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Three Trout to Dream About

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Production Years: 
1957 to 1964


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Length (feet): 
487 (16mm)
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York University, Toronto, Ontario: 16mm.
"Fisherman Lee Wulff, who flies by pontoon-equipped plane to a fishing spot in Northern Labrador, demonstrates his skill as he casts his line and pulls in three fighting brook trout. Includes scenes of the pools and shallows, the wooded wilderness, and icebergs in Atlantic coastal waters."

University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario: 16mm.

Library and Archives Canada: 16mm, VHS, Digibeta.
"Film about sports fisherman Lee Wulff's experiences as he fishes one of his favourite trout streams in northern Labrador. He catches three trout on one line. He lays the fish through eddies, pools and shallows, and finally into quiet water where he draws them in."


Online Database National Film Board of Canada.
"Not one, not two, but three trout, all caught on one line - it's no fake - you see it happen in the fish-teeming waters of northern Labrador, with sportsman Lee Wulff wielding the rod."

Canadian Travel and Wildlife Films Catalogue and Directory of Sources (1963), 13.

National Film Board of Canada, Films by Other Producers Distributed in Canada by the National Film Board of Canada/Films de divers producteurs distribués au Canada par l’Office national du film du Canada (Montreal: National Film Board of Canada, c.1968), 5.
"A plane trip to one of Labrador's choice fishing spots, and a surprise catch -- three trout on one line."