Last spring, the good folks at Patagonia, along with generous sponsors (Far Bank Enterprises, YETI, and Costa Del Mar), presented the fly fishing world with a condensed cut of their film, Finding Fontinalis, for the 2016 Fly Fishing Film Tour.
The film told the story of one of the oldest recorded fishing world records in history, a disputed 14.5 lb. brook trout, while following anglers, Bart Bonime, Yvon Chouinard, and Bryan Gregson, in pursuit of the new world record squaretail. During their quest however, the crew was reminded of the importance of conservation, in an inspiring tale that every angler can relate to their home watersheds.
Well, we just got word that the full-feature length video is now available for screenings by fly fishing dealers, grassroots conservation groups, and individuals around the world, starting today!
We can’t wait to see the full video, and we have a feeling many you can’t either! In the meantime, be sure to check out the latest trailer below.
For more information on hosting a screening, or to find out where to watch Finding Fontinalis, visit the film’s official website by clicking right here.
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