Rolf Nylinder and Peter Christensen’s newest documentary “Fly Fishing in the Anthropocene” features the almost prehistoric wilderness of Kamchatka in Far East Russia. All the players in the crazy region are featured: massive rainbow trout, hook-jawed salmon and, of course, massive brown bears. Nylinder focuses on the importance of keeping this wilderness wild and free, as more and more commercial interests and poaching impede upon the truly mind-blowing amount of natural life in the rivers of the Russian peninsula.
Be sure to read our interview with Rolf for in Faces of Fly Fishing Series
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