1. This is the full 35 minute version of the 2011 season fly fishing the inshore waters of the Northeast. Scenes focus on Western Long Island Sound, Breezy Point & NJ, flats of CT and New York, Block Island and Montauk.

    The premise is the same each year; drag camera gear around from March to December in search of striped bass, bluefish and false albacore, point it at the water and see what comes out.

    If you are in the NYC area and have ANY interest in seeing this in a large screen format, please let me know and I will make it happen.

    This year the project was shot with a Panasonic GH1 and GH2 and GoPro & VioSport1.5. The GH2 utilized firmware modification tools from Vitaliy Kiselev and settings by cbrandin and driftwood. Edited on Sony Vegas Pro 10.

    MUSIC CREDITS:
    Intro
    Song: Your Hand In Mine
    Artist: Explosions in the Sky
    Album: The Earth is Not a Cold Dead Place

    Intro2
    Song: Underwater feat. Tina Malia
    Artist: Bassnectar
    Album: Wildstyle EP

    Western LI Sound
    Song: The Dreamer
    Artist: The Tallest Man on Earth
    Album: Sometimes the Blues is Just a Passing Bird

    Breezy Pt/New Jersey
    Song: How to Serve Man
    Artist: El-P
    Album: We Are All Going to Burn in Hell MegaMixxx3

    Flats Fishing & Block Island
    Song: First Breath After a Coma
    Artist: Explosions in the Sky
    Album: The Earth is Not a Cold Dead Place

    Montauk Part1
    Song: Dissolving Time
    Artist: H.U.V.A. Networks
    Album: Ephemeris

    Montauk Part2
    Song: Falling feat. Paper Machete
    Artist: Bassnectar
    Album: Wildstyle EP

    Montauk Part3
    Song: Magic Hours
    Artist: Explosions in the Sky
    Album: The Earth is Not a Cold Dead Place

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  2. An epic Floattrip in Kamchatka

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  3. This is a clip from the BBC Scotland feature documentary by Eric Steel (THE BRIDGE), featuring animated sequences by Em Cooper.

    The film tells the story of reclusive Scottish fishing-fly maker, Megan Boyd, who spent her life alone in a desolate cottage on the north eastern coast of Scotland, tying ever more beautiful fishing flies. Her work became famous and can now be seen in museums and collections, all over the world.

    The feature documentary is woven with hand-painted animated sequences by Em Cooper, imagining Megan's inner world as she ties her flies. The animation was produced by Sue Loughlin at Film Club Productions.

    The film premiered at Tribeca Film Festival in the USA and Edinburgh Film Festival in the UK.

    Production Companies: BBC Scotland, Creative Scotland, Slate Films, Easy There Tiger Productions
    Director: Eric Steel
    Producer: Kate Swan
    Executive Producer: Andrea Calderwood

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  4. Get your tickets to IF4™ Today!!!
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    Tough as nails, gentle as a poet, and determined as a badger, 90 year-old Frank Moore loves to chase fish with a fly. A World War II veteran, in 1944 he landed along with some 150,000 other troops on the beaches of Normandy, France for the D-Day allied invasion. Despite the cacophony of war around him, the young avid fly fisherman couldn’t help but notice the productive fisheries on the rivers he and his fellow troops crossed as they made their way into occupied France.

    His lifetime accomplishments as a fly angler, conservationist and a veteran have earned him many awards, including the prestigious Chevalier of the French Legion of Honor, and recent induction into the Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame. He has guided and fished with many famous anglers, including actors, congressman and executives. He built and was the long time proprietor of the world renowned Steamboat Inn along the North Umpqua River. And now, reflecting back upon his life, he feels compelled to return to the rivers of Normandy, this time armed not with a gun, but with a fly rod and reel. 70 years later, Mending the Line follows Moore as he travels back to Normandy. Once a soldier witnessing the horrors of war, now he returns to these rivers as an angler seeking serenity on the water and bringing his life full circle.

    A must see film. See a special fly-fishing cut exclusively at the International Fly Fishing Film Festival™ in 2014!

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  5. Holy smoke, those Skeena fish are really hot. Back home after a fantastic BC. Trip. Columbus Leth and I managed to land 30 big Steelies (Most fish was Sea liced). Two fish was 20 lbs and with a 22Lbs. for Columbus as the biggest. Beside the twenty pounders, we managed to land 21 Steelhead between 13 – 19 Lbs. Smallest fish was a couple of 13lbs chromes. Many of the fish stripped us for more than 200meters of backing in the first run, and most of the time we had to jump behind a hot Chromer 200 – 300m downstream before we managed to land the fish.

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