‘Fly fishing is an international affair. In each locale, fly fishing is surrounded by unique, foreign cultures that have evolved their own approaches and styles for the sport. The general, technical aspects of fly fishing are the same: rod, reel, waders, dry-fly, nymph, etc. The behaviour and environment are what alter. Differences aside, we all tell tall tales of fish caught and lost; we all miss work; we all threaten our relationships with excuses to fish; we all wake up at ungodly hours on a Saturday morning to arrive in time for a hatch – fly fishing is a powerful current that binds an even stronger worldwide community.
The Mission. Meet up with three guides in three very different places: Iceland, Argentina and the Bahamas. The locations are unique, the cultures vary, and the styles pointedly their own, but more importantly how is it all similar? Envision the contrast between the lives of a Bahamian flats-drifter, a Patagonian trout bum, and a midnight-sun Icelander – who are these people? Travel along as we seek the common threads that gravitate and connect each of them to our shared passion: fly fishing.’