Take a trip to tropics with ‘Waypoints’ fly fishing film
Forget thinking it’s spring — the brief change in weather this week may signal a return to winter.
And what better way to celebrate some dreary cold weather than watching a movie about fishing in tropical paradises around the world?
Waypoints, produced by Jim Klug and Chris Patterson of Confluence Films, is a multi-segmented fly fishing film shot around the world in freshwater and saltwater.
You’ll notice it’s not winter everywhere. Waypoints features locations ranging from flats fishing at St. Brandon’s Atoll in the Indian Ocean, trout fishing the wilds of Patagonia, southeast Alaska for steelhead, the Himalayan rivers of India for Golden Mahseer, and the jungles of Venezuela for saber-toothed Payara.
Sponsored by Grand Valley Anglers, Western Anglers and Colorado West Slope Fly Fishing, the film shows at 6:30-9:30 p.m. tonight at Baron’s Bar & Gourmet Grill, 539 Colorado Ave.