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An Expedition to No Man’s Land
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Hooké Ungava: An Expedition to No Man's Land, an official selection of the International Fly-Fishing Film Festival, is the story of a 10-day expedition taken by the Hooké tribe in the Summer of 2014. The team flew over mountain ranges, waterfalls and canyons to reach the most Northern parts of Quebec and Labrador, in search of Atlantic Salmon and Arctic Char. The result is a film full of incredible fly fishing action and breathtaking scenery.