Fly fishermen have always lusted after big fish, those large predators that dominate the rivers, lakes and oceans in which they preside. Narrated by Greg French,
PREDATOR explores the globe highlighting the most fascinating predators that can be taken with a fly rod.
These large predators employ all sorts of techniques to maximise their chance of catching prey. Some, like the queenfish use pure speed to outrun and crush their prey in the surface film. Others like the rainbow trout of New Zealand’s swamps use cunning and guile to get a feed. Regardless of the species, a film about fishing for the world’s greatest predators is guaranteed to be a visual extravaganza.
Running time approximately 50 minutes plus 20 minutes bonus material
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