As soon as you start watching the Fishing Cabin, you know that you're in for a different kind of fishing series. Presented by twin brothers, Asmundur and Gunnar Helgason, aka Asi and Gunni, the series follows them around the angling mecca that is Iceland and experiencing the best fishing the country has to offer. This largely involves fly fishing of course which is something that the pair are quite at home with, but there's a couple of sea fishing episodes too where the pair are quite obviously a little out of their depth but eager to learn. The main Icelandic fish species are all represented here including Atlantic Salmon, Brown Trout, Arctic Char, Cod and Saithe. You won't find too many in depth tips and tactics or tuition in this series, its much more about the love of fishing that these larger than life brothers have and the obvious enjoyment and fun they have in fishing together. The scenery, as you'd expect from anything in Iceland is breathtaking and there's plenty to enjoy from a fishing point of view too, but most of all just watching these two fishing together is more than enough to keep anyone entertained. To watch just login or join
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.
In Pursuit Of Carpiness
Watch carp fishing superstars, Mark Pitchers and Harry Charrington, as they leave the U.K and set off on the mother of all fishing road trips.... In Pursuit of Carpiness. This epic, near 3hr film kicks off in Slovenia where Mark comes face to face with his worst nightmare. The next leg of their journey takes them transatlantic to the Big Apple where they visit what is undoubtedly the most famous urban park on the planet and soon discover the true meaning of love! With New York done they hit the road once again and head off to their next destination where they celebrate the 4th of July in the carpiest way possible. Then things take an unexpected twist, go off piste and this little adventure becomes a great big one.
Avington Trout Fishery in Hampshire, UK, is renowned amongst fly anglers as the home of giant trout. Situated near the world-famous chalk stream, the River Itchen, the fishery was founded in the 1960s by former NASA scientist, Sam Holland, who had a unique vision to create a fishery full of large trout. The three lakes and carrier stream he built benefit from being chalk stream fed, and the water clarity in the lakes is therefore incredible. Fishing there successfully requires a stealthy approach, seeking out and stalking the leviathan trout that reside there. Nearly 50 years old, the fishery is a mature and beautiful haven for wildlife and a special place to spend a day fishing. Over the years, Avington has been fished by thousands of anglers and has been THE venue for fly anglers to try and potentially catch a UK record trout. Four years in the making, this amazing film charts the story of Avington Trout Fishery and shows off Avington in all its glory. Stunning underwater photography, some fantastic fishing action and of course some very big fish make this a must watch! To watch just login or register
The Tuition with Iain Macmillan
In this hour and half film one of the UK's top carp fishing coaches Ian MacMillan shares his wealth of knowledge on carp fishing. Filmed at a private syndicate lake, known to hold stunning carp, there's no better looking instructional film available. Ian covers all the topics that he gets asked about most often, from spooling a reel to fish handling and care. With several fish in the net over the course of the film, there's a great mix of hints and tips and fishing action.
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