A wonderful short film about our nations Wild & Scenic Rivers (well, mostly the ones in Oregon). Just another reason to keep our public lands public.
There’s no fishing involved in this film, but it is pretty mesmerizing watching Yellowstone cutthroat move up a small stream to spawn. The still images from the Fish Eye Guy are just incredible.
I’ve been really enjoying Drew’s web series, Hooked on Wild Waters, this year and wanted to share an episode I was able to help with that was filmed down here in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana. It went live on the Hooked on Wild Waters website this week. I was only able to fish with Drew on the first day they were filming and I can tell you they did a great job with the edit because conditions were tough that day. Big thanks to Casey Brunning for camera boat duty and helpful advice – couldn’t have done it without him. I can’t embed the video here, so be sure to go to the Hooked on Wild Waters website and check it out and the rest of the great webisodes in the series.
Some really awesome video from Freshwaters Illustrated about our beloved Southern Appalachian brook trout. They’ve got some other neat films on their Vimeo page as well. The hellbender one has some really cool underwater footage of the animal.
I had the privilege to come across one while wading a stream a few years back – they are very cool, blend in really well with their environment – most folks have no idea two foot long salamanders exist in North Georgia, but they do!