Where the Wild Fish Are: Video Short

Friday, December 19, 2014 , , 10 Comments


On days I cannot fish or be outdoors, an outdoor video short is generally a good way to put a smile on my face. As such I am going to begin posting a few videos from time to time that I really enjoy and think you guys will as well. I hope some make you reflect, some inspire, and others laugh. To begin, here is one of my favorites entitled, "Where the Wild Fish Are" from Bobby Foster on Vimeo. Enjoy.

 


10 Comments:

I'm not a fishing snob, but I do love wild fish, especially trout. They just tend to live in such beautiful places that it makes the entire experience more enjoyable...well, except the fear of bears...or moose...or whatever. That said, I won't say no to a slob stocker if presented the opportunity.

Atlas said...

Michael, I am with you. I think I lost all if any fish snobbery when I started fishing for Carp, Gar and other fish certain people label "trash fish". However, wild fish does have a certain allure and always will. I think you nailed it on the head when you note that they tend to live in such beautiful places.

TexWisGirl said...

my dreadful country connection wouldn't play but a second or two. but i liked the mossy trees, anyway. :)

Atlas said...

Haha sorry to hear that, well be sure to check back when you get the chance. It is a short video but impeccably made.

Howard said...

Thanks for posting this! It's always fun to see videos like this. Very well done.

Atlas said...

You are welcome Howard, I am glad you enjoyed it. I will have more from Bobby Foster in the future, he has some great stuff.

Hibernation said...

That's great stuff. Thanks for putting it out there! Happy Christmas and new year!

Atlas said...

You are quite welcome. And a merry christmas and happy new year to you as well.

Juan said...

Fantastic video. I'm not sure if I just wasn't paying attention... but did they say where this video was filmed? that's some gorgeous water!

Atlas said...

They didn't say but if I had to guess it would be somewhere in Washington, maybe Olympic. But that's just a guess.