In recent times, thanks to advancements in techniques and equipment, fly fishermen have begun targeting the large predators that dominate the rivers, lakes and oceans in which they preside.
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. Trout in the swamps of New Zealand lay in ambush, exploding on damselflies as they mate in the air. Others, like the mighty barramundi of Australia’s North, use brute power 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.
Featuring –Australia, Japan, Tahiti, USA and New Zealand