New Video: Rush to the Driftless

I traveled back to the homeland for a week of family and friends. Fly rod and tenkara in tote, my dad and I met up with the Winona Fly Factory (winonaflyfactory.com) fisherman and we explored some of what the Driftless area has to offer for trout fishing. The tenkara rod ended up being a great option for my dad, someone who is pretty new to fly fishing. He took to it well. It was a long time on the water, but we had a great weekend fishing, finding morel mushrooms, and hanging out at the barn. 
Enjoy,
David (www.MyLeakyWaders.blogspot.com)
Music graciously borrowed from The Rural Alberta Advantage: The Ballad of RAA
Filmed with GoPro, iPhone 4,
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Author: D Nash

Family. Fly fishing. Music.

12 thoughts on “New Video: Rush to the Driftless”

  1. So cool…You don't realize how much you miss a place until you've been away from it for a while. I'm missing the driftless and hope to get back this summer.

    Great video, and thanks for the reminder of what a special place that is.

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  2. David
    Great video, professional done—I like the fact you are using Vimeo, instead of UTube. With Utube I have trouble getting the video to full screen. With Vimeo you have that option and it gives all videos a more professtional look, not to mention full screen on the computer. Those were some nice browns. Thank for sharing

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  3. glad you enjoyed it and thanks for the compliments. I think the biggest thing I notice about a quality looking video is steady camerawork. With small cameras like phones and gopros, it is hard to do, but I'm working at it. Thanks again for your kind words 🙂

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  4. It is awe awesome spot and the main stream we fished just blew me away. I couldn't believe how much quality water there was and I didn't even get to it all 🙂 Magee does some awesome photography and really does the driftless justice. Good luck finding the shrooms. That guy was a random lonley mushroom about 30 feet form a dead elm. We found a few more though. They are amazing.

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  5. Nicely done. I love those underwater shots of the fish booking it back to safety 🙂 Great looking water as well. Looking forward to more. Thanks for sharing. Tight LInes.

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