Video: Woolly Fly Fishing in Iceland

This video posits the question, “What’s the best part of fly-fishing in Iceland?” Is it the huge arctic char? The beautiful Atlantic salmon? Or is it really the chance to spend time on the water in. . .

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Video: Hooké’s No Man’s Land (Trailer)

Whenever we post videos, we suggest that you watch them at full screen and in HD, but I’m not sure we’ve ever featured a video that demands such a viewing the way this one does. This trailer for an upcoming Hooké production about an astonishing trip to the Ungava Peninsula in. . .

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Photos: The Atlantic Salmon of Newfoundland’s Great Northern Peninsula

Written by: Scott McEnaney, Eastern ELOG Director


All the salmon landed by the author took dry flies off the surface.
All photos courtesy Scott McEnaney

Occasionally I get to escape and head north rather than south. Since I live in Vermont, that is not usually the case, but in this case I was given a reprieve from heading to the “more. . .

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Video: A Tour of Iceland’s Atlantic Salmon Regions

Sure, this seems to be an advertisement for an outfitter, but it’s also a cool look at two of the major regions for Atlantic salmon fishing in Iceland. The rivers look spectacular, although descending that cliff by hanging onto a rope looks. . .

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Video: The Hooké Vibes 2014

There are just a few fly-fishing filmmakers who stand head and shoulders above the rest, and the folks from Hooké fall into that category. Their footage of Atlantic salmon fishing from their home province of Quebec, as well as the. . .

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Video: Fokus Outdoor Wildlife

We’ve come to expect fantastic productions from Fred Campbell of Hooké, so it should be no surprise that his day-job company, Fokus Outdoor, can also create inspiring videos in nature. There’s some fly fishing here, but you’d be hard-pressed to call it a. . .

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Video: King of the River Trailer

King of the River is a new television series appearing on the Sportsman Channel, Wild Television Network, and World Fishing Network. Season one focuses on Quebec’s amazing Gaspe Peninsula, home to incredible Atlantic salmon rivers. Based on the trailer above, . . .

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