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Journey Home – a Steelhead Fly Fishermen’s Movie (Trailer)

A Steelhead, double handed Spey rod, fly fishing movie. Filmed in the Pacific Northwest in Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia. Rivers fished: Campbell, Chetco, Clackamas, Cowlitz, Gold, Klickitat, Nimpkish, and Methow. A storyline movie that evolves around a life review for protagonist, Jeff Layton. After awakening from a year long coma resulting from a terrible car accident, Jeff slips back in a dream state consciousness where he interacts with his higher self/guardian angel. Together they review all the rivers that Jeff fished in 2011. Fifty percent of the fishing scenes are shot in “point of view” perspective, suggesting that the viewers perspective is the same as the protagonist’s. For Steelhead fly fishermen interested in fishing these rivers the film gives you a look and feel of what to expect if you plan on fishing these rivers. The story is interesting enough to keep the non fisher people interested in the movie with good opening and closing scenes. Film is formatted in HD 1080p 30 frames/second. 16:9 widescreen. Available in DVD, and Blue-ray DVD. 63 Minutes Long. Film by WaterWorkFilms.com


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