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The Provo Brothers traveled up a tributary of the world’s largest river and into the depths of the Bolivian Amazon for one reason, and one reason only: to fly fish for Golden Dorado, some of the most monstrous fish that call Bolivia's remote waterways home. See more from the Provo Bros with @ianprovo and @neilprovo on Instagram or learn more at Backcountry.com.

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It was a grind! Table rock is pretty puzzling right now with these fish still in a summer swing. Hoping to figure these stinks out come tournament day..that or I just bank on flair to catch all five :)
--Young Plugg

Flairs Channel — http://bit.ly/2cVwA0K

Music…
Artist — Koji
Link — http://bit.ly/2ehRGgb

Artist — D O M
Link — http://bit.ly/2eqY17l

What I film with…
Drone — http://amzn.to/28SzZjw
Camera — http://amzn.to/28WQz2y
Lens — http://amzn.to/28YGMYe
GoPro — http://amzn.to/28SGyRF
BIG SHINY Camera -- http://amzn.to/2dqwEZb
BIG SHINY Lens -- http://amzn.to/2dqwxNt

My Other Gear...
Computer — http://amzn.to/295J31n
Editing software

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A floating artificial island built in Mexico by British artist Richart "Rishi" Sowa. He's first Island was destroyed by a hurricane in 2005; a replacement, Joyxee Island, has been open for tours since 2008.
In the waters of Isla Mujeres, the "Island of Women", near Cancun. It opened for tours in August, 2008.
The new island was initially 20 metres (66 ft) in diameter, which has since expanded to 25 metres (82 ft), and plants and mangroves are already growing on it. It contains about 100,000 bottles. The new island has three beaches, a house, two ponds, a solar-powered waterfall and river, a wave-powered washing machine and solar panels. Volunteers helped with the project. Sowa will continue to make improvements to the Island, so it will always be a work of art in progress.
If you enjoyed this plastic pollution awareness video check out this one in Sri Lanka https://youtu.be/NtimmjBO-YQ
Spiral Island has been featured in a number of newspapers and TV documentaries around the world, including in Japan and South Korea, and has