The Henry’s Fork is a tributary of the Snake River in Idaho and it’s one of the most hallowed stretches of trout-bearing water on earth. Fly anglers across the globe know Henry’s Fork, speak in hushed tones about the place. Many are careful stewards of traditional fly fishing practices, pipe-smoking, plaid-jacket wearing upper crust fishing types. Others, like the subjects of this film, are more down-to-earth, anything goes types. Who outfishes who? Doesn’t matter. This short is just a story about fishing. It’s not about fishing at all, really. It’s about the love of place. And the community that surrounded photographer Bryan Gregson as he moved from life as a badass snowboarder and winter photographer to fly fishing. A misfit in a community of misfits.