Fly Fishing Movie to Benefit Conservation Projects
On Nov 8 Confluence Films will be showing its newest fly fishing flick ‘Waypoints’ at multiple locations throughout the world to benefit various conservatiuon interests.
Source: Fly Talk
The movie follows in the footsteps of Confluence's three previous films ‘Drift’, ‘Rise’, and ‘Connect’ and is a multi-segmented fly fishing film shot all around the world with locations including: St. Brandon's Atoll in the Indian Ocean, Patagonian Chile, South east Alaska for steelhead, India for golden mahseer, and the jungles of Venezuela for payara.
As with all Confluence films, the aim — besides getting people jacked up for fly fishing — is to help raise money for conservation and this year, ‘Waypoints’ will be showing at many locations to raise money for many different conservation organizations.
Check out the ‘Waypoints’ tour location page to see if there are showings in a town near you and if you are a fly fishing club, retailer or conservation body and would like to organize and host your own screening event then contact Confluence Films at: email@example.com
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