As we’ve noted, the film work of Black Fly Eyes is something we’re always excited about. Now we can enjoy a new full-length film short that takes on the salty flats of Astove Island in the Seychelles.
From the filmmakers:
“The very first trip to remote Astove island in Seychelles came very unexpected this year and we had just couple of days to prepare for it. Any how it was minimum plans for scenery made during the flight time and basically everything went spontaneous. We had 6 days of fishing with some nice spring tides and explored everything what Astove fishing has to offer. Dredging and teasing for GT`s, fishing in the surf, skinny flats and solid bonefish, permit fishing in the beautiful lagoon, fishing from the cliffs and beach, popping in the mouth etc. Fishing was insane with loads of action and brutality. Surroundings and views were breath taking and sunsets with ice cold gin&tonic gave us chill out to it`s max.
So here is our “spontaneous adventure” witch turned out into mini documentary ASTOVE.”
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