Published Oct 2. 2013 - 6 years ago
Updated or edited Sep 28. 2018


43 miles off the northern coast of Honduras lies an angler's dream. The Bay Islands of Guanaja, with it's rich local fishing history, is quickly being recognized as a fly fishing paradise.

Catch and release is bringing sustainability through the tourism dollar that the island hasn't seen since the massive devastation caused by Hurricane Mitch in 1998. For centuries local fisherman have been harvesting fish that they're now learning to protect for the betterment of the island.

Short film by Chair 8 Media
Music: Fat Freddy's Drop "Ernie", Rodrigo y Gabriela "Tamcun", Jon & Roy "Boon 'Elm"

Martin Joergensen

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