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Todd Moen Creative http://www.toddmoencreative.com Fly Fishing The World - Movies & Videos Wed, 05 Apr 2017 05:01:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.7.5 Chinook Salmon Fly Fishing http://www.toddmoencreative.com/chinook-salmon-fly-fishing/ http://www.toddmoencreative.com/chinook-salmon-fly-fishing/#respond Wed, 05 Apr 2017 04:57:53 +0000 http://www.toddmoencreative.com/?p=379 Click Here To Subscribe to the Catch Magazine YouTube Channel http://www.goo.gl/9Z5dTu – Chinook Salmon – British Columbia Spring/Summer Tour took me up to the far reaches of British Columbia’s Skeena River and the many tributaries of that amazing Canadian watershed. For Catch Magazine’s 48th edition, T-Motion theater presents a video about the wild and adventurous chase, fly fishing for spring/summer Chinook salmon on the swing, via helicopters piloted by Dave Hiltenkamp of Summit Helicopters LTD out of Terrace British Columbia and jet sleds from the Skeena Spey Riverside Wilderness & Lodge also from Terrace British Columbia.

The anglers on camera include none other than the talented Adrienne Comeau, who guides for Skeena Spey Riverside Wilderness & Lodge and Steve McPhail, owner of Nass River Steelhead Company out of Terrace British Columbia. This tech-infused video includes some great insight on fly fishing for the big Chinook Salmon, who live in the world-renown waters of British Columbia. Thanks to the British Columbia Fishing Resort and Outfitter Association, Eddie Bauer, Ross Reels, Skeena Spey Riverside Wilderness & Lodge, Nass River Steelhead Company and Summit Helicopters LTD. Get out your notes and start planning your next adventure while you watch this action packed, information loaded video!

Fishing British Columbia – http://www.Fishingbc.com

Summit Helicopters LTD – http://www.summithelicopters.ca

Skeena Spey – http://skeenaflyfishing.com

Eddie Bauer – https://www.instagram.com/eddiebauer

Ross Reels – https://www.RossReels.com

Orvis – http://www.orvis.com/fly-fishing

Echo Fly Rods – http://www.echoflyfishing.com

Scientific Anglers – http://www.scientificanglers.com

Korkers – http://www.korkers.com

*Camera Information*
– Aerial solutions by Quadrocopter.
http://www.Quadrocopter.com
– Copters powered by Venom – http://www.venompower.com
– High quality aerial filter and adapters solutions here – Snake River Prototyping – http://www.SnakeRiverPrototyping.com
– DJI Phantom 3 Pro
– Sony RX-100
– Panasonic Ag-160a

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Pure New Zealand pt 2 http://www.toddmoencreative.com/pure-new-zealand-part-2/ http://www.toddmoencreative.com/pure-new-zealand-part-2/#comments Thu, 30 Jun 2016 20:48:34 +0000 http://www.toddmoencreative.com/?p=365 New Zealand’s South Island has to be the closest one can get to heaven. Truly, New Zealand is my all-time favorite place to film, fish and explore.  For the T-Motion Theater Issue #45, I had the chance to film angler and lodge owner Shauna Daughters, along with her husband Chris Daughters, on one of their favorite South Island rivers.  Together they own and operate the South Island’s Cedar Lodge, located on the Makarora River just about an hour’s drive of the adventurist town of Wanaka.  It was Shauna’s birthday, and last March she was able to escape the usual chores of lodge operation and parenting for the day.  Shauna spotted, hooked and landed a few fabulous birthday trout, and the adventure on the river was captured in “Pure New Zealand part 2”.  Thanks to the phenomenal helicopter guide and pilot, Dion Matheson, who flew us into the clear pools and magical stretches of water only offered in New Zealand.  Sit back and watch Shauna simply rock this fly fishing adventure into New Zealand’s backcountry!

