Back Bay – Short Film
Protecting Your Home Waters Starts With You.
A Flymen short film featuring Lefty Kreh and Walt Cary chronicling the rise and fall of a legendary fishery in Coastal Virginia.
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About Caleb Welborn:
Caleb mostly points a camera at anything fishy and drinks coffee. When not fly fishing, he enjoys mountain biking and other outdoor activities including snowboarding and soccer.
Comments on this post (8)
A group of us owned a cabin on Muddy Creek Rd during the late 60’s till 90’s. Hunted and bass fished in Landing Cove during the peak years! We fly fished out of truck tire tubes, one eye on the popping bug, one on the moccasins!! Great times!
— Ed Owens
…да !!! здорово у вас…порыбачить, бы с вами..красота!
Caleb, you and the fine folks at Flymen Fishing Co out did yourself with this film. With Cory’s voice over and the great footage and interviews you guys did, well……it’s something to behold . I can’t tell you just how much I enjoyed it, and was thrilled to have it premier at this year’s Virginia Fly Fishing & Wine Festival After-Party. Well done Caleb, well done !!
— Beasley, Beau
A thoroughly enjoyable video and a lesson for us all.
— Don Dixon
What a beautiful film and excellent history lesson. As Santayana said, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it”. Let’s hope that the telling of this story will be the lesson necessary to prevent the same from happening to our own local waters.
— Mike B.
— Frank Livingston
I’ve only been fly fishing and tieing fly’s for fishing for about 8 years.Would like to see more articles and videos on tieing jointed flys. As Bass and eventually salmon are my main target fish
— Tim Stewart
What a great history lesson. As someone new to this area it is really good to know the past and the present conditions of the local water and wildlife conditions. Do you have any advice on how local anglers can assist in the restoration or education of our natural resources? Thank you.