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Trout Grass

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Summers trailer...

This is a trailer for a piece about Michigan bamboo rod maker Bob Summers. The piece covers a little of Bob's history as a rod maker, starting from his days with Paul Young but also focusing on his relationship with George Griffith (founder of TU) as they were fishing buddies for 25+ years on the AuSable.

"Summer" and the full version of "The Brothers Brown" will be special features on "The River" dvd...a full 2 hour feature on the past, present and future of the AuSable due for release April 2014/

Winston Rod Co., The Art of Bamboo ...
The Art of Bamboo, A Winston Tradition Since 1929

Each Winston bamboo fly rod takes up to two years to complete. Join us for a rare look behind the doors of Winston and get a firsthand look at what it takes to build the finest bamboo fly rods in the world.
MAKERS: Aaron Bamboo Fly Rods
Short documentary highlighting Aaron Bamboo Fly Rods, a one man shop making high end custom bamboo fly rods in Portland, Oregon.
Christening a cane rod

One of the great things about making cane rods is getting to fish with the rods new owner.
When the new owner is a friend and a very good fisherman so much the better.

Upland Waters

A few days fly fishing on some remote small streams in Mid Wales. The weather slowly improved as did the fishing. For more information on fishing in mid Wales visit http://wyeuskfoundation.org/ For information on hand planed hollow built split cane fishing rods please take a look at
http://splitcane.co.uk/

Overgrown
Fly fishing for wild brown Trout on an English Stream. The story of an evening well spent on my favourite overgrown little stream. Armed with a 4' 8" split cane rod and a few mayfly patterns. The sun made filming some shots hard on my own and forgot to lock the exposure a couple of times.