Tuesday, May 6, 2008
The Complete Angler - Chapter 3
James Prosek (artist/writer), Fritz Mitchell (producer/editor) and Peter Franchella (cinematographer) produced a Peabody Award winning film documenting Prosek’s travels in the footsteps of the 17th century English writer, Izaak Walton.
Way Upstream now brings you Part 3 of the mini-series - The Complete Angler. In this chapter James fishes a tributary of the Thames in London that Walton fished three hundred and fifty years before, the River Lea. Walton was forced out of London during the English Civil War and returned to the pastoral beauty of his homeland in Derbyshire and the beautiful River Dove in the Peak District.
Way Upstream Productions Copyright 2008
Posted by El Pescador at 7:08 AM
Labels: ambassador, art, fishing, fly, flyfishing, izaak walton, prosek, trout, video, youtube
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A wonderful piece of work that is beautiful in many ways. Thank you for posting! Certainly a great reference to guide people to when they want to know why we fish.
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