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The North Atlantic Miracle

Of all the species of fish out there, perhaps the most iconic is the Atlantic Salmon, and much of that is down to the species remarkable lifecycle. North Atlantic Miracle – shot in the astonishing scenery and untouched scenery of western Iceland – tells these fishes’ life stories from their point of view– from vulnerable fry, hatched out of pinkish eggs hidden among the gravel of the riverbed, constantly under threat of predation, until the semi-mature fish head out to sea to feed, and their eventual return to spawn and start the process again. This affectionately shot film includes amazing scenery and underwater footage of salmon in their natural home, and highlights not only the natural dangers that salmon must overcome in order to complete the cycle and spawn, but also includes some of the most amazing fishing action we’ve seen.  

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