Let’s Get Peter Walking-Providence Fund Raiser
Front Range Anglers is excited to present Confluence Film’s latest production Providence. We will be hosting a showing at Oscar Blues Tasty Weasel Tap Room in Longmont from 5pm to 9pm on Saturday October 15th 2016. All proceeds to benefit the Let’s get Peter Walking Fund. A fund set up to get Peter Bernsten mobile.
Folks will receive a complimentary Oskar Weasel beer included with their ticket purchase and Chub Burger will be grilling at the Weasel.
Peter Berntsen is long time Boulder businessman, former manager at Kinsley’s and, for the past 6 years, the store manager of Front Range Anglers on Pearl Street. Peter has also been a passionate fly fisherman for 50 years. In December, he was stricken with Myelitis. This disease has mostly paralyzed him from the waist down. Due to this disease, he has limited control of his muscles and has rendered him to a wheelchair.
For those of you that know Peter, or those that don’t, he has been a part of the Front Range Anglers Family for a very long time. Come enjoy the newest film from Confluence Films and help out one of our own in the process. Let’s get Peter Walking again.
All tickets are $30 and are available starting Friday Sept 23 in store only. There are only a limited number of tickets available so be sure to grab yours soon.
Doors Open at 5:00pm Show begins at 6:30pm Saturday October 15th, 2016
In the fifth full-length fly fishing film from Confluence’s Chris Patterson and Jim Klug, Yellow Dog Flyfishing’s Camille Egdorf teams up with South African guides Gerhard Laubscher and Tim Babich for an amazing journey and a return to the remote and uninhabited Seychelles atoll of Providence. The film chronicles the first trip back to Providence Atoll since the waters were closed in 2010 due to the threats from Somali pirates. Finally, the team returned in October of 2015 fishing for multiple flats species including trevally, bonefish, Indo-Pacific permit, and more. Providence is an amazing story of adventure, piracy, challenging fish, and untouched flats.