Yow: Icelandic for Yes!

Surf & Fly fishing film across Iceland

"The thing is: it’s not just a word, it’s a feeling — it’s smiling with a pull of whiskey after a long day in the rain, it’s believing in the unknown. From rendezvousing with 16th generation farmers while discovering un-fished rivers to sitting in lonely line-ups while the snow falls — Iceland’s landscape and culture is an incredible background in which to chase the Yow."

 

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