From backcountry bull trout to grand slam pursuits in Costa Rica to battles with bluewater beasts in California, filmmaker Gilbert Rowley has been behind the camera for a number of impressive fly fishing films in recent years. In an episode of The Venturing Angler Podcast, Rowley discusses recent films and destination filmmaking.
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With the tax bill, Congress snuck in an attack on the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Now they are looking at a similar sneak attack on the treasured Tongass National Forest.
This unique ecosystem is nicknamed the “last salmon forest” and is home to beautiful lush rain forest, wild steelhead and salmon, and many animals. Deregulating the area would open it up to logging and other destruction that would be catastrophic.
After much anticipation, America’s Favorite Flies is now available.
This book is quite the accomplishment. After years of work, John Bryan and Rob Carter have brought together more than 200 anglers who have shared their favorite flies in a gorgeous 656 page book that is rich with images and testimonials about why each fly is a favorite. Contributors include everyone from President Jimmy Carter to Yvon Chouinard to yours truly. It’s certainly an honor to be part of this book, and as icing on the cake, the book benefits the James River Association and the Native Fish Society.
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