Conservation Hawks has announced that its that its angling film, CHROME, will appear in the 2016 Fly Fishing Film Tour. The film features respected anglers Tom Rosenbauer, Dylan Tomine, Hannah Belford, Kate Taylor, Tim Romano, and Todd Tanner sharing their thoughts on angling and climate change.
Read more in the press release below.
Conservation Hawks Releases New Angling Film
From Conservation Hawks:
BIGFORK, Mont. – Conservation Hawks, Inc., a group of hunters and anglers working to defend America’s sporting heritage, is pleased to announce that its new angling film, CHROME, will appear in the 2016 Fly Fishing Film Tour.
CHROME features six respected anglers – Tom Rosenbauer, Dylan Tomine, Hannah Belford, Kate Taylor, Tim Romano, and Todd Tanner – who fish together for wild, native steelhead and share their thoughts on angling and climate change.
CHROME celebrates the joy and passion of fly fishing, while informing anglers about the looming threats of climate change and ocean acidification. The film, a collaboration between Conservation Hawks and the cinematic team at Conservation Media, focuses on our shared responsibility to protect cold, clean waters and stand up for future generations.
CHROME was produced with support from a number of iconic brands, businesses and organizations, including Orvis, Patagonia, Scientific Anglers, Yeti, Costa, Simms, Sage, TroutHunter, Damdochax River Lodge, The Boat Company, McIntosh Foundation, Ocean Conservancy, National Wildlife Federation, Trout Unlimited, American Fly Fishing Trade Association, Sweetwater Travel Co., American Rivers, Hatch Magazine, Tim Romano Photography, and Oskar Blues Brewery.
To learn more about CHROME, visit the website at ColdWaters.org.