Fishing for History's Fishing Video Archive!

A wonderful vintage video of 1940s Montauk fishing tackle shop memories. Pretty awesome stuff…(First posted to The Fishing for History Blog on 051112).


River Monsters star Jeremy Wade shows Kim Kardashian his exotic fish on the Today Show. It appears to be the first time Kardashian has refused to touch a massive, pulsating eel while on camera.

A nifty little film about one woman’s relationship with the legendary fly reel maker Stan Bogdan. (Posted to Tumblr by The Fishing for History Blog on 040212).


A primer on how to get started building your own bamboo fly rod. (Posted to Tumblr by The Fishing for History Blog on 040112).



Steve Campbell of Thomas Rods has crafted the L.L. Bean 100th Anniversary Bamboo Fly Rod. (First posted to The Fishing for History Blog on 032312).


A nifty video highlighting the work of Operation Healing Waters, which helps wounded soldiers rehab through fly fishing. (First posted to The Fishing for History Blog on 032612).


Internet pinup girl Jenn Sterger tries out fly fishing. (Posted to Tumblr by Fishing For History Fishing Video Tumblr Archive on 031012).


Chet Croco of Bellinger Fly Rods gives a bit of background on his company. (Posted to Tumblr by The Fishing for History Blog on 022212).


An interview with my friend and bamboo fly rod maker extraordinaire Jeff Hatton. (Posted to Tumblr by The Fishing for History Blog on 022212).



Matt Heron catches a massive, massive Brown Trout…on video! (First posted to The Fishing for History Blog on 121611).


A kayak fishing underwater video of a massive muskellunge! (First posted to The Fishing for History Blog on 123011).


A video of fishing UNDER the ice. Yes, you read that correctly. (First posted to The Fishing for History Blog on 010512).


This is a classic vintage fishing video of Alaska. (Posted to Tumblr by The Fishing for History Blog on 011212).


A 30 year old tackle box mystery is solved. (Posted to Tumblr by The Fishing for History Blog on 022212).


A vintage video of fishing the Au Sable river in Michigan. (First posted to The Fishing for History Blog on 011212).