Fly Fishing For Cutthroat Trout By Todd Moen

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There is a wilderness river in the Pacific Northwest that starts in the highest glaciers and flows through tall, uncut timber. The headwaters are rough and tumble with huge boulders with miles of non-stop whitewater. Over five years ago this fly fishing video was featured in Catch Magazine. We explored and fished the middle and lower river where serene, aqua blue pools and riffles held two species of spawning salmon and rainbow and cutthroat trout that were eager to take our dry flies. Access to the river is accomplished by hiking through the mountains, or a 55 mile boat ride, or by using the primitive grass airstrip. There is one guide who works here. His name is John Wilsey. John was very helpful with our logistics and angling success. John can be reached at

This was the first few years of aerial video for me so it’s very exciting to see how much the quality of the footage has changed since then.

Winston Fly Rods –

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*Camera Information used back in 2012*
– Aerial solutions by Quadrocopter.

– High quality aerial filter and adapters solutions here – Snake River
Prototyping –
– GoPro 2 –
– Sony RX-100
– Panasonic Ag-150

Freshwater Flats Fly Fishing For Carp

A typical day of fly fishing for carp taken from footage from this past summer, including the highs and lows of chasing ole rubber lips with flies.

3 Fly Fishing Legends | Cast Northwest | Episode 5

Meet fishing legends Fred Philpot, Bob Clay and Rob Brown. Join Captain Quinn as he swaps fishing stories of 30 lbs Steelhead with Fred Philpot then learns the craft of bambo fishing rod building with Bob Clay. Finally, embark on a fishing adventure with writer and expert angler Rob Brown.

Fly Fishing for Wild Salmon & Steelhead to Prove that Happiness is Connected to Healthy Environments | Cast Northwest with Captain Quinn

1.Fly fishing for wild salmon and steelhead 2.Exploring wild places 3.Interacting with incredible people who are living lifestyles that honour their connection to this planet. Follow Captain Quinn on his journey to explore the connection between happiness and a healthy environment.

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Tiny Stream Fishing

While visiting the Rocky Mountain National Park I came across a tiny stream and decided to do some fishing!
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Huge Fish, Tiny Creek, Broken Orvis Fly Rod

one of those days, not my finest display of fighting a fish, luckily it seemed like she knew the routine, otherwise i’m guessing i wouldn’t have come close to landing her

Fishing In A TINY CREEK!?

I head to a tiny creek back in the woods in search of fish!

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P.O. Box 462
Hamel, IL. 62046

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How To Use Whip Finish Fly Tying Tool – Whip Finisher Instructions And Directions

How To Use Fly Tying Whipfinish Tool and quickly Whip Finish Flies.


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How To Rig Your Fly Rod To Fish Nymphs.

30 year fly fishing veteran explains how to rig your fly rod quickly and effectively to fish nymphs and indicators for trout, steelhead, and salmon.

Beginner Fly Tying Tips – Part 2: Three Essential Techniques Every Fly Tier Needs To Know

Part two in a series of video segments designed to teach the beginning fly tier the skills needed to tie basic flies. There are three fly tying skills that you will use with every fly you tie – the jam knot, the pinch wrap, and the whip finish knot. They correspond to the three essential operations needed to complete all flies – attaching the thread to the hook (the jam knot), attaching material to the hook (the pinch wrap), and securing and removing the thread from the hook upon completion of the fly (the whip finish.) This video teaches you how to perform these three essential techniques. Video supplement to the beginning fly tying class of the Brodheads chapter of Trout Unlimited. Instruction by Scott Cesari.

Fly Tying For Beginners Adams With Jim Misiura

Step by Step instruction on tying an essential dry fly for those that are new to fly tying.