Fly-Fishing is one of the greatest ways to social distance. By its very nature you’re outside, away from large crowds, and at peace with the nature around you. In this crazy time of self-isolation and staying inside, a few brave anglers navigated out in Livingston, MT to remind the rest of us that fish still have to eat and some natural processes continue on no matter what’s going on. Sometimes in the midst of the chaos, we find peace in the most unique places. For most anglers that peace comes when we’re on the river.
Enjoy this short clip by Fishcamp, and try to put yourself in their shoes. For a moment, close your eyes, hear the rushing of the water against the river banks and over the rocks. Think about the flutter of a fishtail in your hands. Imagine that tight line as you hook up with yet another, giant brown on the Yellowstone River. Glancing left and right now and then to check for black bears. Reaching down into the net to pull out your trophy brown trout and pose for a picture.
So sit back, relax, and dive into the world of brown trout fly fishing in Livingston Montana.
This film was created by Fishcamp. Be sure to check out more of their videos on the Fishcamp YouTube page.
These instructional videos are curated and written by team member Sam McLean (@sam_d_mclean).
Just got to tell ya thank you for posting this well written intro to our video we did a few weeks ago. Stumbled upon it when we saw a spike in views in the analytics of YouTube. Thanks and keep up the great work! Ps, had a banner day on the lower Madison the other day with the Mother’s Day caddies so will be putting that video on our Fishcamp channel in a week or so! Thanks again