Powerful Documentary About Fly Fisherman's Mission To Help Indigenous Communities Protect Waters

Powerful Documentary About Fly Fisherman's Mission To Help Indigenous Communities Protect Waters

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Powerful Documentary About Fly Fisherman's Mission To Help Indigenous Communities Protect Waters

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“Exploring the world one fish at a time.” 

If you’re a fly fishing fanatic you will delight in this 27 minute documentary about famed angler Oliver White’s ventures around the world to find obscure fishing holes and connect with the local people to preserve their waters. Really well done. To help support the cause please explore Indy Fly charity  HERE:

“Fisherman Oliver White’s life reads like a storybook. Hand-plucked to work for a high-power financial firm while he was a fishing guide, he went on to pursue a dream in the Bahamas, narrowly escape death and build a nonprofit [indifly.org] that takes him around the world using fly fishing to help indigenous communities protect water. A Thousand Casts follows this philosopher and outdoorsman to the Kingdom of Bhutan, where the royal family has invited him to find a mythical fish on the brink of extinction. Does Oliver have “a golden horseshoe up his ass,” or does he possess a depth of character that’s rare in today’s world? The answer reveals itself with each cast.”

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