Angler's West Blog

May 18, 2012
Where the Yellowstone Goes
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A film about the the Yellowstone River is set to open this Saturday evening at the Ellen Theatre in downtown Bozeman.  We think it's a "don't miss out" opportunity.  Filmed by Hunter Weeks and co-produced with Trout Headwaters, Inc., "Where the Yellowstone Goes" follows Weeks and crew on a month long odessy along the Yellowstone River from Gardiner, Montana, just outside Yellowstone National Park's border, all the way to the confluence with the Missouri River in Fort Buford, North Dakota.  The movie portrays the natural state of the Yellowstone as a resource as well as the people that live alongside and rely upon the river for their way of life and the relationship between.  The Yellowstone is the longest undammed river left in the lower 48 States.  Just to have the opportunity to float it's entire length is a testament to itself.  Don't miss this opportunity to see the movie for yourself.  Did we mention that Angler's West has a small cameo appearance?  Tickets are $15.00.  The world premier is this Saturday, 7:30P at the historic Ellen Theatre.  A film tour begins from Bozeman.  Check it out at www.wheretheyellowstonegoes.com to find out when and where the movie tour may make a calling close to you.  And, go watch! 

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