Published Aug 29. 2012 - 9 years ago
Updated or edited Oct 2. 2018

High in the Lowlands

Fly Fishing For Snook, Tarpon, and Redfish in the Everglades. In the past, Dave and I tried hard to get people excited about fly fishing. Our goal was to make the audience feel what we feel every time we head out on the flats. The final result was a high action, high intensity, visual montage with hard hitting music to convey the emotion. Needless to say, it got lots of anglers out there fired up, and it was a blast to create! But then there were the nay-sayers, the grumps that didn't like what we were doing to their sport, didn't like the attitude, and called our films porn. Great! Everybody has to start somewhere and lots of folks in Hollywood began in the porn industry. Dave and I didn't go to school for film, we barely knew how to run a camera when we started, but we were tired of the same old crap that failed to communicate what fishing was really about to us. So, we tried harder than we've ever tried at anything to make films that showed how much fun you can have with a fly rod living the life of a saltwater fish bum.

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