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River of Life http://www.toddmoencreative.com/river-of-life/ http://www.toddmoencreative.com/river-of-life/#respond Thu, 21 Apr 2016 19:54:47 +0000 http://www.toddmoencreative.com/?p=358 River of Life features the reflections of 3 women dealing with breast cancer while out fly fishing on the waters of the Pacific Northwest. The narrative connects the struggles of wild, native and anadromous fish with the challenges the women face in their own lives, while also capturing the magic and joy of fly fishing. This film is brought to life by the sensitive and insightful cinematography of Todd Moen, whose camerawork captures the vibrancy of the natural world both above and below the water line. The film explores life’s tenacity, and its fragility.

The subject of fly fishing has been covered in many joyous, adventure films, primarily by men. The Trout Unlimited grant that we are applying for represents an opportunity to add a woman’s perspective to the annals of fly fishing films. “River of Life,” reflects ideas and feelings that most fly fishermen share, yet from a uniquely feminine perspective. Breast cancer is, for the most part, a feminine struggle, but when 1 in 8 women in the United States are afflicted, it touches everyone’s lives. Connecting our human stories with the life and health of rivers reminds us of what is beautiful in our world, and how easily it can be lost. It’s a story that needs to be told. We’re counting on your help.
Please click the link to help support this great project. -> https://igg.me/at/river-of-life/x/13695743

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Carpology Part 1 http://www.toddmoencreative.com/carpology-part-1/ http://www.toddmoencreative.com/carpology-part-1/#respond Thu, 21 Apr 2016 19:48:44 +0000 http://www.toddmoencreative.com/?p=355 Summer temps hovering in the upper 90’s. Rising carp. The Missouri River. Dry fly fishing. Montana’s magnificent Big Sky. Put these together, and T-Motion Theater had an unlikely, yet absolutely remarkable fly fishing video opportunity. Carp, unlike trout or steelhead or bonefish or any for that matter, feed in a frenzy known to some anglers as the “Hour of Power”. This is when schools of carp rise to the surface in fierce unison, their big mouths breaking the surface and “hoovering” up bugs in a linear path on the top of the frothy, shallow water. Montana native, fly fishing guide extraordinaire and longtime Gallatin Gateway friend of mine, Brian Kimmel of Shadow of a Trout Outfitters, told me that the next T-Motion film MUST be on Montana carp. I had no idea what I was in for. I packed up my gear into a boat driven by Adipose Boatworks founder and co-owner, Tracy Allen. Tracy quickly jetted Brian into the action of carp on the Missouri River near Helena, Montana. This film immediately became “Carpology,” as Brian revealed his extensive knowledge and enthusiasm for these giant, heat loving, bottom dwelling, big-bellied fish. With topwater action, hard fights, explosive runs, breathtaking scenery and excellent angling, Carpology-PART ONE will leave you waiting anxiously for PART TWO! Thanks to Kimmel and Allen. Enjoy!

Adipose Boatworks – http://www.adiposeboatworks.com
Brian Kimmel Fly Fishing – http://www.briankimmelflyfishing.com
Big thanks to Mike Ward for showing up with a second boat making it easy to keep up with Brian and Tracy for the boat to boat shots.

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Spatsizi http://www.toddmoencreative.com/spatsizi/ http://www.toddmoencreative.com/spatsizi/#respond Thu, 21 Apr 2016 19:40:20 +0000 http://www.toddmoencreative.com/?p=352 At roughly 2 million acres, the Spatsizi Wilderness in northern British Columbia, is the home waters for the Collingwood Family of Spatsizi Wilderness Lodge. This film documents Ray Collingwood’s vision, beginning in the late 60’s, to operate a world-class rainbow trout fly-fishing lodge with his family. With stunning aerial footage of the Eaglenest Range and Firesteel River Valley, including birds-eye views from Ray Collingwood’s multiple float planes, Todd Moen highlights the essence of family in this fly-fishing heaven. This rare and epic day with father-daughter duo, Ray Collingwood and Carrie Collingwood, in a world-class rainbow trout fishery will capture the heart of every angler. There is no doubt about it, the Collingwood Family has it figured out right.
Website – http://www.spatsizi.com

