We’ve been keeping up with Frankie Marion at C1 Films as of late. You probably should to. This most recent topwater footage, is making my decision to live in the mountains seem pretty silly.
Come join the Flood Tide Crew, SCOF, Low Country Fly Shop, BadfishTV, and a whole slew of other fine folks at the Palmetto Brewery in Charleston, SC, for the 1st annual Fall Tailers Ball on Wednesday, September 9. And yes, we know it’s a school night, but let’s be honest, when has that ever stopped us?
In addition to the general good times to be had, there will also be The Dog Days Of Summer Film Fest. Check out Flood Tide’s event page here to get all the details. The winners will be screened at the festivities and will be in the next issue of SCOF as the Moving Pictures Department. You got ’til September 1 to submit your video, so get that editing software crackin’. Besides the live music, beer, and videos, we’re gonna raffle off a potpourri of art, rods, trips, organs, and maybe even a bearded man servant, with all proceeds going to Casting For A Cure. Time to put on your big boy pants and get on down to Charleston. She’s gonna be a doozy.
We’ve been following these fellas over on instagram for a while now. Not only is their photography up to snuff, but their video work is down right sick (hint…hint). Here’s a trailer for their new film Xplor. This is one of the most unique story lines we’ve seen in fly fishing film in a while, and we’re pretty excited about seeing the final product.
Bassin in South Beach…who knew? Livit Films kind of kills it on this one.
It doesn’t get much more Southern than brook trout in a clear mountain creek. Here’s a nice video showcasing the hard work that has gone into fixing what our great, great grandfathers did, without even knowing it. Check out Freshwaters Illustrated for more conservation content. It’s good for your conscience.
I have been catching up on my fishing video consumption as of late, and I came across this gem. Everybody knows that we, here at SCOF, have a special love in our hearts for all things Squatch, and this video takes the cake folks. I proclaim this to be the best Sasquatch Fly Fishing Video ever made…ever. And thus it is so. Bravo Waist Deep Media. Bravo.
I was once young, from Charlotte, and in love with all things fly fishing. I really wish I had a go pro though. The youngins from Wild Fly Productions have put out quite a few videos lately and if there getting started this young I can’t wait to see what they come up with, when they finally get some hair on their chests. Enjoy.
I am in the middle of the work week and all I can think about is étouffée and bull reds. We head to the bayou next week to film and photograph the saltwater feature for the next issue. The trip is gonna be slightly off the hizzie (I just said that). We’re hanging out with Capt. Gregg Arnold and his crew for the week so I figure it might be appropriate to share with you all what I have been doing this week instead of working…looking up redfish film noir on the vimeo. Enjoy, because I know we will.
…and last but not least some tips from Capt. Gregg for coming down to fish Louisiana. I think I might be getting yelled at…
Caught this trailer from Water Line Media over at Midcurrent today. I have to admit that I haven’t made it down to the Gulf yet to tangle with the monstrosities they call Bull Reds down there, but that is a wrong that will be righted soon…very soon.