Film: A Look at Fly Fishing and Climate Change in COLD WATERS

COLD WATERS from Conservation Hawks on Vimeo.

A while back, we posted the trailer for COLD WATERS – a film that looks at fly fishing and climate change through the perspective of some of the most respected anglers and activists in the U.S. Conservation Hawks has now posted the film short in full.

From Conservation Hawks:

“At the end of the 2014 fishing season, five respected fly fishermen – Craig Mathews of Blue Ribbon Flies, Yvon Chouinard of Patagonia, Steve Hemkens of Orvis, Tim Romano of Angling Trade and Todd Tanner of Conservation Hawks – came together to fish for wild trout and share their thoughts on angling and climate change.

COLD WATERS was shot in Montana in October, 2014. It celebrates the joy and passion of fly fishing, and educates anglers on the threat we face from global warming. The film, which is a collaboration between Conservation Hawks and the cinematic team at Conservation Media, focuses on our responsibility to protect cold, clean waters and healthy landscapes, and to stand up for future generations of Americans.”

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