Todd Moen has traveled the world for many years. We’ve often been able to keep up with his ventures through his films, and for his son Charlie, that was also how he kept tabs on Todd. In ‘Travels with Charlie’, Moen’s new film, his son joins him for a trip to the Great Bear Rainforest to fly fish for Coho salmon.
From the International Fly Fishing Film Festival:
“Eleven year-old Charlie Moen makes his debut on film with a trip into British Columbia’s Great Bear Rainforest in search of Coho salmon on the fly. Born into fly fishing, this young boy finds big fish on the rivers feeding Kimsquit Bay. Featuring classic high-action hookups, gorgeous aerial shots and plenty of chrome, ‘Travels with Charlie’ is an uplifting story of a boy’s perspective on fishing and working with his filmmaking father. Orcas and whales, eagles and bears…this is the quintessential B.C. and reminds even the seasoned angler of their humble and exciting beginnings into the sport of fly fishing. Only at IF4™ in 2020!”
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