Published May 4. 2011 - 9 years ago
Updated or edited Oct 9. 2018

Steelhead Dreams

A very nice documentary style project about a mother, father and daughter growing up in the back country of British Columbia. 34 years later the mother/daughter team are still working harder than ever operating a world class Steelhead Lodge in Norhtern B.C.

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Submitter: 
Martin Joergensen

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Am new to fly fishin...

Am new to fly fishing and planning our first trip with my son and grandson to the North Shore of Lake Superior in Minnesota. I really enjoyed this video!! Am doing my best to tie flies. My grandson (8 years old) showed me the basics and continues to monitor my progress. Looking forward to more of your videos. Obrigadissimo!! Thanks a million!

Its a very pleasure ...

Its a very pleasure to see your two videos. I don't know stelhead, i fish salmon only in europe. ongratulations and kind regards. John Peter in France.

I truly did enjoy th...

I truly did enjoy this video-The fish, the scenery, the rivers,the ladies and the story that was told were all wonderful to watch and enjoy.
Thank You for your work.
Sincerly.

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