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Fishing film helps anglers 'Connect' with wild steelhead

FISHING — A Spokane showing of “Connect,” the 3rd film from Confluence Films, will be shown on Feb. 22 as a benefit to raise money for the Wild Steelhead Coalition and efforts to protect Columbia River wild steelhead.

The film features six international fishing locations, 12 anglers, 10 fish species and one angry croc.

The 2011 Fly Fishing Film Tour featured a clip of Connect, but the full feature film will be shown Wednesday at The Lincoln Center, 1316 North Lincoln Street. Doors open at 6 p.m. Show starts at 7.

Tickets will cost $5 at the the door; procedes from tickets and raffle items will go the WSC.

 Info: Josh Mills,  jmills81@hotmail.com  or contact Silver Bow Fly Shop




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