I’ve been waiting for this film to arrive at my home since I finished my 10th-ish viewing of Trout Bum Diaries Volume II: Kiwi Camo. I’m addicted to the action and adventure that these lucky SOBs experience.
This trip was a bit different than their last. They weren’t the obvious masters of their environment. It made me, Anglerwannabe, a very happy guy. Not that I don’t want them to catch fish that make us all sick, but it’s nice to know that fishing can be hard for everyone. Now, fishing the little pond/lake/puddle across the street from me aint easy so going to a foreign country and relying on people that don’t speak my language to provide transportation and yack hair is darn near unfathomable for me. I don’t think I’ll ever have the opportunity to try something like that.
The DVD had really nice landscape photography they are known for mixed in with close-ups of the catfish-head salmonid called Taimen. It had some typical hungover tent scenes. It had a few fish-on (or beast-on) sequences though noticeably less than previous films. That didn’t distract from my enjoyment though. The AEG boys are really getting good at making these types of flicks. I don’t want to go too much in to detail about it as the trailer for the film does a good job.
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