Conservation Hawks Releases Cold Waters Film

CH shares new Cold Waters film with America’s anglers

Conservation Hawks Releases Cold Waters Film
Conservation Hawks Releases Cold Waters Film
Conservation Hawks
Conservation Hawks

Bigfork, MT -(Ammoland.com)- Conservation Hawks, Inc., a group of hunters and anglers working to defend America’s sporting heritage, will release an important new film to the public on April 21.

Cold Waters, a 10-minute film shot on a spectacular southwestern Montana spring creek, celebrates the joy and passion of fly fishing while educating anglers about the looming threat of climate change.

In October 2014, five respected fly fishermen – Craig Mathews of Blue Ribbon Flies, Yvon Chouinard of Patagonia, Steve Hemkens of Orvis, Tim Romano of Angling Trade, and Todd Tanner of Conservation Hawks – came together to fish for wild trout and share their thoughts on angling and climate change. Cold Waters, which is a collaboration between Conservation Hawks and the cinematic team at Conservation Media, focuses on our responsibility to protect cold, clean waters and healthy landscapes, and to stand up for future generations of Americans. The movie has been touring the U.S. as part of the 2015 Fly Fishing Film Tour.

Cold Waters was made with unprecedented support from the fly fishing industry. The film’s sponsors included iconic brands, businesses and organizations like Patagonia, Orvis, Scientific Anglers, Costa, Winston, Sage, RIO, Redington, Abel, AFFTA, National Wildlife Federation, Trout Unlimited, TroutHunter, Linehan Outfitting Co., Sweetwater Travel Co., WorldCast Anglers, Emerald Water Anglers, Hatch Magazine, The Lodge at Palisades Creek, Angling Trade Magazine and Blue Ribbon Flies.

You can watch the full 10 minute Cold Waters film HERE (on Vimeo) or HERE (on YouTube). The film also has its own website at Co2ldWaters.org.

Or simply, watch it below:

Learn more about Conservation Hawks and its vision for the future of hunting and angling.

About Conservation Hawks

Conservation Hawks is registered as a nonprofit public benefit corporation with the Montana Secretary of State, and has received tax exempt status from the Montana Department of Revenue and the IRS.

For more information, please visit www.ConservationHawks.org.

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