Fly Fishing lets you see places you wouldnt otherwise have seen. For some people it might even be the reason for going fishing. In this first episode of their Italy Adventure, Brothers On The Fly take on a beautiful mountain reserve inspite of difficult fishing.
As flyfishermen, one knows that fishing is about so much more than just catching fish. For us, it’s sometimes primarily about going places we wouldn’t otherwise get to see, in this case Trentino, Italy.
This is a teaser for exciting episodes of this trip! Enjoy!
We have done it again!!
Although this year’s competition (24 videos) included some killer videos, our film “Brothers on the Mayfly” ended up first.
Thanks everybody for your support!
This is the first video of Season III. This year’s trip was a bit different in that Lukas and I travelled through Scandinavia independently from each other before uniting with Jan in Northern Sweden.
In this episode I meet a surprise guest, some of you will know.
Mayfly season: The time that keeps most flyfishermen dreaming of that big trout caught on a dry. Once the first mayflies are hatching, however, we often realize that the time of times might not live up to our expectations and memories. What is it for you: A blessing or a curse?
This early summer, we finally got to fish together again as Jan came to visit from Sweden. A beautiful summer day on a beautiful small stream, flowing behind the house we grew up in. It was all about making the little time we had together count. Childhood memories all over again!
music from soundcloud: Love Club (LORDE COVER)
This is the final Episode of Season II!
We had often talked about taking a trip into the Swedish Mountains, far away from any roads or buildings. In early 2013 we agreed on a river, unavailable to anyone who isnt willing to walk for days or fly in. We decided to do the latter!
THISISFLY Magazine was kind enought to publish one of our articles about that one fly that you never use but keep in your fly box until the unlikely situation arises where you actually need it. Check it out: