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Land of Little Rivers
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Land of Little Rivers is the story of the birthplace of American fly fishing. The Catskills area of New York is a place of cold water and big Trout, known to anglers as the golden circle. This small area of paradise where historic rivers like the Beaverkill, the Neversink and the Willowemoc converge is the lifeblood of a community rooted in fishing. Produced by businessman and lifelong obsessed fly fisher Bruce Concors, it’s a story told by those who owe their lives to the water. Guides ‘The Lady’ Rachel Finn, ‘The Professor’ Ben Rinker, ‘The Wild Man’ Rob Lewis and ‘The Legend’ Dave Brandt are as much a part of fly fishing in the Catskills as the water itself. The film visits the bars, the lodges, the clubs, the tackle shops and the legendary characters keeping this invaluable place of American history alive. It’s a film about every reason we love to fly fish.

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Heartwarming on a dull and misty autumn day

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12th October 2022

I really enjoyed this piece of art. All the characters impressed me, as I am still new to fly fishing, but it seems to be something I ve been missing all over the years and feels like getting closer to cracking the code of lifelong happiness. Thanks for sharing, Philipp

Philipp Goebel

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