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Big Sky – Montana Spring Creek Fly Fishing http://www.toddmoencreative.com/big-sky-montana-spring-creek-fly-fishing/ http://www.toddmoencreative.com/big-sky-montana-spring-creek-fly-fishing/#respond Sat, 09 Apr 2016 05:46:45 +0000 http://www.toddmoencreative.com/?p=314 Each July, I find myself heading back to my home state of Montana. Over the past 15 years, many of these trips have included an adventure with my good friend and master spring creek angler, Pete Corbett who is owner of Creekside Angling Company in Issaquah, Washington. We like to fish the Southwest region of the state. For this 2013 fly fishing trip, we met in Dillon, Montana. This time Pete fished some of our favorite public water, and we hit the PMD hatch that usually occurs in late June and early July. We were in the right place at the right time! The PMDs popped, coming off in thick numbers, with fish hungry and aggressively rising to chow down on the first big hatch of the summer. The second half of this video shoot was taken on a one-day walk/wade of McCoy’s Spring Creek, and we had some pretty good action there as well. Southwest Montana never lets me down!

Camera and Edit by Todd Moen.
Special thanks to Pete Corbett Owner of Creekside Angling Company one of the greater Seattle areas full service fly fishing outfitters. http://www.creeksideangling.com

Thanks for all the support from all my YouTube subscribers!
Click Here To Subscribe ►http://goo.gl/9Z5dTu

Thanks to Patagonia for all the support with my work with fish and anglers from around the world. http://www.Patagonia.com

McCoy’s Spring Creek – http://www.mccoyspringcreeks.com

*Camera Information*
– Aerial solutions by Quadrocopter.
http://www.Quadrocopter.com
– High quality aerial filter and adapters solutions here – Snake River Prototyping – http://www.SnakeRiverPrototyping.com
– GoPro 3 Black Edition – http://www.GoPro.com
– Sony RX-100
– Panasonic Ag-160a

BIG SKY is included on the Season 5 Masters Series DVD available at the Catch Magazine store here.. http://www.CatchMagStore.com

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Barrancoso River – Fly Fishing Argentina http://www.toddmoencreative.com/barrancoso-river/ http://www.toddmoencreative.com/barrancoso-river/#comments Thu, 03 Sep 2015 17:07:12 +0000 http://www.toddmoencreative.com/?p=219 Although it’s not my first video of southern Argentina’s crazy wind, huge trout and amazing scenery, “Barrancoso River” is probably both the most fun and the most challenging video I’ve ever shot for Catch Magazine .It was fun! This is thanks to Tim Rajeff and Katherine Hart, of Rajeff Sports, who are nothing less than rocks stars and fabulous anglers. They make it happen in hurricane-like winds and impossible fishing conditions. And they make it fun. There is no other couple I’d rather film, travel with and work with than these two fine folks.

It was challenging also. The winds, the unpredictable weather and the crazy moon rock landscape of this area tested every aspect of my ability as a camera operator and aerial photographer. While the weather was extreme, the huge fish that chased our mouse patterns and bomber flies were also extreme. Thanks to the great crew at Laguna Verde Lodge for getting us to the places with fish and for making the impossible a possibility. Karim Jador is one of the many guides to thank. Like always, I am so thankful for the folks who can get me and my camera gear to the fish. But my biggest gratitude goes to those beautiful, double-digit sized trout that live and survive there long enough for me to film them.

Filmed November 2013 – Camera and Edit by Todd Moen.
Special thanks to friends Tim Rajeff and Katherine Hart http://www.RajeffSports.comhttp://www.AirFloFishing.com
And Karim Jador at http://www.EstanciaLagunaVerde.com

Thanks for all the support from all my YouTube subscribers!
Click Here To Subscribe ►http://goo.gl/9Z5dTu

Thanks to Patagonia for all the support with my work with fish and anglers from around the world. http://www.Patagonia.com

*Camera Information*
– Aerial solutions by Quadrocopter.
http://www.Quadrocopter.com
– High quality aerial filter and adapters solutions here – Snake River Prototyping – http://www.SnakeRiverPrototyping.com
– GoPro 3 Black Edition – http://www.GoPro.com
– Sony RX-100
– Panasonic Ag-160a

