Published Jul 1. 2015 - 5 years ago
Updated or edited Oct 13. 2018


Steelhead Fly Fishing Movie, 28 minutes long. Filmed in Washington and Oregon in the Pacific Northwest. Jeff Layton of is the main character but he has a couple of friends along for the journey. This movie is about swinging flies for Steelhead.

Martin Joergensen


A net perhaps?...

Might you guys invest in a net, as opposed to beating the crap out of theses fish on the rocks?

A net perhaps?...

You handel the fish reasonably well, so I'm puzzled as to why you don't use a net. Much of the damage to the fish is done while they thrash themselves on rock just prior to tailing them. Using a high quality net with a Thermoplastic rubber net bag, is a true measure of caring and respect for the fish. Please accept this in the spirt it's given. Tight Lines, Dan


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