This free short film follows Madeleine Hogg as she is introduced to fly fishing by her father Andrew. Narrated by Madeleine herself, this heart warming film is a fantastic reminder of how important it is to introduce children to nature and what a great medium fly fishing can be to do that. With an beautiful accompanying original soundtrack, this is a great way to spend 10 minutes and reflect and remind yourself how you got into this fantastic sport.Mermaids is a film that celebrates the relationship between nature and children: two components that our world relies on working together for the future. If our children understand and respect the world we have been given then it will be in good hands for generations to come.
Watch Don and Dale Freschi as they present some amazing fly fishing action from British Columbia and beyond. This show is great for novice and experienced fly anglers as the Freschi brothers present tactics, location and techniques as well as some nice fly tying sequences in each epsiode of their killer patterns. 13 episode series.
Where The Yellowstone Goes
Where the Yellowstone Goes follows a 30-day drift boat journey down the longest un-dammed river in the contiguous United States. Intimate portraits of locals in both booming cities and dusty, dwindling towns along the Yellowstone River, illustrate the history and controversies surrounding this enigmatic watershed leading to questions about its future. Connect with colourful characters, get lost in the hypnotic cast of a fly rod, and experience silhouetted moments of fireside stories on this heartfelt river adventure.
Bluefin Tuna on the Fly
Having travelled the world chasing fish, the people in this film believed that they had experienced the very best of what fly fishing has to offer. But then the long absent bluefin tuna returned to the waters off the coast of the France's Pays Basque. Catching bluefin tuna on the fly would turn out to be the best of all.
If you've ever fancied tying your own fly but were put off by tricky knots and thread whipping skills, this free series from Paul Gaskell and John Pearson is just what you need. As well as sharing their own early trials (learning the hard way!), the pair show you some great hacks they found which makes the feared "whip finish" knot a piece of cake.
Learn the techniques and subtleties of Kebari, Tenkara fly-tying. Tenkara is similar to western fly fishing in many respects, in particular in its use of hand tied flies. Find out how each of the classic Tenkara flies is created, and give them a try on your local river.
Fiona Armstrong hosts an Atlantic Salmon conservation panel discussion with Guy Edwards from Salmon and Trout Conservation, Deirdre Brennan, Director and Producer of Atlantic Salmon: Lost at Sea, and Anne Woodcock from FishPal, with questions submitted by members of the public. Topics include predator numbers, what happens to salmon once they leave the rivers and head to sea, and what anglers can do to help save this iconic species. A fascinating discussion for anyone who loves these remarkable fish.
Una – The One
Una - the One is a powerful documentary about the 'holy river' of Bosnia-Herzogovina, the Una. This river, which the Romans found so beautiful that they named it 'The One', is home to a remarkable diversity of habitats, and an equally large diversity of fish species, including brown trout, grayling and hucho, also known as the danube salmon. These fish, which are more or less unique to the region, can grow to astonishing sizes and present a challenge to any fly angler.But like many rivers in Europe, the shadow of a proposed damming project, which would dramatically alter the river's flow, looms large, and with this one of the last unadulterated hucho habitats in the world is under threat. Can a group of passionate anglers save the river from irreparable damage?
June 23rd 2018 was the first ever, World Fishing Day. With anglers worldwde getting involved, his 24hr show features the live action from the 22 locations worldwide that participated. We start the day in New Zealand, Australia, Norway and Japan before heading through Africa, Europe and over to the US and Canada. Many different fish were targeted in some of the best fishing locations around using numerous techniques.The show also features a special 8hr live Carp Wars match starring Harry Pratt, Lee Morris, Iain Macmillan and Dave Levy. There's something for all anglers in this amazing live broadcast all now available to watch at your leisure for free.
The cold winter months of the salmon and trout close season can leave many anglers chomping at the bit, including Rae. So he's heading to the Norfolk Broads to try his hand at some winter fishing that's growing in popularity: pike on the fly. But being a novice, he's enlisted the help of local girl and pike fishing specialist Jo Stephenson to show him the ropes.
A cinematic celebration of fly fishing on the river Gaula, one of Europe's last wild salmon rivers. The film features outstanding cinematography including aerial views and spectacular underwater footage of spawning salmon. Let yourself be mesmerised by the beauty of the River of Silver & Gold over the course of the season.
There are Tarpon fishing films, and then there are tarpon fishing films. This is definitely the latter. Two guys - Daniel Göz and Jan Bach Kristensen - venture far off the beaten track in Central America on a quest for giant tarpon, caught on the fly from float tubes.The adventure unfolds as the catch of a lifetime is documented with incredible footage of exhilarating close-up fights with giant tarpon, breathtaking scenery and wildlife as well as interaction with the locals.- Drake Film Festival “Best Fishing” 2010 - Les Farios - Pêches Sportives outstanding Cinematography 2011 - 5Point Film Festival “Best Submission” 2011 - Cannes Corporate Media and TV Awards 2011 Silver Winner “Adventure & Travel”
Mending the Line
A stunningly moving film about 90-year-old World War II veteran Frank Moore returning to Normandy, some 70 years after he first went there as a part of the US Army in 1944, this time with a very different goal: to catch a salmon from the Normandy stream that he once crossed as a soldier.Fishing evokes all kinds of emotions - joy, frustration, elation to name just three - but this film is about more than fishing: it is about tenacity, and how even the terrors of war can't quash that part of an angler's soul that leaps when they see a new stretch of water. It is about remembrance, and how even the bleakest times can give rise to something truly special.In this instance, the feelings that fishing brings to the surface are ones of admiration, astonishment even, at the strength of the human spirit, and the power of fishing to help people through even the darkest times.Above all this is a study of the eternal, unconditional love that is shared by Frank and his wife Jeanne, and the strength that this gives them both.
CHALK – Bedrock of Fly Fishing
FishingTV Exclusive. The Test. The Itchen. Broadlands. Mottisfont. Halford. Skues. Sawyer. The names associated with the chalkstreams of England are among the most noteworthy in the world of fly fishing. CHALK is a fly fishing film about the past present and future of the chalkstreams of England.We meet the people who continue to fish and care for these storied rivers, while learning about the techniques that Halford, Skues and Sawyer invented. In addition to visiting the famous rivers and beats, we also travel to some lesser-known rivers.CHALK is a thoughtful examination of why the chalkstreams of England are probably the most important rivers in the history and development of fly fishing. From the geology that created the rivers and their abundant plant and animal life - including the legendary mayfly hatch - to the characters past, present and future who make these rivers unique, this is the definitive chalkstream fly fishing film. The film celebrates the rivers while also drawing attention to the threats and challenges facing these fragile environments.CHALK features some of the most recognisable names and faces in the UK fly fishing world, including Marina Gibson, Alex Jardine, Steve Cullen, Glen Pointon and Charles Rangeley Wilson, as well as anglers from all over the world, CHALK has changed the game for how fly fishing films should be made. The expert voices and thoughtful voiceover complement the stunning cinematography, combining to tell the story of these precious waterways that have shaped a sport.CHALK was created by FishingTV, independent filmmakers aka Chalkstream Fly, and fly fishing writer Simon Cooper. Members of the international fly fishing community helped to fund the production, setting CHALK apart from other films about the sport.A must-watch for all fly fishers the world over.