The Beast In The Wilderness

He may not be a house hold name in the steelhead fishing world yet, but that’s all about to change.

Joining the crew of The GRAB, on our next trip into the wilderness, is infamous cinematographer Phil Eastvold; aka Phil BEASTVOLD, aka Four-Pin-Phil, aka The Cake Slayer.

Some would say, his reputation in the movie business is legendary, most would say notorious.  Highly respected, but even more widely feared, when he walks on set, or steps into a pair of waders, tensions rise.

Known for being quick with a knife, and even quicker with a forty-cal.  His eye, for achieving fantastic imagery, is as sharp as his penchant for flying planes within an inch of their breaking point and bombing powder chutes, previously thought unridable.  Phil Eastvold.  The man… the myth… the legend.

If you see him in the wild, don’t even think about making eye contact.

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About twohandedriot

My name is Jeremy Quinlan and I am the producer of the upcoming Spey fishing for Wild Steelhead movie called THE GRAB! I have worked in the film and television industry since the mid-ninties and have been a dedicated fly fisherman even longer. To merge my work and my passions together I embarked on a mission to make a movie that is all wild... all California... all the time. THE GRAB! will entertain and enlighten its' audience about the life, sport and conservation of Wild Steelhead and other anadromous fish in California and the Pacific Northwest. Check it out, feel THE GRAB!
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One Response to The Beast In The Wilderness

  1. Pat Quinlan says:

    Looking forward to seeing your new footage!

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