Simms has released a new fly fishing film short that features the motions, methods, and madness (perhaps) of spey fishing for Pacific Northwest steelhead.
“Cold mornings, colder boat rides. Spey rods. Empty rivers. Cast. Swing. Step. Repeat. The rhythms of late season steelheading are driven by a need for solitude and passionate anticipation – the next cast could be the one. In this short video, Tom Larimer and Ryan Buccola, settle into the motions of late fall steelheading – in search of that elusive, electrifying grab that sends shivers down the spines of steelhead anglers everywhere.”
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Lower Deschutes? My home waters
Is that Forrest Foxworthy? He’s the best on the Deschutes.