1. Follow along with Ben and Anna as they ascend into alpine country to wet a line and leave the worries of daily life behind. In this episode they live in the moment and absorb the beauty of the mountains, only to have this tranquility disrupted by the sound of a cutthroat breaking the surface to eat a dry fly. Take a break from your daily grind and enjoy the newest episode of Find Your Water!

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  2. Southern Culture on the Fly presents a step by step fly tying video featuring innovative fly designer Blane Chocklett. In this video you will watch Blane tie his signature Gummy Stonefly. Blane is also a signature tier for Umpqua Feather Merchants and a well know veteran fly fishing guide. For more on Blane check out his website, newanglefishing.com

    Video filmed / edited by Ryan Dunne (Bent Rod Media)

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  3. Trailer: vimeo.com/53419719

    There comes a time in all of our lives when we let ourselves dream about living life on our own terms. When we wrestle with the decision to take a step into traffic, follow our passions and live deliberately - or simply let another day, and daydream, pass.

    In the end, it doesn’t matter if we make the decision of our own accord, or life makes it for us. It’s where our heart and soul are that matter. For some, the result is a closer alignment between vocation and avocation, for some it’s a reprioritization of what’s important in life, for some it’s the very real difference between life and death.
    Set primarily against the diverse, rugged and breathtaking landscape of Idaho and Oregon, A Deliberate Life explores the stories of five unlikely friends who share the same love of fly fishing and the outdoors and their choice to lead a life according to their passions.

    Musical Score for film by Tim Coons. Check him out at timcoons.com

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  4. As winter finally grabs hold of Southern New England and chokes out the last of the warmer temps and longer days, productivity in the larger rivers in Rhode Island slows significantly. Unwilling to accept the bitter truth, we decided to stray from the beaten path, to places that seem to encapsulate endless summer, with plentiful and beautiful fish eagerly attacking dry flies. Thats right, we're talking about native brook trout streams; one of Rhode Islands most underutilized and under-appreciated fisheries. With little to no fishing pressure, plenty of gorgeous native and wild fish, and consistent action on the surface, sometimes we forget why we ever fish anywhere else.

    Chase Bartee

    Additional Camera:
    Aimee Savard

    *** Careless Love-Josh White NOT Lightnin' Hopkins-Sorrow To My Heart


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  5. Von Beard Chronicles
    SCOF NO. 12
    By Marc Crapo
    Hardly Strictly Musky Southern Classic

    When I was 16 my first ever "real job" was at Mazatlan Mexican Restaurant. Can you even imagine!? The Whitest of Whites bussing tables and slinging chips n salsa? "You're the funniest looking Mexican I've ever Seen." I heard that more than once. Whatever. Being in that peculiar situation I had a front row seat to Cinco de Mayo. I'll never forget the smokey packed house, the chest beating; Darts and pickup lines on one side and a record number of people drinking their meals on the other. A Restaurant full of White Folks putting Mananas Hang Over in a Headlock. You know, I'm sure all of Mexico is Super Stoked that we Mericans Celebrate El Dia de la Batalla de Puebla (which of course, all y'all know all about…) Now I only share this little tidbit to help illustrate the obvious fact that I'm no greenhorn when it comes to rocking a "borrowed" sombrero.
    Read the full article at: southerncultureonthefly.com/scof_summer2014.html

    Barbarossa by Marc Crapo
    Main Titles (from the film: A Fistful Of Dollars, 1964).
    Composed, orchestrated and conducted by Ennio Morricone.
    M.I.A. performing Paper Planes. (C) 2007 XL Recordings Ltd.
    "Bamboléo" is an internationally famous Spanish language song made famous by The Gipsy Kings in 1987 appearing in their self-titled album Gipsy Kings. The writing credits are: Tonino Baliardo, Chico Bouchikhi (J. Bouchikhi) and Nicolas Reyes and arrangements by Dominique Perrier.
    This video contains copyrighted material the use of which has not always been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. It is being made available in an effort to advance the understanding of environmental, political, human rights, economic, democracy, scientific, and social justice issues, and so on. It is believed that this constitutes a 'fair use' of any such copyrighted material as provided for in section 107 of the US Copyright Law. In accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. Section 107, the material in this video is distributed without profit to those who have expressed a prior interest in receiving the included information for research and educational purposes.




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