This insightful documentary shows you fishing in Belize from the perspective of the people who know it best, master fishing guides who know the country’s waters intimately. Belize has gone through a transition from commercial fishing a few generations ago to sports fishing following the rise of tourism. With the country’s expansive saltwater flats, fly fishing in particular attracts the passionate anglers who come to search for tarpon, bonefish and the elusive permit.
The documentary follows Lincoln and Abbie, 2 of Belize’s finest sports fishermen. They will guide you through a great story from old fisherman’s tales before there were any tourists in Belize all the way to the future in store for the young generation in fishing. Learn about the current impact that the tourism development is having on the fisheries and reefs and the fight to conserve them. And of course, you’ll go on the legendary hunt for the Grand Slam of saltwater fly fishing, catching a tarpon, bonefish and permit all in the same day!
Currents in Belize is about the rapidly changing coast of Belize and the people who cherish it most.
Currents of Belize
by McJ Digital
Costa Copyright 2010