YETI Presents: Engler

From Yeti and several TFFJ contributing photographers, Ryan Heffernan, Nick Kelley and a handful of other uber talented folks, comes a great short film, Engler, the latest in a series of new videos from our pals at Yeti. We’re introduced to Mark Engler, his home waters, his way of seeing the world through fly fishing and how that has been a guiding light to him and his principles. It is people like Mark and the stories they live that are most inspiring. They are all over, you just have to look a little harder and go a little further and you’ll find them.


“Mark Engler is a guide’s guide. He’s spent decades guiding fishing trips in Colorado and New Mexico and has become a legend for it: the crusty guy who’s seen it all, who catches more fish than anyone, the boat you don’t want to be behind—the one who’s going to get them no matter what. He’s tied some of the most effective flies to target fish in the Four Corners and practically invented the idea of fly fishing for pike around Durango when no one else was doing it.”


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