Meanwhile Upstream - Ep 1 from Rolf Nylinder on Vimeo.

The main character in the first episode is the guy we call “Amish, Okto, Arabian, Spade”. A god among gods.
I call the series “Meanwhile Upstream” for no particular reason except the well known fact that wherever you fishing it’s always better upstream! There will be a second episode, and if anyone likes it I might continue with a third episode.

I tried to make the music to this one, hope you like it. Thanks for watching!

Riding On A Great White Shark

Riding On A Great White Shark

Fishing Flamingo: “Soulshine” from Coach Chin on Vimeo.

Had the pleasure of joining Capt. Benny Blanco and Rob Birk on a trip to Flamingo. Later that day Benny invited some friends along with Rob and myself over for dinner.

Stream of Dreams Cape Town 2014 from Lucky Fish Productions on Vimeo.

Growing up where the rivers where virtually always chocolate brown, I dreamed of crystal clear mountain streams that I occasionally got glimpses of on TV and in books. I finally got to the most beautiful crystal clear stream with my good friend and fishing buddy Andre Van Wyk.

Something got me from Henrik Malmland on Vimeo.

Fly fishing for trout in the northern part of Norway.

Salmon weekend 2014 from Calle Lundqvist on Vimeo.

Music: Alfred Hall - Lose that gun

Drove to the northern part of Sweden with my friend Lars looking for salmon.
This is som random fotage from that weekend.

Mouche from Mouche on Vimeo.

Pêche à la mouche/Flyfishing
Québec Canada

Playing an atlantic salmon - filming under water from on Vimeo.

Mattias Helde is playing an atlantic salmon while filming it under water. Fly fishing in Norway
Edit: Mattias Helde Music: Jon Henrik Fjällgren. Daniels joik

1,000 Inches of Carp - Fly Fishing - Phoenix, Arizona from GingerSnap on Vimeo.

I had a bunch of YouTube videos that I wanted to swap to Vimeo, instead, I made a complete mashup of my first 9 months of Fly Fishing for Carp in Phoenix, Arizona. Common Carp, Mirror Carp, Grass Carp and Koi. I have literally walked hundreds of miles of canals, scouted countless community ponds, and searched everywhere within the Metro Phoenix Area to land these wonderfully exciting fish.