Turning Tail - Throughout the east coast of North America, from Long Island Sound to the northern most point of Labrador if you look closely, you will find the chrome beauty known as Salmo Salar. The Atlantic salmon is arguably the holy grail of freshwater angling, a cultural icon and a great indicator of the effect of man's troubled history with his natural environment. This journey explores the outer most reaches from the wilds of Labrador, the Gaspe Bay Peninsula and New Brunswick to the inner workings of hatcheries and fish traps. From the rich sporting heritage to the mystery while at sea, this film will take you on an exploration of a lifetime, well beyond the leap. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

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Turning Tail

Throughout the east coast of North America, from Long Island Sound to the northern most point of Labrador if you look closely, you will find the chrome beauty known as Salmo Salar. The Atlantic salmon is arguably the holy grail of freshwater angling, a cultural icon and a great indicator of the effect of man's troubled history with his natural environment. This journey explores the outer most reaches from the wilds of Labrador, the Gaspe Bay Peninsula and New Brunswick to the inner workings of hatcheries and fish traps. From the rich sporting heritage to the mystery while at sea, this film will take you on an exploration of a lifetime, well beyond the leap.
Originator: 
Gray Ghost Productions
Submitter: 
Martin Joergensen
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