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Fall Run – Pacific Northwest Steelhead Fly Fishing http://www.toddmoencreative.com/fall-run/ http://www.toddmoencreative.com/fall-run/#comments Sat, 11 Oct 2014 00:30:19 +0000 http://www.toddmoencreative.com/?p=116 A steelhead adventure. The planning, filming, editing and entire fly fishing adventure behind “Fall Run” is, hands down, my favorite T-Motion production yet. Six years after filming “Oregon Coast Steelhead”, Jeff Hickman, Jakob Lund and I met up for another steelhead quest on camera. We decided to take our chances and hit a new river, unknown to any of us. Against all possible odds, luck landed on our side. A high rising river, torrential downpour, and slime slick rocks made our navigation a gnarly mess. We were soaked head to toe, tripping and slipping along the river nearly all day. How I managed to keep my camera and gear from getting waterlogged is a mystery. It was wet! But, as any steelhead fisherman will tell you, it is the most typical weather you encounter on a river with big fish. Against the odds, we caught a few simply amazing fish. And one with a pretty darn good story. Hope you enjoy this film of fellowship and fish on unknown Pacific Northwest water. I sure enjoyed it! Thanks to my great fishing buddies at Fish the Swing and Salmonfly Syndicate for making it all happen. And thanks to the brave steelhead who made their way, half-way across the world, predators on their tails, and safely up this tiny inland river to my camera lens. Now that’s the adventure…there’s nothing like that.

“The successful operation of any video equipment, during Mother Nature’s moods and demanding conditions, from rain and snow to cold and darkness, requires days of preparation, a cool steady hand combined with the patience of a zen master and more than a smidgen of luck. Todd Moen’s talents flow with an ease that belies the work beneath.”
VAL ATKINSON

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Strobel Lake – Fly Fishing Argentina http://www.toddmoencreative.com/strobel/ http://www.toddmoencreative.com/strobel/#comments Mon, 14 Apr 2014 16:45:26 +0000 http://www.toddmoencreative.com/?p=189 Stobel was filmed in the southern lakes of Argentina’s Patagonia region.  As most anglers know, this geography is famous for its big wind and its big trout.  We encountered both in very big doses!  The combination of 60 mile per hour gusts, crashing waves, and a landscape of moon rocks (devoid of a landing pad for my aerial camera) made the filming of Strobel one of the most difficult conditions in which I have ever worked.  My equipment was put to the test, and keeping the camera steady was a massive challenge!  Katherine Hart was an absolute rock star, battling the elements with ease….landing the big trout through very tough conditions.  While difficult, this Argentine adventure was so much fun, filming and fishing with friends Katherine Hart and Tim Rajeff.  Thanks to the the whole team at Estancia Laguna Verde, and special thanks to head guide Karim Jodor who helped tremendously with our succesful trip. For more information about Estancia Laguna Verde go to www.EstanciaLagunaVerde.com

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Winter Run – Pacific Northwest Winter Steelhead http://www.toddmoencreative.com/winter-run/ http://www.toddmoencreative.com/winter-run/#comments Wed, 20 Feb 2013 17:17:47 +0000 http://www.toddmoencreative.com/?p=124 T-Motion Theater – Winter Run
Date – January 8 -10

Fishing for winter steelhead is best described by Bill McMillan, fisherman and author of “Dry Line Steelhead” describes winter as being the most difficult of seasons for searching of steelhead on the fly.
The mere challenge of nature’s moody elements, the cold weather as snow and rain, and the limited daylight draws only those anglers who are seeking to experience something beyond the mere fishing itself, even beyond the hooking of the magnificent fish.  Winter steelhead evoke a sort of reverence because, in short, they are extremely hard to come by.  All the elements surrounding the steelhead become even more epic when placed in the severity of winter. Therefore, the preparation, the adventure from sunup to sundown and the struggle of the search for this evocative strain of steelhead in winter conditions is what I tried to capture in this T-Motion Theater “Winter Run”. Like a fairy tale, anglers Jakob Lund and Jeff Hickman set out in blizzard conditions in the early morning light on frigid Pacific Northwest water.  With words from a poet and the desire to fully live an epic adventure on the river, Lund and Hickman find it.  “Winter Run” is the real deal…..Thanks to the two great anglers I filmed, author Bill McMillan, Patagonia and Old Man Winter himself for making this adventure a possibility for us all.

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