1. BULLS ON TOP

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    Some "fish Porn" from the 2011 redfishing season in Louisiana. When things were right the Big 'Bull" reds were eating on the top!

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    • High in the Lowlands: Fly Fishing For Snook, Tarpon, and Redfish in the Everglades

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      from WorldANGLING Added 70.7K 402 16

      http://www.worldangling.com In the past, Dave and I tried hard to get people excited about fly fishing. Our goal was to make the audience feel what we feel every time we head out on the flats. The final result was a high action, high intensity, visual montage with hard hitting music to convey the emotion. Needless to say, it got lots of anglers out there fired up, and it was a blast to create! But then there were the nay-sayers, the grumps that didn't like what we were doing to their sport, didn't like the attitude, and called our films porn. Great! Everybody has to start somewhere and lots of folks in Hollywood began in the porn industry. Dave and I didn't go to school for film, we barely knew how to run a camera when we started, but we were tired of the same old crap that failed to communicate what fishing was really about to us. So, we tried harder than we've ever tried at anything to make films that showed how much fun you can have with a fly rod living the life of a saltwater fish bum. After a while though, we knew we'd have to grow up. If we wanted to be part of the Fly Fishing Film Tour and call ourselves film makers, we'd have to create an actual film with an actual story. So, I began reading Peter Matthiessen's Shadow Country... the ultimate story about the Everglades to find inspiration. Dave and I wanted to make a story about something meaningful, something bold and powerful, something that really drove to the core of what fly fishing is for us. We wanted to tell a rich and complex story about the Everglades history, the Indians, the animals that live there, especially the fish, and why we were there. We wanted to talk about Robber Barons, drug smugglers and fisher folk, the birth of saltwater angling in the Everglades... and we really wanted to make the connection, to equate ourselves and fly fishing with them. We wanted to use words like narrow creek system, jagged branches, nooks and crannies, hidden shadows, gator filled swamps, mosquito infested lagoons, and labyrinth mangrove mazes. We would paint our picture with every detail and ultimately transcend the human drama and reveal the Zen of flyfishing. The Discovery Channel would be envious, and National Geographic would weep, and our critics would be silenced. At the end, we would close with a glorious aerial shot and a narrative that summarized 1,000 years of history, the deepest meaning of fishing and the symbolism behind our adventure deep into the soul of the Shadow Country. Problem was, we were two dudes and a laptop, and neither one of us could even come close to saying all that, much less shoot it, edit it and deliver it in one month. I wasn't Peter Matthiessen, and Dave wasn't Spielburg. We didn't have Pixar or Industrial Light and Magic to digitally enhance our snook. Really, all we had was 2 broken cameras, a skiff that http://hellsbayboatworks.com lent to us, a couple of http://looptackle.com fly rods, and a bunch of our best friends that were always down for an adventure. But, off we went... a procession of flats boats headed south into the Everglades to camp and fish for a week, and with any luck, make movie magic on the sands of Turkey Key. Fast forward two weeks, Dave and I are in the editing Studio we call the Rathole, hanging with Nate Augustus and the Gladezmen (http://www.facebook.com/gladezmen) watching them create the soundtrack and looking over our masterpiece...Every film maker has at one point had to come to terms with seeing themselves on camera for the first time and it is a very, very painful process. So there we were, realizing for the first time, that we completely and utterly sucked! Everything we said was basically garbage! But... therein lies the truth, and once you come to realize it, it's hysterical. You've never laughed so hard, cried at yourself with the understanding that nothing that you want to say is good, and that nobody cares. Really, the only thing that is of real importance is that we like to fish, that fishing is exciting, and that we just want to do more! Suddenly we had it. There is was right in front of us. What we were trying to get at is that we love to fish, we get our stoke from fishing and that everyone else has there own reason . That's the story. Fishing is what gives us that rush, that high, if you will, and for whatever reason, it's what we've devoted our lives to doing. Now, maybe the critics won't agree, but, I bet, for those that fish, they'll get it. With that...WorldANGLING gives you High In The Lowlands!

