How To Cast A Fly Fishing Bonefish Rod With Prescott Smith; Andros, BS

Fishing girl Darcizzle gets the bonefish fly fishing tutorial and lesson of a lifetime by legendary world-renowned guide Capt. Prescott Smith, son of “Crazy Charlie,” from the Stafford Creek Lodge in Andros, Bahamas. Learn HOW TO make YOUR first fly rod cast in this video from THE master.

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Barrancoso River Argentina Fly Fishing By Todd Moen

Although it’s not my first video of southern Argentina’s crazy wind, huge trout and amazing scenery, “Barrancoso River” is probably both the most fun and the most challenging video I’ve ever shot for Catch Magazine. It was fun! This is thanks to Tim Rajeff and Katherine Hart, of Rajeff Sports, who are nothing less than rocks stars and fabulous anglers. They make it happen in hurricane-like winds and impossible fishing conditions. And they make it fun. There is no other couple I’d rather film, travel with and work with than these two fine folks.

It was challenging also. The winds, the unpredictable weather and the crazy moon rock landscape of this area tested every aspect of my ability as a camera operator and aerial photographer. While the weather was extreme, the huge fish that chased our mouse patterns and bomber flies were also extreme. Thanks to the great crew at Laguna Verde Lodge for getting us to the places with fish and for making the impossible a possibility. Karim Jador is one of the many guides to thank. Like always, I am so thankful for the folks who can get me and my camera gear to the fish. But my biggest gratitude goes to those beautiful, double-digit sized trout that live and survive there long enough for me to film them.

Filmed November 2013 – Camera and Edit by Todd Moen.
Special thanks to friends Tim Rajeff and Katherine Hart –
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*Camera Information*
– Aerial solutions by Quadrocopter.

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Prototyping –
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– Sony RX-100
– Panasonic Ag-160a…