Shot on location in Iceland, this video highlights some of the pieces of the Fall 2014 Collection from Howler Brothers. Incredible gear for passionate pursuits. Surfing, Fly Fishing, Adventure. HEED THE CALL
To view the entire collection, visit: howlerbros.com/fall2014
This is an Adventure Film about catching one of the most elusive fish in the sea. But what its really about, is chasing your dreams.
We hope to inspire many people with our documentary. We want people to go out and chase their Grande! What is your Grande? Maybe it’s a trip you have always wanted to take, but have never actually gone. Maybe you’ve wanted to start a creative project or build your own business, but never believed it was actually possible. Maybe you’ve wanted to pursue “THAT” girl or take a leap of faith in hopes that “IT” will work out? Are any of these your Grande, or is it something else?
In our film, the word “Grande” is a term used for a large Roosterfish. In a class all by itself, 40 pounds or more.
Our filming location resides along secret beaches in the Sea of Cortez. It’s the only known place of its kind where you can consistently chase these fish from the beach. In other parts of the world, Roosterfish reside near rocky beaches battered by heavy surf where the art of fly fishing is almost completely impossible. Our direct access to these fish has produced some of the best Roosterfish footage ever captured.
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The most important part of our Fundanything campaign (aside from reaching our funding goal) is getting the word out. We’re doing everything we can to let people know about the project, but we could use your help! So, tweet about it and tell your friends and family about our Fundanything page. Do you run a blog? A fly fishing, adventure magazine or media outlet? Do you just dig our story? Get in touch! It all helps!
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — Selected Illinois waterways will open ahead of the regular trout season for catch-and-release fly fishing, the Department of Natural Resources announced Wednesday.
The new catch-and-release season will open Oct. 4 with the regular trout fishing season starting Oct. 18. The department stocks about 50 Illinois lakes and rivers with approximately 80,000 trout before the season opens.
The catch-and-release waters are located in Apple River State Park in Jo Daviess County, White Pines State Park in Oregon County, Siloam Springs State Park in Adams County, Gridley Lake in Cass County, Horton Lake in Hancock County and IDOT Lake in Sangamon County.
Most adults must have a fishing licenses and inland trout stamps to fish during either the catch-and-release or the regular season. Licenses and stamps are available at many bait shops, sporting goods stores and other retail outlets.
The daily limit is five trout per angler.