Documentary. The story of the founding of the Federation of Fly Fishers (FFF) & the McKenzie Fly Fishers (MFF)...along w/ a few fish tales. In June of 1965, a Conclave of Sportsmen, Writers & involved citizens assembled in Eugene, Oregon to set in motion the formation of a Nat'l Fly Fishing organization dedicated to "the promotion of fly fishing as the highest expression of sportsmanship in angling & preservation of waters & game-fish through programs of conservation." 45 min. INCLUDES DVD EXTRAS: * Fly fishing with Ted Williams * General Norman Schwarzkopf * Steelheading * Much more fun WHAT THE EXPERTS ARE SAYING: "To promote fly fishing as the highest expression of sportsmanship in angling & preservation of waters & gamefish through programs of conservation." --Federation of Fly Fishers Inaugural Conclave, 1965. ABOUT THE PRODUCER/DIRECTOR: MICHAEL M. WILSON: Never Name the River debuts the work of Mr. Wilson & his multimedia company, lazyriver.net. Based in Eugene, Oregon, lazyriver.net is dedicated to the presentation & preservation of social, spiritual & environmental values. Mr. Wilson serves as a volunteer with the Oregon Trout Salmon Watch Program, is on the board of directors for Nyen-Gyud Samten Choe-Ling Tibetan Buddhist Meditation Center, and is an avid organic gardener. ABOUT THE EDITOR/SOUND ENGINEER: Richard Del Guercio runs Media Tonic, a small production company specializing in projects of social significance.