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Trout on a Stick (Literally)

This is a short film collaboration between myself and my nephew, Colin Jenson (FishNutz Films & CJ Productions). The idea of minimizing fly fishing to the point of making a workable fly rod stream-side has always fascinated me. If it works, it would be a great survival or backpacking idea where you no longer would have to carry a cumbersome fly rod with you. To fly fish, you would be able to carry everything you need inside of a fly box... if it works.

Video: Trout on a Stick (Literally)

This is a short film collaboration between myself and my nephew, Colin Jenson (FishNutz Films & CJ Productions). The idea of minimizing fly fishing to the point of making a workable fly rod stream-side has always fascinated me. If it works, it would be a great survival or backpacking idea where you no longer would have to carry a cumbersome fly rod with you. To fly fish, you would be able to carry everything you need inside of a fly box... if it works. This is a short film collaboration between myself and my nephew, Colin Jenson (FishNutz Films & CJ Productions). The idea of minimizing fly fishing to the point of making a workable fly rod stream-side has always fascinated me. If it works, it would be a great survival or backpacking idea where you no longer would have to carry a cumbersome fly rod with you. To fly fish, you would be able to carry everything you need inside of a fly box... if it works.

8 thoughts on “Trout on a Stick (Literally)”

  1. This is probably the most unconventional (if not ironic) video to comment on as a part of a contest to win a Helios 2 but there’s something very inspiring about basic, very old school fishing techniques. As a part of my newbie fly fishing education, I’ve been working thru The Compleat Angler and, if there’s ever a multimedia edition of that classic tome, this video should be included in it.

  2. Awesome tip on heating the stick. I tried this years ago and had fun. Wished I’d known about heating the stick. Great video!

  3. I began fly fishing last year and this year I didn’t touch any of my hundreds of dollars worth of spinning tackle even once. Fly fishing is the answer.

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