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Old 02-16-2008, 07:24 PM
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what about dvd's,movies,etc what do you think are the best--I like Joe Humphries dvd's on nymph fishing and casting in a lot of cover--I really liked "anatomy of a stream" made by scientific anglers many years ago--I find hollywood's entries too contrived--of course I'm talking about "a river runs through it"which is a good movie about life's losses,the fishing scenes,which are good,seem unreal to me,or not realistic enough,to express a stream's presence,the aesthetic world of tackle,trout,the catch ,mountain morning's,afternoons,evening's,dusk's,when things seem just right.I do not think these times can be caught on film.
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Old 02-16-2008, 07:33 PM
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I really liked a couple of DVD's by Gary Lafontaine---Can't remember titles but they had humor and were definetly worth a watch---Wonder what happened to Chester( a really good dog)since G.L.'s death?
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