Bob Summers – Third Year Flyfisher new trailer

“Summers” trailer…. from RT on Vimeo.

This is the trailer for “Summers” a piece about Michigan bamboo rod maker Bob Summers. The piece touches a little on Bob’s history as a rod builder but also explores Bob’s relationship with George Griffith (founder of TU) who were fishing buddies for 25+ years in and around the AuSable river in NE Michigan.

This piece, along with the full version of The Brothers Brown, will be a special feature on the soon to be released DVD…THE RIVER.

Dam Nation

DamNation – Official Film Trailer from Patagonia on Vimeo.

 

For more information, check out http://www.DamNationFilm.com

This powerful film odyssey across America explores the sea change in our national attitude from pride in big dams as engineering wonders to the growing awareness that our own future is bound to the life and health of our rivers. Dam removal has moved beyond the fictional Monkey Wrench Gang to go mainstream. Where obsolete dams come down, rivers bound back to life, giving salmon and other wild fish the right of return to primeval spawning grounds, after decades without access. DamNation’s majestic cinematography and unexpected discoveries move us through rivers and landscapes altered by dams, but also through a metamorphosis in values, from conquest of the natural world to knowing ourselves as part of nature.

Patagonia Fly Fishing Blog posts Midnight Creeper

midnight creeper videoPatagonia’s Fly Fishing Blog has recognized our work and posted the latest trailer , the Midnight Creepr Tailer is getting some very nice positive feedback.  We keep working hard in the editing room, on the full length version.  Thanks for all the thumbs up and shares.

Latest Mangled Fly and Snap T Pictures Video – Midnight Creeper Trailer

Happy to release the latest trailer from Snap T Pictures and Mangled Fly Media.  Worked with Ed McCoy this past summer.  First time running the night vision gear, finished full length video we are hoping this spring to release.  Enjoy the trailer.  Thank you again to Erik Rambo, Ed McCoy and Jon “Chewy” Stefanciw.

In the soon to be released video Ed McCoy breaks down one of his singnature fly patterns called the Midnight Creeper. The full lenght version of this video will share some of the sercerts of fishing after dark, along with a 25 minute step by step fly tying experience with Ed McCoy. Ed breaks down each step and how he balances materials in his night flies. Underwater shots and night vision cameras bring the auidience into Ed McCoy’s world. Full lenght video coming Spring 2014.

Music – Thriller Dark Island by The Sound Room (Audiosocket Track #66145)

Working on Something New

Getting closer to releasing something new that Erik and I are really excited about.  First trailer is coming in the next 10-14 days.  Also have new logo for this series, just a quick teaser below.  Getting hard to not share more details.  But the last couple weeks editing, email with musicians and fancy logo designers has gotten to the boiling point and had to post something.  Check back here shortly for the first trailer.

something new

So True, I like this premise for a film

I’m very lucky to do what I do.  Wanted to share this clip and how important it is to Breathe!

Breathe is available as a digital download for $5! Go here: http://tributariesfilm.com/breathe
See my newest film project here: http://tributariesfilm.com/

A people film about fly-fishing and work.

What do you do when the current of work grows so strong you start to drown in it? You take off fishing the scenic waterways of Montana where trout, and the people catching them, teach you how to breathe again. Follow the journey of one man’s fishing adventure that takes him across the state of Montana in search of the next fish, fresh perspective and a more fulfilling life — after all, staying afloat in this contemporary world is a challenge.

How do you Breathe?

A Film by: RC Cone
Written by: Zack Wheeler and RC Cone

Baitfish Video

This is a short video from this spring and summer about the baitfish on the Muskegon River. It was almost as much fun chasing small fish as it was big! Thanks Jon for letting me post…

The Baitfish Video of the Muskegon River from Kevin Feenstra on Vimeo.