Riding High: The Science of Tarpon, is just a brief showing of what is in store for the science section of the full-length version of the film. This segment puts emphasis on the ongoing tarpon satellite tagging programs. Thank you to all that where involved in forming this idea along with organizations like Bonefish and Tarpon Trust, Orvis, East Cape Skiffs, Yeti, and more. The tarpon satellite tagging program is a very important conservation tool that is just beginning to show it’s true potential for preservation of migration and spawning habitats for tarpon not only in our local waters but worldwide.
Shot this for fun the other day or maybe for a future project.
I shot this footage a few days after getting the 5d Mark II back in 2008 and found the footage the other day and thought it was cool (thats what happens when you have 20-30 TB of footage). Nothing special, just some fish as my wife and I walked around the aquarium in Gatlinburg, Tennessee.
Advanced Refrigeration chose Waterline Media for their 2011-2012 company profile video.
We are honored to recieve “Best Fishing” and “Best Cinematography” at the Drake 5 minutes of fly fishing awards in New Orleans. Thank you to all that made this year possible and to our friends, family, and support staff (all 3). We would also like to congratulate our friends at Motiv Fishing for “Best Humor” and “Best Film” for there ongoing project “Geofish” and to all the filmmakers who devote any time to showcasing our sport. What a great group of films.
Riding High: A Season on the Fly is also coming out in a longer version for The Fly Fishing Film Tour 2012, and a
we are producing a full feature length film that covers the entire story of the season.
Checkout our Facebook page for updates and behind the scene pictures. Stay tuned!
Shot in December 2010 in the Louisiana Marsh, Red Like Winter captures on film some of the most amazing monster redfish shots caught on fly ever recorded. See the full length film on the 2011 Fly Fishing Film Tour.