Fishing films you first saw on TFF

Watched a good fishing film lately, why not talk about it in here.
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Fishing films you first saw on TFF

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Really enjoyed that.Thanks for posting.
Does anyone wear a shirt and tie to go fishing these days?

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Grumpy wrote: Thu Oct 07, 2021 11:40 pm Really enjoyed that.Thanks for posting.
Does anyone wear a shirt and tie to go fishing these days?
I haven't worn a tie for 25 years :eyebrow:

I do enjoy these old films, mind you, sitting on the bank with a bunch of grayling cooking for lunch? They are delicious but.....

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Dave Burr wrote: Fri Oct 08, 2021 9:39 am
Grumpy wrote: Thu Oct 07, 2021 11:40 pm Really enjoyed that.Thanks for posting.
Does anyone wear a shirt and tie to go fishing these days?
I haven't worn a tie for 25 years :eyebrow:

I do enjoy these old films, mind you, sitting on the bank with a bunch of grayling cooking for lunch? They are delicious but.....

I've never tried them, and don't suppose I ever will. What are they like? Anything like trout?
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MaggotDrowner wrote: Tue Oct 12, 2021 4:55 pm [
I've never tried them, and don't suppose I ever will. What are they like? Anything like trout?
I ate a couple back in my teens along with a trout from the same stretch. The trout tasted like silt (I've had much better from elsewhere) but the grayling were divine, probably the best freshwater fish I've had.

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