Spooled Reels
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Short Sessions

Short Sessions

These are our short session videos. Nothing but hardcore fish porn. 

In this Spooled Reels short, I pull on a big Cedar Key Redfish with a TFO Mangrove 9 wt. If you enjoyed this video, give it a like. Leave a comment below with your thoughts.

In this short session, Tyler catches old #7, a Redfish that we have caught multiple times on the same flat. If you enjoyed this video, give it a like.


Here is short edit I put together from spending a day on the water breaking in the new motor on my Beavertail Micro. If you enjoyed this video, give it a like.


In Docklight Chronicles v1.4, Ethan and I lose sleep to hunt fish that go bump in the night. If you enjoyed this video, give it a like.



In this short session, we hunt for Oscars on fly and get some sweet underwater eats. If you enjoyed this video, give it a like.


Here is Tyler Davis (tdrx32 on Instagram) hooking into a Big Nasty on fly in Cedar Key.

In this short session we head into the back country to look for Snook hiding in the mangroves on a cold winter day.


Chris Sexton and I push poled into the backcountry and sight fished Snook on fly that were laid up on mud flats.

Chris Sexton and I had plans to pole for winter time Redfish on fly but we were pushed off the flats by high winds. We escaped into the backcountry for some micro Snook on fly. A film by Christopher Helt

Things are getting digital again. Follow Captain Ethan Kiburze, Max Michalski, and Ethan Nash as they hunt Snook under the cover of darkness.



Captain Ethan Kiburze and Max Michalski take us further into the darkness to show off some beautiful Snook eats over underwater LED lights.


We continue our journey deeper into the darkness with Captain Ethan Kiburze and Max Michalski as they hunt giant Snook on fly with a digital twist.

In our new series the "Dock Light Chronicles", Captain Ethan Kiburze and Max Michalski light up the night with on point fly fishing skills and giant Snook on fly.

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We used the long rods to strip strike some giant Everglades Redfish during super skinny winter low tides in the back country.


We used the long rods to pull some baby Tarpon and Snook from the safety of their docks. We even were lucky enough to hear a "magical" Tarpon burp.


This film is about the Tarpon that hang around the docks of Bud N' Mary's Marina in Islamorada, FL. Check out the beautiful slow motion footage of Tarpon being hand-fed in one of the most famous tourist destinations of the Florida Keys.


This is our entry into the Neumann Films "Summer In" film competition. We wanted to represent the saltwater fly fishing film makers in this competition. The shots in this short film are from movies that will be released in the near future and some shots that will probably never make it off of the cutting floor again.