Film: Fly Fishing for Striped Bass in “Between the Lines”

“BETWEEN THE LINES” FULL FILM | Fly Fishing for HUGE Striped Bass from Lonely Osprey Productions on Vimeo.

A few weeks ago, we shared the trailer for “Between the Lines,” and now we are pleased to see the full film.

From Lonely Osprey Productions:

“Thomas Barzilay Freund, Michael Kamsky, and Faulkner Wilson are the people behind the film Between the Lines. Over the years, these three childhood friends from New York City have fished together and documented their adventures on film. Although they’ve had the opportunity to explore many different fisheries together, they feel a deep connection to the striped bass of the Long Island Sound which they have relentlessly pursued over the years. They are all currently freshmen in college: Thomas at Bowdoin, Michael at Princeton, and Faulkner at Wake Forest. They began fishing for stripers together in high school.

For the final months of their senior year at the Dalton School, the students were given the chance to work on an independent project of their choosing. It seemed like the perfect opportunity to do something on a topic they deeply cared about. The three decided to make a film about fly fishing for striped bass, with a focus on portraying stripers as the gamefish they believe them to be, and advocating for catch-and-release practices among recreational anglers.

Between the Lines is about their quest for large, fly-catchable striped bass in their home waters. The entire film was shot during the spring and summer of 2016 in Connecticut’s coastal rivers and along the rocky shorelines of the Long Island Sound.”

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  1. It is wonderful to see these kids working with my Mentor Mark Sedotti and if these guys were not such a great group of young anglers this film would just make me angry. However they made a great video that portrays the best part of the sport and shows why we as fisherman will go through hell to get there. Well done !
    Captain Joe LeClair

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