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A few of the people and places involved in the making of the film, and some nice people we met along the way too.
The beginning to our film was shot on The Parsonage beat of the River Test - many thanks to Fishing Breaks for allowing this.
Edward Barder is a font of knowledge, and working along with his colleague Colin Whitehouse produces the most elegant and stunning split cane rods around.
Chris Lythe's reels are quite extraordinary, his enthusiasm for his craft and his fishing is inspirational.
Mullocks are leading specialist Auctioneers dealing with vintage and collectable fishing tackle. When we filmed with them they always had a fascinating story to tell.
Mark Terry, one of the riverkeepers featured in the film, works on the Dorset Frome. He is also a keen collector and his website a wealth of gems.
Hastings Fly Fishers run Powdermill Reservoir in East Sussex. Many of our stillwater shots were filmed here and it's a favourite haunt.
Bookshop River Reads specialise in angling pastimes, and have a real love of angling history. Their beguiling bookshop down in Devon might be a great place to lose yourself for an hour or two.
James L Hardy's book, the story of the legendary company built by his grandfather and great uncle.
Medlar, a great publisher of angling books and Waterlog magazine too, a great help and instrumental in getting our film off the ground.