Published Feb 16. 2016 - 4 years ago
Updated or edited Sep 21. 2018

Fly Fishing England - Buckingham Trout

When I was invited by Tim Rajeff, of Rajeff Sports, to film on England’s River Esk and the historic chalk stream, River Avon, I could not resist. This is the birthplace of dry fly fishing, an area of rich traditions and history, from the sword to the modern fly rod. On this trip, I met up with Tim's colleagues from Airflo, spey casters Richard Wothers and Gareth Jones. Fishing in the shadow of castles and in brilliant green pastures, these anglers stalk and catch grayling, rainbow and brown trout, all feasting on mayflies. This film highlights the history and sacred rules of England’s famous dry fly fishing heritage. Thanks to Airflo, Patagonia and Rajeff Sports for making this film happen. It was, for me, a religious experience and one I'll never forget.
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Pulled from the Catch Magazine Vault - Shot and edited December 2012 for Catch Magazine.

Camera and Edit by Todd Moen.
Special thanks to friends Gareth Jones http://www.AirFloFishing.com and Tim Rajeff http://www.RajeffSports.com

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*Camera Information*
- Panasonic Ag-160a

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Martin Joergensen
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