Published Dec 14. 2016 - 4 years ago
Updated or edited Sep 6. 2018

Engler

Mark Engler's been a Colorado fly fishing guide for decades, and has been guiding Northern pike fishing trips up and down the Rio Grande throughout his career - all in pursuit of the biggest fish in the Four Corners. Watch more films from YETI: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s3aYTUQ8w10&list=PLT6IyUkzp1o2G2YHBFRsUD...
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Film credits:
Production Co: Talweg Creative
Directors: Ryan Heffernan and Grayson Schaffer
Camera: Kahlil Hudson and Grayson Schaffer
Producers: Gillian Brassil and Anna Callaghan
Editor: Kahlil Hudson
Music: Doug Major

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In this YETI Presents video, hop into Mark Engler's boat for some legendary fishing stories with the veteran fly fisherman who practically invented fly fishing for pike.

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