Here’s a wonderful piece of film by Lee Wulff demonstrating how a floatplane can offer an angler access to exceptional waters. As the person who posted this on YouTube explains:
Wings for an Angler with Lee Wulff was on 16mm, some what torn up when I got it from J. Frey in 1980’s. I transferred to VHS and found it last year. Now here is the seaplane fishing film, some what chopped up. This is the only copy that I know of.
There’s lots of great footage of leaping Atlantic salmon, and wait until you see the brookie that Wulff’s 10-year-old son Alan catches! (Hat tip: Moldy Chum.)
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Great fly fishing films by the legendary LW….am orig. from Nfld Canada where he many times fished for unbelievable eastern brook trout and Atlantic salmon…have always regretted that I never went to Labrador to fly fish….fished mostly on Avalon Peninsula in Southern Shore area which I loved very much….May he Rest in Peace and continue to fish in that great trout stream or pond in the heavens…..Regards…..BeeCee.