Movies

Posted on June 6, 2013 by

Fresh Fishing Reviews

Today we’re serving up three fresh fishing reviews and we’ve got plenty more on the way. I’m really hoping to knockout a backlog of these before bass season opens! If you’re looking for fishing reports and shorter updates be sure to check out our forums for more great content.

Where The Yellowstone Goes

Where the Yellowstone Goes

Where The Yellowstone Goes is a film directed by Hunter Weeks that captures just about everything I love about great wilderness adventures and like any good adventure, or any good documentary for that mater, you often find what you least expected. Drifting down the Yellowstone through mesmerizing backdrops from the urban to the rural, from pristine to the contaminated, the 30-day voyage would take the team from Gardiner, Montana, to where the Yellowstone meets the Missouri River in North Dakota. Continue Reading…

Dizm Eco Eyewear

Dizm Eyewear Eco Collection - Dempsey (men's)

Dizm Eyewear is a relatively small company born on Hermosa Beach, California in 2009 with the aspirations of creating environmentally conscious products that bridge the gap between action sports and fashion. They’re well-known in the surfing and skateboarding community, but chances are many fishermen have never heard of this quality brand. Continue Reading…

CamJam by Nite Ize

Nite Ize's CamJam

Nite Ize may be more well-known for their flashlight and LED accessories, but they also produce a variety of innovative outdoor gear that’s sure to fill the void in any adventurer’s kit. One such product is the CamJam, a custom carabiner that locks securely in place and can be tightened by pulling the cord rigged through the back and held in place by a spring-loaded cam. Continue Reading…

Where the Yellowstone Goes
Posted on January 14, 2013 by

Where the Yellowstone Goes

Where the Yellowstone Goes follows a 30-day drift boat journey down the longest “undammed” river in the lower 48. Intimate portraits of locals in both booming cities and dusty, dwindling towns along the Yellowstone River, illustrate the history and controversies surrounding this enigmatic watershed leading to questions about its future. Connect with colorful characters, get lost in the hypnotic cast of a fly rod, and experience silhouetted moments of fireside stories on this heartfelt river adventure.

I received a copy of the DVD and soundtrack in the mail last week and have a full review planned for you this week. If you’d rather not wait until then you can buy the DVD and the soundtrack from the official site, or buy it on iTunes and start watching now!

Posted on December 18, 2012 by

Only the River Knows – Trailer

The main part of the film takes place by the legendary Lethe River on New Zealand’s wild and wondrous South Island. Back in 1988, one of the most iconic fly fishers of our time, Lars Lenth, spent three months exploring the fabled river and fishing for its abnormally large trout. At night, he would sit down in a remote cabin and write down his experiences in a journal.

Nearly 25 years later, the young trout bum Rolf Nylinder looses his way in the wilderness near Lethe. By chance, he finds the long-lost journal, full of insights about the very soul of fly fishing. Along with Rolf on the trip is documentarist Peter Christensen, filming their mostly failing attempts to catch trout, and Rolf’s ever-growing obsession of the journal.

Official site for “Only the River Knows”

Piranha tattoo
Posted on October 24, 2012 by

Incredible Piranha Tattoo

There are few fish that strike fear in the hearts of people around the world more than the piranha. Thanks to films like Piranha, Piranha II: The Spawning (Directed by James Cameron!), Piranha 3D, Piranha 3DD, and Mega Piranha (to name a few) – these little guys have a terrible reputation.

Much like sharks, the piranhas bad reputation is often myth. In reality they pose little threat to humans and attacks on humans are rare, usually occurring in extreme circumstances that can often be easily avoided.

Tattoo by Petri Syrjälä.

via Bush Warriors

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