The chalk rivers of southern England are the birth place of modern fly fishing, with messrs Halford and Skues paving the way.
Riverkeepers are the guardians of these irreplaceable ecosystems and play an important role as never before have the rivers been under such threat from abstraction and pollution.
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This is as much about the insurmountable distance between the camera and the subject as it is about the indefinable draw of fly fishing. Made for my thesis for the MFA program in Science and Natural History Filmmaking at Montana State University.
An end of Season trip to an upland river.
Despite worsening weather the fish were looking up and took dries all day.
Here's to next season, and lets hope we all fish as much as we plan to.
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