Spooled Reels
An online video site for progressive fly fishing digital media, artwork, and music.

Feature Fly Fishing Films

Feature Fly Fishing Films

These are our feature films that debuted in the last couple of years.

"Mack Attack" is a short film about catching Spanish Mackerel on fly rods with Captain Court Douthit @recreationalspecialist and Phil Lovelady @1sightcast in Tampa Bay, Florida. If you enjoyed this video, give it a like. Leave a comment below with your thoughts.
A short film about catching Baby Tarpon on 5wt flyrods in the Everglades. If you enjoyed this video, give it a like. Leave a comment below with your thoughts.
A short film about catching Tripletail on 5wt flyrods. If you enjoyed this video, give it a like. Leave a comment below with your thoughts.
A destination is point A to B. This film is about what happens when you pull off the road and search for point Z. Our first Spooled Reels film is filled with beautiful landscape and wildlife shots of the Florida Everglades. Follow our short adventure to film the famous Baby Tarpon on the side of the Tamiami Trail.

This film is about that special time that happens everyday as the night closes in. It is a magical time to be outdoors to take in all the wonders of life, including the spectacular top water bass fishing in the evening.

Memories make up who you are. They are the roads that connect the past to the present. Scientist say that old memories are stored in the frontal cortex of our brains. Travel into my frontal cortex in this film to see my favorite fishing memory.


Here is a quick teaser for our new fly fishing horror movie film, "The Creek". Find out what happens when a secret spot posted on a blog gives an angler a HELL of a day of fishing.

Everyday we drive to work in our iron coffins. We are wolfs in sheep clothing and the J├Ąger's inside us want to get out. Let the hunt for baby Tarpon begin...

3 days in the Dry Tortugas is a fly fisherman's dream. We found a place as fisherman where it would take a lifetime to catch all of the endless species in the ecosystem. This truly was a place where the toils of our daily lives were put on pause for "Infinity".


There is a darkness that has come to Key of Cedars. Two knights from the House of Skinny Water are the only ones who can save the town from a giant monster who has come to feed. A film by Christopher Helt

Peter Husted from Denmark and I spent a week chasing Peacock Bass in the never-ending canals of Miami. Here is our story... If you enjoyed this video, give it a like. Leave a comment below with your thoughts.