Fly Fishing Videos by WaterWorkFilms & Grab Flies
Reel Scream (11-21-2012)|
Swinging flies with Spey rods for Steelhead. Filmed in the Pacific Northwest on the Cowlitz, Clackamas, Klickitat, South Umpqua, Washougal, and Wilson rivers.
This is the fourth film by Water Work Films and Jeff Layton. Film footage is a collection of shots filmed during the 2012 fishing season.
Most of the film is shot in "point of view" perspective, suggesting that the viewers perspective is the same as the protagonist's. Storyline of this film is about a patient/fly fishermen talking with a therapist about his addiction to fly fishing for Steelhead.
Film is formatted in HD 1080p 30 frames/second. 16:9 widescreen. Available in DVD, and Blue-ray DVD. 31 Minutes Long.
This is your best movie yet! - R.L
A video clip about Moal Leeches. How to tie, and back ground screening of swinging Moal Leeches for Steelhead as the fly is being tied. An animated humorous clip depicting an imaginary fight between a conventional Steelhead fly and a Moal Leech.
Journey Home - a Steelhead Fly Fishermen's Movie
A Steelhead, double handed Spey rod, fly fishing movie. Filmed in the Pacific Northwest in Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia. Rivers fished:
Campbell, Chetco, Clackamas, Cowlitz, Gold, Klickitat, Nimpkish, and Methow.
A storyline movie that evolves around a life review for protagonist, Jeff Layton. After awakening from a year long coma resulting from a terrible car accident, Jeff slips back in a dream state consciousness where he interacts with his higher self/guardian angel. Together they review all the rivers that Jeff fished in 2011.
Fifty percent of the fishing scenes are shot in "point of view" perspective, suggesting that the viewers perspective is the same as the protagonist's.
For Steelhead fly fishermen interested in fishing these rivers the film gives you a look and feel of what to expect if you plan on fishing these rivers.
An Eye for Steelhead Movie (Released February, 2011)
An "out of the box" personal, expressionistic exploration of Jeff Layton's passion for Steelhead on a double handed Spey rod.
Spey Casting, a visual glance at double handed fly rod casts: Double Spey cast, Snap T Spey cast, Snake Roll Spey cast. Visual non-verbal instructional.
(Released November, 2010) Journey of Steelhead - Fly Fishermen's Journey
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Journey of a Thousand Casts, 45 Minute HD, DVD Fly Fishing Movie
Journey of a Thousand Casts - a Steelhead fly fishing film. Filmed in the Pacific NW. Unique movie footage filmed from the angler's point of view.
Rivers fished: Cowlitz, Deschutes, Grande Ronde, North Umpqua, South Fork Toutle River. Fly fishing for Steelhead and Sea Run Cutthroat.
Journey of a Thousand Casts
I, Me & Myself, Jeff Layton's comic relief persona characters journey and fly fish for steelhead in the Pacific Northwest. Unique camera footage, filmed from the anglers point of view. Double handed Spey rods, beautiful river shots and comic dialogue propel this fun upbeat film.
Produced by WaterWorkFilms.com
Written by Jeff Layton