There are a ton of great fishing videos out there, but it’s extremely rare to for one to unveil an “unknown” fishery in the heart of one of the most densely populated and historic areas in the United States. Urban Lines follows four fly fishermen in Washington, D.C. and their pursuit to show the epic fishing potential of the Potomac River and protect its resources for future generations. It’s about thinking globally and fishing locally.
I know we’ve been posting a lot of fly fishing videos recently, but you have to admit they’re some of the most impressive, beautiful and heart pounding videos you’ve ever seen. Well, this next video is going make your heart explode.
Three fly fishermen (Conway Bowman, Kirk Deeter and Chris Santella) head up to Kodiak Island, Alaska to fish a legendary river that’s a bit like a unicorn – everyone has heard about it, but no one seems to have seen it, been there or fished its shallow waters. Along with local guide, Trent Deeter, the crew embarks on one of the most epic and prolific steelhead fishing trips of their lives.