Published Aug 18. 2012 - 7 years ago
Updated or edited Jun 2. 2019


I am not a religious man, and i never have been. however, in recent years I find myself pondering what it is exactly that people find so fulfilling in their faith; something that no-one has yet been able to elucidate for me. Similarly, I have great difficulty in attempting to find words to describe my passion, no, my obsession, for fish and catching them on a fly. It occurs to me that perhaps they are not all that different; a belief in a higher power, and a need to chase fish. We all go to a sacred alter when we can, be it a four-walled structure or a clean flowing river in search of something that sets us free, that allows us to see a greater good in the world, beauty for beauty's sake, a connection to all that is right in the world. This video is meant as a visual description of my church.

Martin Joergensen


Pretty cool watching...

Pretty cool watching someone else do well in a lot of my own personal favorite spots across MT and Yellowstone. Well done and cool footage

Why we flyfish/tye,h...

Why we flyfish/tye,huh now that's a question for the ages,I fly fish for all reasons,catch big fish,the wonder of nature,the color of the fish,the 1 on 1 challenge of the fish,& just to enjoy the outdoors,&what time we have on earth.


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