This short film by Fly Fishing Nation showcases the incredible environment of Farquhar Atoll. This tiny island in the Indian Ocean just north of Madagascar is considered one of the worlds most remote fisheries. Commercial fishing and natural disasters have left Farquhar devasted in recent decades, but since the implementation of new protection laws, it’s remained untouched for over a year. Maverick fly fishers Jasper Paakonen, Keith Rose-Innes, Devan Van De Merwe and Marina Gibson are the first the cast a line in 13 months, and they arrive to a seemingly untouched natural world. Some of the biggest Bonefish, Triggerfish, Milkfish, GT and Parrotfish on the planet live in these waters, so on light fly tackle the sport is extreme. Told through incredible cinematography and passion, this film shows off the kind of environment we anglers could enjoy if nature is allowed to heal itself.