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      • REBOUND

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        In the wake of Hurricane Issac, Greg Dini, Miles LaRose and David Mangum get on the water to check on the state of south Louisiana's fishery.

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        • Slam by WorldANGLING fly fishing South Florida for Permit, Bonefish, Tarpon, Snook, and Redfish

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          http://www.worldangling.com In case you didn't already know, saltwater fly fishing here in South Florida is a contact sport! And our latest film, SLAM, will let you feel it about as much as you'd feel a whack in the face! Filmed in our back yards here in Key West, the Everglades and the Bahamas during the 2009 season, SLAM focuses on all the major species we target: Tarpon, Bonefish, Permit, Redfish and Snook. This film portrays the most important aspects of Saltwater fly fishing. Beginning with what it looks like when you first see them coming in, to the adrenaline rush you feel when you hook up, to the heartbreak of watching them get away, and finally, the joy of the releasing them to swim free. There's no waxing poetic about the meaning of it all, we'll let you figure that out for yourself, we just bring the goods and showcase the coolest fish in the world. We don't have a big budget, or even a helicopter, just an incredible natural resource and a passion for what we do. For all of you out there that get it, and want more, WorldANGLING gives you SLAM!

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          • FLY FISHING FOR REDFISH SNOOK AND TARPON

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            HERE IS A FLY FISHING VIDEO I PUT TOGETHER. THIS VIDEO HAS FLY CATCHING FOR REDFISH SNOOK AND TARPON IN THE EVERGLADES ON MY HOBIE KAYAK. I HOPE YOU GUYS ENJOY IT. FEEL FREE TO SHARE IT. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS DROP A COMMENT OR SHOOT ME AN EMAIL DJDANDECIBEL@YAHOO.COM.

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            • Heart of the Marsh

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              Waterline Media short film wins Best Cinematography and Best Story at The Drake Fly Fishing Film Awards! So my good friends Greg Dini and Gregg Arnold called us late afternoon a few Thursdays ago saying that they wanted us to produce a film to submit to The Drake Fly Fishing Film Awards. They wanted us to show that the Louisiana marsh was not as bad as the news media portrayed it to be. With the deadline only 7 days away we had very little time . Plans where made, flights were booked, skiffs were prepped and the next day Marc and I were on our way to New Orleans, spending the following two and half days filming in rainy and windy weather. Returning on Tuesday, Marc and I put together the 5 minute film over the next two days pulling a couple all nighters editing and were able to deliver a finished product before the deadline. We didn’t have months to prepare, or a stockpile of footage to use, so we produced the best short film we could in a total 5 days. The marsh is alive and well and a big thank you to Captain Greg Dini and Captain Gregg Arnold. Enjoy! Graham and Marc Waterline Media

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              • Kayak Concerto: Fly Fishing South Florida on the Kayak

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                Join me on this Kayak quest through out the coastal waters of South Florida. Watch as I chase a complete cast of characters that we all love with a fly rod. The thrill of sight casting a trophy is what I live for. Thanks for watching I hope you enjoy it. Check out my fishing reports plus more on Skinnywaterculture.com #SKINNYWATERCULTURE #LONGRODATHLETES #BURRITOPROTEAM #GLADESDAYS #BOWTIMEHUSTLERS Instagram- dj_dan_decibel MUSIC Glitch Mob - Warrior Concerto

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                • SUP Everglades Redfish Quickie III

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                  A quick clip of a redfish caught in the Everglades. Fly fishing from a BOTE HD sup. If you like it feel free to share it and let me know. For more check out the SWC Blog at www.skinnywaterculture.com/blog and follow on Instagram @tex_chris_lewis and @skinnywaterculture

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                  • Red Like Winter: the Trailer

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                    from Waterline Media Added

                    Shot in December 2010 in the Louisiana Marsh, Red Like Winter captures on film some of the most amazing monster winter redfish caught on fly ever recorded. See the full length film on the 2011 Fly Fishing Film Tour.

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                    • Red Tide: Galveston Fly Fishing

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                      Fly fishing for redfish in the marshes around Galveston Bay. www.castingtales.com

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