One Lucky Bozeman Man Heading to Belize to Stalk Permit

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October 21, 2016

One Lucky Bozeman Man Heading to Belize to Stalk Permit

BOZEMAN, Mont. — 400 people attended the world premiere of Confluence Films’ new feature “Providence,” and one lucky Bozeman man is headed to Belize in the pursuit of saltwater's holy grail species – the permit.

Yellow Dog Community and Conservation Foundation (YDCCF) celebrated its official launch on October 15th at the world premiere of “Providence.” More than 400 people gathered at the Ellen Theater in Bozeman to enjoy the new feature-length film featuring Yellow Dog Flyfishing Adventure’s Camille Egdorf, and South African guides Gerhard Laubscher and Tim Babich who teamed up for an amazing journey to the remote Seychelles.  

Wil Flack, owner of The Belize Permit Club, offered up two fly fishing trips to Belize to raise money to support the Yellow Dog Community and Conservation Foundation. The funds raised, nearly $10,000, will go directly to supporting the communities and destinations where so many of us travel and fish.

Braniff Scott of Bozeman, Montana won the 4-night/3-day fishing package at the Belize Permit Club. Brady Crouch, of Houston, Texas, won a one-day trip for being the highest on-line donor to YDCCF.

Nestled amongst the citrus shores of central Belize, the Belize Permit Club has everything for the hardcore permit angler. Permit fanatic and owner of the Tres Pescados Fly Shop in San Pedro, Wil Flack, has decades of experience chasing fish and outfitting in Belizean waters. His team offers a fly fishing program solely dedicated to the most famous of saltwater flats fish – permit on the fly!

The public and interested anglers are invited to go fishing and get involved by joining Yellow Dog Flyfishing Adventures and the Yellow Dog Community and Conservation Foundation in supporting the communities and destinations where so many of us travel and fish.

The Foundation accepts donations of all sizes and will leverage contributions in angling destinations across the globe. Learn more about the Foundation or donate now at www.ydccf.org.

 

SARAH Tilt