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29:05; color; sound; V-77 DA037; S. 828
This film starts with underwater footage of reef life, then shows sport fishing and the work of a boat captain. He fishes for bait and uses a depth recorder to find the right spot to fish. Viewers see underwater shots of amberjack hitting the bait. The film also shows fishing for sailfish and how to prepare mullet as bait. There is great underwater footage of the exhausted sailfish as it is brought to the boat and then released. Produced by Florida Film Studios Inc. (Leroy Crooks); sponsored by FDC.
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