Christmas Movie Theater

MERRY CHRISTMAS,

from all of us at Dally’s Ozark Fly Fisher. We put together this little collection of videos for your Christmas entertainment: whether you want to escape the washing up, or gang of young ‘uns with noisy toys, or just chill out before an afternoon nap

Enjoy.

     27-year-old Camille Egdorf, arguably the top female fly angler in the industry, attributes her success to a childhood spent helping run her parents’ salmon camp in remote Alaska. Brought to you by YETI. Check out great gifts for the wild men and women in your life at http://www.YETI.com.

 

 

Late autumn of 2015 we traveled to remote Russian wilderness for taimen fishing and film making for the first time. We had kinda plan and scenery prepared before we left. But all went upside down when we reached this wild place and saw the river with extremely high water level and continuous bad weather. It made our fishing and filming really tough. How ever we caught a few nice taimen got them on camera and had great experience. But that was not enough for the film we planed. So we decided to go back in 2016 again.
So this year we went back again with group of anglers and other plans for scenery. We were really hoping for nice water level and good fishing this time. So the idea was to compare fishing in bad conditions from last year and fishing in more friendly conditions this year… And bang! Here we go again! The river is blown out even more then last year! Mental break down, tough conditions, hard fishing, vodka and all game changes again.
So the project “Expedition Taimen” is about our two trips while exploring Russian wilderness in the search for taimen. Black Fly Eyes

 

 

Tuna busting bait and big surface eats, what more do you want. Riccardo Radice

 

 

It’s round two for Mighty Mouse and our fishing adventures in Western Alaska on the Aniak River. We were welcomed once again by accommodating guides at Aniak River Lodge, and an incredible Alaska fishery. Mousing really offers the best in trout fishing. You have amazing top water takes that vary from “dry fly” sips to voracious explosions. With barbless hooks, you really have to be on your toes to keep these Leopard Rainbows on. A head shake and the wrong angle can easily result in that sinking feeling when the line goes limp. Then ten minutes later, the elation rises again with another mouse take. It’s the best kind of emotional roller coaster _  Fly Out Media

 

Unless a tree has borne blossoms in spring, you will vainly look for fruit on it in fall. -Walter Scott _ LIVITFILMS

Urban fly fishing for toothy predators dig it.

Some footage of two days of flyfishing in the Dutch polder waters. Still having fun catching pike in shallow water on the fly rod. Willem Romeijn

From the incomparable Todd Moen

I want to share a special project that I’m working on with my wife Kelley and producer Karen Hall. We are making a 20-minute women’s fly fishing film called River of Life.

It’s not just a film with women fly fishing. This project was inspired by the program, Casting for Recovery. We are filming 3 women with breast cancer fly fishing in some stunning locations in the Pacific Northwest, and sharing their reflections on life, fly fishing and the environment.

Please click the link to learn more about the story of River of Life and how you can help. igg.me/at/river-of-life/x/13695743

https://vimeo.com/o2natos