Published May 20. 2021 - 2 months ago

Behind the scenes at the Airflo factory

I traveled to the UK with a buddy of mine, Tim Rajeff, to create a short film about how Airflo fly fishing lines are created in the U.K. We met two friends, Richard Wothers and Gareth Jones, at Airflo's fly line factory in Brecon, United Kingdom. It was an amazing experience getting to spend a week at the facility and see exactly how these little masterpieces are created. In this film, enjoy following Airflo's Production Manager Richard Wothers for a behind-the-scenes look into the development and production of Airflo fly lines. We spent time at the factory, plus much time with Richard on the water, while he explained Airflo's patented materials and processes. Enjoy!
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Pulled from the Catch Magazine Vault - Shot and edited December 2012 for Catch Magazine.
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Camera and Edit by Todd Moen.
Special thanks to friends Gareth Jones https://www.airflofishing.com/our-people.html
Tim Rajeff http://www.RajeffSports.com

*Camera Information*
- Panasonic Ag-160a

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Martin Joergensen
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