Synopsis

This film is as much about the insurmountable distance between the camera and the subject as it is about the indefinable draw of fly fishing. This film was compiled in large part from the filmmaker’s library of footage collected over several years making fly fishing oriented films. Produced by Henry Harrison

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  • Matthew Berry 3 years ago

    Enjoyed the film. Certainly clicked on the link to see what the joke was, thinking it would be negative. As I watched the film, it made me think about what I really love about fly fishing. There are so many reasons, the most of which is hard to describe as it is more feeling than anything. I love the way fly fishing makes me feel. I love the memories that fly fishing holds for me. I love the heritage fly fishing has given me.