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JWFF Video Clips

On most of our guided fishing trips we take short video clips, particularly if its a big battle with nice fish, or maybe something educational/informative, or maybe just something interesting in the outdoors.  We see a lot in our time on the water, a good bit of it we’d like to share with you.  On this page you’ll find a little bit of everything, we have a YouTube Channel that has all types of video clips and links and more.  Also, we have additional ones on Flickr and HookTV. and also have had several appearances on local news stations like WXII NewsChannel 12, WFMY-2, and WGHP-FOX8.  Below are some of our video clips.  Check back often, as we post new stuff weekly.

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Jeff Wilkins Fly Fishing on YouTube

Be sure to check out our YouTube Channel, as we post video clips almost daily here including fishing footage, fly tying recipes, and more.  You can check out a clip from our channel below and also visit our Channel here .  On the channel can subscribe to our videos and receive them right to your inbox, as well as share them with family, friends, and co-workers.


Beginning Fly Fishing 101 w/Jeff Wilkins on FOX8 Morning News

Here’s a short segment with Shannon Smith of WGHP Fox 8 that aired live on the morning news with Brad Jones and Cindy Farmer in July 2010.  It was a feature on our Beginning Fly Fishing Classes at GTCC.

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Roy’s Folks Fly Tying Feature  “The Fly Tie Guy”  July 2010

Spent a nice morning at the Tying Bench with Roy’s Folks’ Roy Ackland and Roy’s producer David Weatherly.  I have known David and Roy for years and have done previous segments with them about 20 yrs ago.  David and Roy have won an Emmy Award for their work on the Roy’s Folks feature.

FOX 8 Morning Feature with Shannon Smith of WGHP/FOX 8


On Stream Feature with WXIINewsChannel 12’s Austin Caviness…..

Spent the day with WXII NewsChannel 12’s Austin Caviness in Ashe County.  It was a fun day and he is quite a fly angler and did a remarkable job of coaxing about 30 rainbows, browns, and brook trout to net.  We were supposed to film for a few hours and then Austin and his cameraman were going to head back.  But not so, the fishing was great, and it was one of those ‘getting home too late for dinner.”