Welcome to our latest edition of the Orvis News Friday Fly-Fishing Film Festival, made up of the best videos from around the world. This week, we serve up fourteen great videos, covering everything from trout fishing in Argentina to steelhead magic in British Columbia to Spain’s incredible Pyrenees.
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See you next week with a fresh set of films!
We kick things off with the latest release by Todd Moen, of Catch Magazine, which follows a group of anglers on a float down Argentina’s famed Limay River.
Here’s the winning video from the 4th Annual Charleston Angler GoPro Film Festival hosted by The Charleston Angler, summing up one angler’s adventures fly fishing over the last two years.
Wading up a small mountain stream for native brook trout is my favorite kind of fly fishing, and this video from Virginia captures the experience beautifully.
Here’s a gorgeous video about casting for the big, strong steelhead that have made the Skeena River a dream destination for many anglers.
If you like ’em short and sweet, this trailer for an Italian video about fly-fishing in Ireland is right up your alley. Guinness!
This gorgeous black-and-white video from Chile is simply great eye-candy.
Here’s an entire day of casting for redfish on the Texas coast, boiled down to just two minutes.
We don’t often get videos featuring tiger trout, so I post ’em when I can!
This video is too long, but it does a great job capturing the landscape of the Low Country and the magic of chasing redfish in the marshes off South Carolina.
The Spanish Pyrenees is one of my favorite destinations for fly fishing, and I think you’ll see why in this video.
Here’s some of the sweetest Tenkara footage you’ve ever seen.
Watching a young girl catch her very first trout on a dry fly will have you feeling like a kid again.
We finish up with a full-length episode of “Reel Fishy Jobs,” shot at a lodge in Terrace, British Columbia. Fun stuff!