Not one but TWO outstanding fishing documentaries are being shown on Tuesday April 1st at 7pm.
A courageous band of fly fishermen risks everything in one of the last wild places on earth, the Kamchatka Peninsula of the Russian Far East. It may as well be at the end of the earth. Its enormous, wild landscape is threaded with rivers, teeming with massive mouse-eating trout, bugs and bears. In other words, this place is the Holy Grail for truly obsessed, halfway insane fly fishermen. They brave Cold War helicopters, grizzlies, massive mosquitoes, and even Bigfoot in search of rainbow trout, salmon and the ultimate fish story.
Imagine a pristine Alaskan watershed with the most productive Sockeye salmon rivers in the world, teeming with millions of native fish pushing up river to spawn. Now imagine the world’s largest open pit gold and copper mine at their headwaters. This film by co-directors Travis Rummel and Ben Knight has done much to bring Alaska’s Pebble Mining controversy to the forefront of public consciousness. The film follows the subsistence and commercial salmon fishermen of Bristol Bay, Alaska, as they work tirelessly to make their living off the land and water, and combat the proposed open pit gold and copper Pebble Mine.
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