Saturday, March 25, 2006

Trout Fishing the Flatbrook in NJ

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Dusty Terwilliger was a film student at Sussex County Community College when he made this feature. With his friend, Tony Decker, you'll get a good introduction to trout fishing the Flatbrook - a pristine trout stream that feeds the Delaware River out of the remote hills of NW New Jersey. Dusty is interviewed about his filmmaking by a fellow student. The music comes from Bill Klemm, of Branchville, NJ who produces his music under the label of Roozle Records. William Klemm: CPA LLC 202 USHighway 206 North, Branchville, NJ 07826 - (973) 948-9444. His CD - "Tell it To The Wind" sells for $10 plus shipping

4 comments:

J.R said...

hi guys, just seen your vido on the flat brook and thought you did a great job. this will be my first year fishing the flat brook ,and iam looking forward to it, and your info. helped a lot . hope to run into you guys on the streams. thanks again.

J.R said...

dusty, if you have any more tip you think a newbe could use i would realy apprediate it. like diffrant spots to fish, and any tips on flys , that work well. thanks again.

Buzz Creek said...

J.R. I passed this along by email to Dusty .. who is in a 4 year college now. I hope I have his current email. In any event, do feel free to pass the link for this story around. Funny, you are from NYC. Look up the story on this blog about Phil and the Taxi. Preacher or Pastor Phil does a lot of fishing around Manhattan (not trout, but wet anyway)

Buzz Creek said...

Actually, THIS film was made on the Paulinskill, but the Flatbrook is just over the next ridge. And, I think some shots were made in the Flatbrook. I hope to post the full video later. This is a short version.