Costa + Indifly
Check out how a giant fish helped save a struggling village in the free Costa film Jungle Fish.
Whether fishing trout in a mountain stream or watching chains of tarpon crossing sand flats toward your skiff, angling moments completely absorb us and everything else fades away. We might sleep in our truck for days just to catch the hatch just right or fly thousands of miles to fish where none ever has. Meticulous in fly selection, enamored with the fish we pursue and joyful to release them after the catch, Fly anglers go to great lengths to protect the fish and where they live. It is a pursuit made for the eyes and the soul. Now you know why Costa is the sunglass choice for fly fisherman around the world.
Costa Pros in the Spotlight
Oliver White defines explorer. His passport has chapters. Oliver shunned a life on Wall Street to peruse new species around the globe and through his writing, photography and the many films he has appeared in, Oliver has shown us the ends of the earth.
When it comes to permit fishing, Capt. Will Benson of Key West is one of the best. A native Florida Keys “Conch,” Will has dedicated his life to the pursuit of the fly fisherman’s “Holy Grail” while attempting to protect the resource and share his exploits. His highly-acclaimed films have been featured at venues throughout the fishing community.
What’s happening in the Fly community
Costa is a proud sponsor of the 2018 Fly Fishing Film Tour. In its 12th annual lap around the globe, the 2018 Fly Fishing Film Tour will make its way to theaters in more than 175 cities in eight countries. Click here for schedule and ticket information.
Costa, the founding member of Indifly scours the globe to find community based catch and release fishing projects which help create economic stability and a base for conservations. Find out about our success in Guyana with the Amerindians and Arapaima as well as other IndiFly Projects and get involved.
SLAM is Costa’s highly anticipated annual film project that follows three female anglers from different walks of life as they seek to catch a tarpon, bonefish and permit on fly. Filmed entirely in the Florida Keys, these celebrated female anglers utilize some of the best fishing guides in the industry to pursue their ultimate flats quest. This beautiful film is celebrates female anglers and their passion for the sport and the fish that change our lives. We are launching Costa SLAM nationwide, alongside two applauded short films—“Old Friends, New Fish” and “Odd Man Out.” Come check out show times and locations near you.
Costa’s project Guyana is an effort to help a struggling village to conserve its way of life and natural surroundings through the creation of a catch and release lodge. Through this project, Costa found found Indifly who is making changes in communities around the globe.
Plastic is poisoning our planet. Did you know there is nearly as much plastic in the ocean as there are fish? With statistics like this, Costa is doing its part to turn the tide. Aside from cleaning up our own, Costa initiated the Kick Plastic Guide Program to help guides and captains find alternatives to single use plastic water bottles. No one wants to live in a plastic sea.
The Costa Trout Unlimited 5 Rivers program helps to establish fishing clubs in colleges and universities across the country with the goal of discovering the next generation of anglers and conservationists.
Tune in to the award-winning GEOBASS series and follow the boys as they risk life and limb to make their dream of catching bass around the world a reality.
Costa supports restoring historic flows south from Lake Okeechobee to the Florida Everglades. We take care of our backyard. For more information click here.