1. Alaska Fly Fishing Lodge | Royal Coachman Lodge

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    Experience fly fishing the Royal Coachman Lodge in Alaska a full fly out lodge. A small and remote fly fishing lodge that focuses on the wilderness experience.

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    • “STORY LINE” in Fly Fishing

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      In fly fishing the line itself tells the story; thus the title, “STORY LINE.” Here the line is secretly captured by the camera around the fisherman’s neck. Twenty six frames from that video are used as stills to tell the story in about a minute. Note the fine, yellow fishing-line when stationary on the edge of the boat; see its wide, almost-transparent image when caught in motion by a single frame. Don Barton (of Vimeo) is the fisherman and unknown photographer; AOB is just the editor. The setting is Alaska, September 2014, on the Mist Cove, a fantastic trip by the Boat Company.

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      • SH: The Last Frontier

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        Our addiction to steelhead has once again led us to the mighty Situk River in Alaska. The river is home to the largest run of native steelhead left in the world. We hit the road at the end of April, when the peak of the run usually occurs. Conditions in the river were not looking good, with flow dropping as low as 35 CFS before we got there. Unusual mild temperatures and light rain scattered every few days didn't make our life easier. Notwithstanding, good fresh push of spring steelhead were coming in each day down at the lower end. We fished every single inch of the river for 10 consecutive days looking for huge wild steelhead. At the end, we bring home memories of lifetime trophy steelhead. Warning: fishing the Situk River and its beautiful wild steelhead can be addictive. Enjoy fly fishing responsibly. No copyright infringement intended. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. Big thanks to Patagonia, Simms, Sage, Lamson, Scientific Anglers. Special thanks to Bob Miller - Situk River Fly Shop - and Annette Harter - Leonard's Landing Lodge. BEST VIEWED IN HD AND FULLSCREEN (with scaling off)

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        • Alaska Steel

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          Filmed and Edited by Bryan Gregson Photography and Austin Trayser Media

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          • Summer Solstice in Alaska

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            This video is about Summer Solstice in Alaska

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            • Long Live the King - Extended Cut

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              Visit Our Sponsors Orvis.com Patagonia.com YetiCoolers.com SmithOptics.com TU.org RenewableResourcesFoundation.org FlyFishingFilmTour.com montanafly.com DrakeMag.com/ LoonOutdoors.com Long Live the King is a story of hope and resurgence for Alaska's great King Salmon fishery. Returning numbers of the fish have been dropping steadily, and both 2012 and 2013 hit especially hard - with multiple rivers and regions across the state seeing some of the lowest returns ever, forcing Alaska Fish and Game officials to close or severely limit salmon fishing around the state, including on some of Alaska's most iconic rivers. In addition, what is starting to seem like an all out war on salmon – mining, dams, hatcheries and the state government are all marching forward in opposition of Alaska treasure salmon resource. For many, this is an attack on religion, not just a fish. King Salmon are an icon for Alaska, and a treasured sport fish for the entire world. Long Live the King celebrates the great homecoming of salmon to the Last Frontier, while promoting a re-energized culture of sustainability among salmon fishermen and women worldwide. Through inspiring imagery, explosive fishing, emotional testimony and a tone of sustainability, respect, and stewardship, the film breathes new life into the hearts of anglers. One goal of this film is to boost the grassroots efforts of our conservation partners to defend the land, waters, cultural heritage, and invaluable resources of Alaska, including the mighty King Salmon of the Last Frontier. Music: Anastasis - Tony Anderson (Feat. AJ Hochhalter) Open Arms - Tony Anderson Never Too Much - Ryan Taubert Cinematic Reflective Piano - Stephan Lindsjo Dramatic Film Strings - Ramazan Yuksel The Father's Heart - Tony Anderson Lodges and Outfitters: AlaskasAnglingAddiction.com EZLimit.com ReelFlyAdventurez.blogspot.com MissionLodge.com IgiugigLodge.com RapidsCampLodge.com CrystalCreekLodge.com FishASL.com/Naknek/ TalaheimLodge.com

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              • Alaska's Angling Addiction - Our Story

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                We are Alaska's Angling Addiction. Fishing is our passion and what we love to share most. Welcome to our office!

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                • Long Live the King - Official Trailer

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                  Visit Our Sponsors http://www.Orvis.com http://www.Patagonia.com http://www.YetiCoolers.com http://www.SmithOptics.com http://www.TU.org http://www.RenewableResourcesFoundation.org http://FlyFishingFilmTour.com http://www.montanafly.com http://DrakeMag.com/ http://LoonOutdoors.com Long Live the King is a story of hope and resurgence for Alaska's great King Salmon fishery. Returning numbers of the fish have been dropping steadily, and both 2012 and 2013 hit especially hard - with multiple rivers and regions across the state seeing some of the lowest returns ever, forcing Alaska Fish and Game officials to close or severely limit salmon fishing around the state, including on some of Alaska's most iconic rivers. In addition, what is starting to seem like an all out war on salmon – mining, dams, hatcheries and the state government are all marching forward in opposition of Alaska's cherished salmon resource. For many, this is an attack on religion, not just a fish. This film seeks to ignite an angler's passion - showing why salmon are worth fighting for from a fly fishing perspective. Through interviews and candid conversation, we will hear from long-time Alaska guides, lodge owners, Native elders, political figures, conservation leaders, and wilderness pioneers who have an abundance of untapped folk information on the state's great King Salmon. King Salmon are an icon for Alaska, and a treasured sport fish for the entire world. Long Live the King celebrates the great homecoming of salmon to the Last Frontier, while promoting a re-energized culture of sustainability among salmon fishermen and women worldwide. Through inspiring imagery, explosive fishing, emotional testimony and a tone of sustainability, respect, and stewardship, the film breathes new life into the hearts of anglers. One goal of this film is to boost the grassroots efforts of our conservation partners to defend the land, waters, cultural heritage, and invaluable resources of Alaska, including the mighty King Salmon of the Last Frontier. Music: "300 Violin Orchestra" by Jorge Quintero Lodges and Outfitters: http://www.AlaskasAnglingAddiction.com http://www.EZLimit.com http://ReelFlyAdventurez.blogspot.com http://www.MissionLodge.com http://www.IgiugigLodge.com http://www.RapidsCampLodge.com http://www.CrystalCreekLodge.com http://www.FishASL.com/Naknek/ http://www.TalaheimLodge.com

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                  • The Other Side

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                    Stillwater Fly Fishing in Alaska

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                    • Flyfishing On The Last Frontier

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                      Join the FLG boys as we head to Prince of Wales Island, Alaska fly fishing. Over the course of the week we tangled with Sockey, Silvers, Cutthroats, Rainbows and Dolly Varden and had a blast. Thank you to Mystic Fly Rods for some great sticks: www.mysticoutdoors.com Music Credit: The Head and The Heart - Lost in My Mind

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