If I could make a fly fishing movie like this, I would count it all worthwhile. No fishing, but lots of water. Enjoy. * As well as documenting various voices and experiences across surf photography, renowned photographer and bodyboarder Mickey Smith worked with Allan Wilson from the Astray Collective, who acted as Director of Photography [...]
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Ok, here’s another weak—ed embed posting, but I think you’ll forgive the laziness of this post when you watch the content. On a darker note, I’ve just discovered that I somehow deleted almost all my recent fishing videos over a month ago. Yup, so my dreams of being the fly-fishing Scorsese are dashed until I [...]
This is what my movies would be like if I had the time, motivation, money, and general coolness of these guys… although I gotta ask, “Bellyboats? Really?” Tapâm – a flyfishing journey from tapamthemovie on Vimeo.
At costume parties people come dressed as him. He’s never once been asked, “trick or treat?” …they just give him the treat and leave. Every Halloween he dresses as himself, and still wins “Most Interesting Costume”. He is still the most interesting guide in the world. If you don’t have TV, never visit sports bars, [...]
The Most Interesting Guide in the World on Halloween: “In my experience, the trick is always more interesting than the treat.” “I don’t always get to fish, but when I do I prefer bonefish. Stay salty, my friends.”
June 2004 Talking about big fish naturally brings to mind ones that got away, or very nearly did. Big fish are big for a reason, after all. They are strong, smart and know their home grounds like you know your own bathroom . If there is a single mangrove shoot or coral head around, they’ll [...]
He is so persuasive he once talked an apple tree into bearing limes… because he rather fancied a Mojito. On three separate occasions he’s negotiated peace between rival tribes with nothing more than a copy of The Prophet, two limes, and a barbless #2 Clouser Minnow. When asked the secret to his series of astonishing [...]