Friday, January 14, 2011

Walker's Cay Chronicles Lives!

Quite possibly the greatest fishing television show ever produced still lives! When I was little, when fly fishing was new and mysterious, I remember waking up early on Saturday mornings, setting up the VCR and recording episodes of The Walker's Cay Chronicles.  My eyes were glued to the TV as Flip Pallot rode the ragged edge where the fish are big and wild.  I replayed each episode and marveled at Flip's seemingly effortless casting stroke and his air tight loops.  When I was first dabbling in fly fishing I mimicked Flip's grips, his stance and his stroke in an effort to duplicate what I saw on his show.

Sadly the show is no longer on the air and hasn't been for a while.  Up until this moment I thought the Walker's Cay Chronicles lived on only in the recess of my memory and on the few VHS tapes that remain.  No longer.  Click here and see many complete episodes of the Walker's Cay Chronicles. 

Click here to go to Flip Pallot's web page and click casting lesson to watch the master in action. 

Tight lines. 


  1. Thanks for sharing! This is a major discovery... you may have saved my life. Michigan winter and cabin fever have set in. This vids will allow me to travel somewhere else, if only for a short while. Love Flip! His show and Jose's inspired me to pick up a fly rod.

  2. Jeff - Couldn't keep this one to myself. I still can't believe they are complete episodes not just your typical 4 minute clips. Jose's a rock star as well.