From the filmmaker:
“This is a short movie about my fly-fishing adventures in the Tuamotu Archipelago, French Polynesia, in the quest for bonefish. Fishing was tough but rewarding. Side catches in the form of trevally, triggerfish and long-nosed emperor. Some encounters with hungry sharks, and gracious rays.
The music is by the Icelandic band Sigur Rós (sigur-ros.co.uk). The song is called Hoppípolla.
The images were shot with a GoPro 3 Silver Edition camera, worn on the chest most of the time. The video was edited with iMovie 11.
Check out anadromousflyfishing.com.”