What if fishing was so important that you would change your life to pursue it? You would focus your entire life around it and raise your family to appreciate every aspects of the sport for themselves. “A Steelhead Family” walks you through a few days in the lives of the Clay family (Bob, Jed, Kaili, Kathy & Kateri), who have done just that. Headed by bamboo rod builder Bob Clay, this accomplished steelheading family makes the sport of spey casting look easy while illustrating the importance of the survival of these great fish in BC, Canada. A true fishing family in one of the last wild Steelheading strongholds left on earth.
created, edit, directed and produced by: Andrew Hardingham - Ubiquitous water Media
A documentary style project about a mother, father and daughter growing up in the back country of British Columbia. 34 years later the mother/daughter team are still working harder than ever operating a world class Steelhead Lodge in Northern B.C. Here is part 1 from Catch Magazine’s November issue. Camera work and editing by Todd Moen.
Part #2 of the epic trip to Northern British Columbia. It was a glimpse into a life most people dream of; living within a short walk to stellar waters, seeing mountains in every direction, and sharing habitat with North America’s kings of the food chain – the grizzly bears and wolves who frequently visit camp. A great story about two amazing women.