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Coffee Break on the Yukon River - after losing the cooking equipment
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Looking for Grayling - the picture was taken 1992 at the Big Salmon River in Canada
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Michael Smith AKA Rybolov
Michael Smith is a computer security geek living in the Washington, DC area. During the work day, he designs security monitoring systems. By night and weekends, he aspires to catch every fish within 200 miles of "The Beltway".
June 29th 2006
South Patagonia on a Budget - The Rivers
A tour de Budget to one of the world's roughest and most famous parts when it comes to steak, emus, sea trout and the biggest pumped-up rainbows you can imagine. Follow the Lithuanian gung-ho team from planning to river fishing to Jurrasic Lake.
December 12th 2008
The Super Pupa
With such a name a fly has to be good. And this one is. The Super Pupa is a killer pattern! Different, simple to tie, and very efficient.
July 21st 2013
Heart of the Driftless
Another extremely beautiful video from Robert Thompson. Driftless has nothing to do with the drift of a fly, but with glacial traces - glacial drift - in this case in southwestern Wisconsin. The DVD also features the portrait of a punk band that has a common passion: fly-fishing in the form of the video Reverb. Chuck full of great footage. 2½ hours altogether.
May 26th 2012
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