Published Jun 8. 2017 - 2 years ago

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Lendemain de Trôle presents the Cascapedia River in all its glory with 12 salmons caught in 4 and a half days of fishing!
A fly fishing film addresses the basics of catch and release, and the story of Micmac Camp with The LDT touch that leaves no one indifferent!

Lendemain de Trôle vous présente la rivière Cascapédia dans toute sa splendeur avec 12 saumons capturés en 4 jours et demi de pêche !
Un film de pêche à la mouche, qui aborde les fondements de la remise à l’eau, et l’histoire du Camp MicMac avec la touche LDT qui ne laisse personne indifférent !

Continuez à nous suivre / Keep following us on
www.lendemaindetrole.com
www.facebook.com/lendemaindetrole

Micmac Camp
www.micmaccamp.com
www.facebook.com/Micmac-Camp

Produit par / Produced by
35mmproductions
www.35mmprod.com

Réalisé par / Directed by
Francois Lambert

Assistant
Jean-Sébastien Rousseau

Caméra principale / Main camera by
Francois Lambert

Assistant caméra
Jean-Sébastien Rousseau
Denis Lambert
Pierre-André Hould

Musique par / Music by

Xavier Rudd - Guku
Flume & Chet Faker - Drop the game
Everlast - What It's like (Instrumental)
MI'kmaq Honour Song
Matt Simons - Catch & Release
Xavier Rudd - Follow the sun
Notorious BIG - Juicy

Originator: 
Submitter: 
Martin Joergensen
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