In the fifth full-length fly fishing film from Confluence’s Chris Patterson and Jim Klug, Yellow Dog Flyfishing’s Camille Egdorf, and South African guides Gerhard Laubscher and Tim Babich team up for an amazing journey and a return to the remote and uninhabited Seychelles atoll of Providence. The new film chronicles the first trip back to Providence Atoll since the waters were closed to all fishermen and boat access in 2010 due to the threats and activities of pirates operating out of Somalia Providence is aimed at showing all viewers — from hardcore, 300-day-a-year anglers to people who’ve never picked up a fly rod — that fly fishing is a much deeper, more interesting and a more fulfilling sport than they’ve been led to believe by mainstream media. Providence captures the beauty, adventure and excitement of saltwater fishing – on location – with the best shooters in the business using the highest quality techniques and HD digital equipment. The remote Seychellois atoll of Providence — a fishery that has been completely closed off and unfished for the past six years due to issues with Somali pirates. The team returned in October of 2015, spending three weeks exploring the atoll and fishing for multiple flats species including giant trevally, bluefin trevally, bumphead parrotfish, bonefish, Indo-Pacific permit, triggerfish, milkfish and more. An amazing story of adventure, piracy, challenging fish, the history of the area and untouched flats.