Tag Archives: iceland

Video: Behind the Scenes of “Tributaries,” a Fly-Fishing Film


Written by: Phil Monahan

Last July, we introduced you to a film project by RC Cone called “Tributaries.” Cone described the project as “a journey to uncover the commonality among different cultures, people and. . .

Read More  »

Photo Essay: Amazing Brown Trout and Salmon Fishing in Iceland


Written by: Phil Monahan

The Laxardalur beat on the Laxa River is probably the best beat for good sized browns in the whole country.
All photos courtesy Icelandic Fly Fishermen

Ingo Helgason of Icelandic Fly Fishermen sent me these beautiful photos from the past few months, along with a note: . . .

Read More  »

Photo Essay: Shooting “Tributaries” in Iceland

Written by RC Cone


The Icelandic weather and wind can be harsh, but the rewards are worth it.
All photos by RC Cone

[Editor’s note: Back in July, we introduced you to a cool new fly-fishing film, Tributaries, from RC Cone, which is in production now. (Check out that post here.) Recently, we got RC’s latest update and a bunch of gorgeous photos from his ongoing adventure. I can’t wait to see the finished film.]

Bahamas to Iceland. I was looking for contrasts and I found ’em. On some of the nastier days, I wore every single piece of clothing I had under my waders and jacket. My flip-flops were about as useful as a bikini in. . .

Read More  »

Video: Flyfishing Northern Europe Teaser


Written by: Phil Monahan

Every week, we explore what’s new in fly-fishing video in the F5, but I also like to poke around on Youtube and Vimeo to look for gems created before this blog ever got off the ground. Here’s some amazing footage from across northern Europe from Danica Films, and uploaded in 2008 (a.k.a. “Back in the Day”).

Read More  »