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Drift: The Movie DVD


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A marvelous flyfishing film: great characters & personalities, cinematography, music, a variety of freshwater & saltwater, & an adequate supply of what we all like to call fish porn. Aimed at showing all viewers ù from hardcore, 300-day-a-year guides, to people whoÆve never picked up a fly rod ù that flyfishing is a much deeper, more interesting, more varied, & a more fulfilling sport than theyÆve been led to believe by mainstream media. Filmed in Oregon, Bahamas, India, Belize, Montana, Utah & Colorado. 65 min.

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  • ASIN: B001LODFBK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #150,227 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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I've watched it over and over and love the soundtrack music.
James Longmars
"Fish beautiful water well" is the takeaway for steelie success.
Confluence Films LLC
I've watched it many times already, and will continue to do so.
Kevin Backous

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Confluence Films LLC on November 25, 2008
Michael Gracie
If you show me big fish being caught on fly, in exotic locales using fine cinematographic skills, and don't obviously and repeatedly plug your main sponsor, I'm going to give you a thumbs up. So I'll come right out and say it - Drift (produced by Confluence Films) does it all right, and gets a thumbs up, five stars, or a 10 out of 10 (whichever you prefer). Quite simply, the movie rocked! If you are about to travel/fish and need a primer while sitting on the plane that will assuredly have you bouncing off cabin walls, this movie is it. But I'll warn you, practice casting in a mid-flight Boeing is against FAA regulations.

I'm making this quick, because the DVD is a must have and I don't want to be the spoiler...

The movie starts off at the Deschutes with spey casting to steelhead. "Fish beautiful water well" is the takeaway for steelie success. It moves on to Turneffe Flats and Punta Gorda, with exposes on permit and the Garbutt brothers. Winter follows, with a tour of one of my favorites, the Green River A-section, and then on to the Frying Pan and the Bighorn. Weather then subsides with a trip to Andros Island - you'll hear some of Charlie Smith's banjo playing, and a few reels singing to the sounds of bonefish. And for the finale, the crew travels to Kashmir, finding fat rainbows, professional `netters' and a whole lotta paperwork.

It should come as no surprise to sports/action film buffs that Drift is a high quality production - the team that created it is top notch. Writer Tom Bie is the publisher and editor of The Drake magazine, one of the finest grassroots publications anywhere for the fly fishing enthusiast. Producer Jim Klug is another veteran of the fly fishing world - and `world' indeed...
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Martin Kollman on August 31, 2009
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I have seen so much hype about this movie that I finally broke down and bought it. I was not disappointed in it in any way. Excellent cinematography, with exotic locations and some of the tops fishers of those areas. This would be great for clubs or just setting back in your chair while tying flies when you can't get out to play!
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If you are looking for a entertaining video showing fantastic locations, this is it, don't expect to learn any techniques becuase that's not what this video is about. It's about different people fishing different species in different parts of the world. I'm giving it 5 starts becuase it is well shot, entertaining (and just plan relaxing to watch). Don't think I'll ever have the opportunity to fish half the places they show though. Having spent two and a half years in Iraq and Afghanistan I can certainly appreciate the Kashmir fishing trip; don't ever plan on travelling there though. I am very happy with this video and will undoubtably watch it many times over the years.
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By foreverteachable on January 28, 2013
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I am a die hard trout fisherman and a bit biased with the movies I choose. I never get bored of watching big browns caught in Montana or New Zealand. Drift includes fishing for several species in fresh and salt water. The characters and the storyline were interesting and so were the destinations. The cinematography was great and so was the music. I highly recommend the movie.
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By James Longmars on June 1, 2009
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If you are a flyfisherman this is the movie for you! These folks take you to some the greatest locations and show some of the greatest footage of this great sport that we love so much.It's not just a video it's an experience! I've watched it over and over and love the soundtrack music.HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
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