Latest Anglers Eye Media Film Named Official Selection

Angler’s Eye Media presents their latest adventure searching out one of the strongest, most aggressive fish on the planet – the mako shark. Off the Coast of southern California exists one of the world’s top mako fisheries. With speed, strength, and what may be the most acrobatic aerials on the planet the mako will test not only their gear and knowledge, but also your will and determination to find and catch these world-class apex predators. Only at the International Fly Fishing Film Festival in 2018!

Latest Release From Fly Fusion Films

An inspirational fly-fishing film about an adventerous couple pursuing their passion, which leads them on a memorable adventure under a smoke soaked skyline in search of the perfect image of oversized dry-fly sipping rainbows. For those who’ve never had a trout rise to a dry, a fish might just be a cold-blooded creature with fins and spots, but to you and I they’re the objects of our memories, of our pictures, of our attention. They’re why, as we leave the river, we’re already dreaming about the next trip. Featuring our friends Darcy Toner and Timbre Pringle of Faceless Fly Fishing. Only at the International Fly Fishing Film Festival in 2018. World Premiere at The Fly Fishing Show in Denver!

Gawesworth Discusses Desired Loop Shape

In RIO’s newest “How To” instalment, brand manager Simon Gawesworth demonstrates proper loop formation and also talks about common casting stroke flaws. The video is a beneficial seven minute investment for any angler who wants to improve on their casting fundamentals.

First 2018 IF4™ Official Selection Announced

Its that time of the year – time to start releasing trailers for the 2018 Official Selections! First up an epic release from Gilbert Rowley of Capture Adventure Media with Confluentus: The Merging of All Things, three friends strap on backpacks to earn the opportunity to pursue bull trout in one of their last bastions within a pristine wilderness. Merging different backgrounds and unorthodox fly-fishing techniques, they experience a fishing trip that piscatorial dreams are made of. Come share it with them only at the International Fly Fishing Film Festival in 2018!

RIO Features Simon Gawesworth in Latest “Behind the Brand” Video

In this instalment of RIO’s “Behind the Brand”, Simon Gawesworth heads out to Lake Merrill, which is situated in the foothills of Mount St. Helens. Spoiler alert: In true Gawesworth fashion, he makes some monstrously beautiful casts and catches lots of trout. Check it out below.

A New Steelhead Film with a Challenging Message

Swing Season–The Slowdown is a captivating look at the state of Olympic Peninsula steelhead. The film not only discusses the declining populations, it also encourages fly anglers to be part of a solution. Check it out and see what you can do to become a more responsible steelhead angler.

 

Fly Fusion Announces Streaming Platform

We are very excited to announce the launch of a brand new streaming platform for the fly-fishing community! Welcome to Fly Fusion Streaming, where we’ll be adding new content constantly and you’ll have ongoing and access to the Fly Fusion Series as well as exclusive access to past presentations of the International Fly Fishing Film Festival. The best in fly-fishing films. Click through on the following link, get yourself signed-up and watch on any device: flyfusionstreaming.com

 

The Latest Video in RIO’s “How To” Series

RIO–The first episode of season two of RIO’s “How To” series has RIO ambassador Rob Parkins teaching and talking about “How To Make an Overhead Cast”. In this film, Rob covers the three most important steps required before you start to make an overhead cast, and then explains how to make a “Pick up and lay down ” cast, how to “False cast” and how to “Shoot line”. In addition, Rob talks about the ideal line that will help beginners learn this essential cast.

Behind the Scenes at Scientific Anglers

Tiny Pieces of All of Us is a short film that takes a behind-the-scenes look at what goes into making Scientific Anglers fly lines. With stunning cinematography and an engaging storyline, the film is well worth watching.