Spending 3 months traveling the country with the flyfishing film tour means you get to watch the featured films quite a bit. 45 times to be exact. Most of them get old after about the 10th time watching… But a few actually get better.
120 days by Felt Soul Media and Yeti was one of those films, and is simply put – a masterpiece. Ben, Travis, and the felt soul crew are on another level when it comes to putting together fishing films. The creativity behind the interviews, music, and camera work is superb, not to mention the bold move of making the whole film black and white.
Fun fact: This was the first time a tarpon jump was filmed in 1000 frames per second. Goes to show how camera technology has changed over the last decade.
Hit the link below, turn up the volume and enjoy.