Families, Video, and Fly Fishing Stories

Todd Moen and Brian O’Keefe’s Catch Magazine: The Official Journal of Fly Fishing Photography and Film is a visually stunning and exceptionally well presented online magazine (I’m not sure what makes Catch “official,” but it’s still a fantastic magazine).  Through Catch, Moen has shared a two-part  “documentary style” film, as he describes it, focuses upon a mother, father, and daughter, who run a fly fishing lodge in northern British Columbia.  The film also deals with their many years fishing together as a family.  The subject matter is wonderful and the videography is amazing. 

Certainly, in the 1600’s, Isaac Walton never imagined that one day fishing stories would be told through moving pictures.  I have no doubt, however, that he would have approved of this development.  Moen’s film captures much of the beauty in nature, about which Walton wrote.  You can see Parts 1 and 2 of Moen’s Steelhead Dreams, below:

Part 1:

Part 2:

One Response to “Families, Video, and Fly Fishing Stories”

  1. Jeff Weltz Says:

    Great footage.

    Like

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