In this Week’s Video of the Week, we catch up with Colin Smith, Lucas Gibbons, and Chums USA in their newest short film “Sea-Run Sound”. Colin’s home state of Washington isn’t known for world-class trout fisheries. “There is an abundance of amazing saltwater fishing spots, and thus the Emerald State is known for its top-notch salmon rivers, but compared to neighboring states, the trout waters are limited. However, for those who know where to look and who are willing to put in the effort, the sea-run coastal cutthroat trout can be found in certain locales. In both the spring and fall, Washington’s rivers fill with salmon, and anglers looking to catch these anadromous fish quickly follow. Following their larger salmon relatives, the cutthroats make an appearance in these rivers and streams and create an opportunity to catch beautiful native trout in our local waters. Sea Run Sound is cinematic documentation of a day spent fishing for these golden trout on Washington’s beautiful Olympic Peninsula.”

Colin, Lucas, & Chums did a full interview about this project on their site here: Make sure to head over there and learn more about the crew and the coastal cutthroat they pursued.

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