Rivers are hypnotic forces of nature, capable of exerting an almost gravitational pull on the human soul, even over great distances and time spans. In this gorgeous short film from Max Lowe Media, fly-fishing guide and environmental attorney Wade Fellin returns to the Big Hole River of his youth, proving that when it comes to Montana trout rivers, you can indeed go home again.
The time when fly fishing was a man's game has, of course, long passed. This short film captures a day with fishing guide KynsLee Scott on and around Montana's Georgetown Lake, and features some of the most captivating casting and fishing footage we've seen.
Film by Austin Trayser: http://www.traysermediagroup.com/
Songs by Rvdical The Kid:
"Funk With Me" Ft. EphRem & aywy
"Dopamine" Ft. Maesu
Yurts first sheltered central Asian nomads over 3,000 years ago. They now harbor western Montana winter nomads - those seeking fresh backcountry stashes, untrammeled slopes, and friendship and fire to burn.
Film by Jahrig Media.
Every river carries a million stories. Last fall, filmmaker Hunter Weeks spent 24 hours on the Missouri River, and this short film is a snapshot of life in the Gates of the Mountains section on the Mighty Mo, told in the meandering and unpredictable style of moving water itself. Inspired by the feature film "Where the Yellowstone Goes." More info at http://www.hunterweeks.com
Shortly after completing The Rut 50k in September of 2014, a group of international trail runners headed into the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness for a three-day trip covering over 100k and 20,000 feet of vertical gain. For fun. Montana filmmaker Katy-Robin Garton and the Sprout FIlms crew - Jake Hanson and Sam Ward - were there to document this most Epic of adventures. An Epic Montana/Sprout Films production, with support from Salomon Running.