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A Steelhead Family - Official HD video 3.1
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A Steelhead Family - Official HD video 3.1 (19 min 34 sec)
Uploaded on 09-14-2013 at 06:21 PM by Ribby
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This was posted once some time ago by one of the long time members and I just stumbled on it again so I figured, post it here...! :cheers:

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What if fishing was so important that you would change your life to pursue it? You would focus your entire life around it and raise your family to appreciate every aspects of the sport for themselves. A Steelhead Family walks you through a few days in the lives of the Clay family (Bob, Jed, Kaili, Kathy & Kateri), who have done just that. Headed by bamboo rod builder Bob Clay, this accomplished steelheading family makes the sport of spey casting look easy while illustrating the importance of the survival of these great fish in BC, Canada. A true fishing family in one of the last wild Steelheading strongholds left on earth. created, edit, directed and produced by: Andrew Hardingham - Ubiquitous water Media

Tags: bamboo, bob clay, canada, clay, conservation, environment, film, fly fishing, hardingham, kispiox, river, riverwatch, salmon, skeena, spey casting, steelhead, ubiquitous media, water

A Steelhead Family - Official HD video 3.1
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In watching this there were many things that immediately struck me, all captivating my interest. The interview that struck me between 1530-1700 seemed particularly poignant when I realized much the same was once said of our more local waters. All the more reason to take heed.
 
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