1960's was a keen fisherman and was once given a taxidermied trout by his father as a birthday present. The case was  lovely, bow-fronted with a neat gold border. The inscription read; ‘TROUT - Gwendreath Fach Weight. 1lb 9ozs.’ The fins seemed full and youthful, the flank was gold with black and red spots, the back blue and olive. Sixteen inches long, it’s a very good trout, but hardly exceptional. But the angler so loved his little river, the Gwendreath Fach, that he memorialized what he believed was its best trout. It's important to note that he gave the trout immortality, but not his or herself, for there is no captor’s name on it. Our trout was caught on May 3rd 1914, so Stephen went to Wales in May of 2014 and fished the little river a hundred years to the day, to see if he could somehow duplicate the feat. And well, he certainly captured all the glory of the Welsh countryside in mid-Spring; Bluebells blaze under the glorious fresh green of beech leaves; the furrows of a recently-plowed field steam as the sun heats them; a young foal chases its mother in a daisy-studded meadow, birds sing, frogs call; and of course, lovely rivers and trout. Trout in a Box is a charming short film, with stunning Welsh countryside and a even a poem by Dylan Thomas! To watch just login or register
Wildfly brings you some of the best freshwater and saltwater fly fishing action from Africa and beyond, with a variety of incredible challenges and adventures. The team target a wide mixture of species from the stunning Blue Tigerfish from Tanazania, to Largemouth and Smallmouth Yellowfish in South Africa to Triggerfish and Giant Trevally in the Seychelles. The Wildfly team are expert fly anglers and bring the action thick and fast whilst the drone and underwater photography really shows off  some of the most incredible and beautiful fly fishing locations you're likely to find anywhere. To watch, just login or register


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