The Headwater Chronicles - An Adventure Fly Fishing Series
N59° - A Journey to the Bering Sea
Film Duration: 5:45 - Released November 4, 2008
This short film follows a group of friends from a extremely remote Alaskan lake SouthWest 55 miles to the Bering Sea. The stream in this film sees less than four float trips per year
and until the late 1990's was considered unavigable. The first two days of this trip consisted of dragging rafts over endless shallow gravel bars until the South Fork of the river connected with the
North Fork some 15 miles from the lake. From there on, it was smooth sailing and constant action. At times, the term every cast was a reality and not an exaggeration. When a fly was cast over a chum or sockeye spawn bed,
it was never more than a few seconds before a 16"-25" rainbow grabbed the presentation. This is the story of the fishing trip of a lifetime.
This film was made possible by a collaborative effort between Magic Tailout Media, Small Stream, LLC and the fly fishing dorks who went on this trip. None of this would have been possible without them.
Small Stream Outfitters would also like to thank Temple Fork Outfitters and Korkers Boot Company for their support.
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Stay tuned for more Headwater Chronicles in the upcoming months. Future episodes include First Descent; Central Oregon Coast Steelhead and Situk River, Alaska Steelhead.
Both episodes are scheduled for release in 2009.