Most of us who fly fish are familiar with Joe. He's possibly taught more people to fly fish than anyone else in history through his many books, videos, lectures, classes, & -most importantly - as the fly fishing instructor at Penn State for decades. It's not just that Joe has been at it for many years (70 to count), but it's that he's one of the best that ever tossed a fly line or taught people how to fly fish. He is quite literally a living legend. What's even more amazing is that Joe, at 86 years young (as he puts it) hasn't shown any signs of slowing down.
This movie, called "Live The Stream", attempts to tell Joe's story: the story of him as an angler, a teacher, & as a man. It's still in production &, as an independently made film, needs donations to be finished. The crew making the film seems to be very skilled & professional, but they could use a little help to get this promising movie onto the screen for us to see. If you can help them out, please do so (they offer some really cool stuff for those who donate).
You can read more about the film, including how to help get this movie completed, HERE.
If you've never read one of Joe's books or watched a video of his, do so as soon as you can. It will most certainly make you a better angler in some way. That sounds like pie-in-the-sky, doesn't it? I can assure you that it's not. Joe's books & videos are, hands down, the best in the "how-to" genre I've ever read.
Please take a moment to watch the trailer for this movie. You'll be glad you did.