Join us as we offer a FREE virtual film showing of “2,000 Miles” – a film that follows the waterfowl migration from north central North Dakota down to the Texas Gulf Coast region, utilizing public lands and DIY tactics in pursuit of waterfowl.
This hour long feature film will be tied together by the traveling of Jake Terry, as he loads his pack of retrievers, camera, shotgun, and a couple cases of ammo into his truck to meet up with friends and family along the central flyway. Directed by Wilbur Sensing, the award-winning filmmaker of #PUBLICGROUSE and produced by Northwoods Collective, the creative agency behind Project Upland and Endless Migration, the film promises to be an unrivaled cinematic experience.
The 2000 Miles film and tour is presented by Eukanuba Sporting Dog in association with Lucky Duck Premium Decoys and Kennels and is proudly supported by Migra Ammunition, Fishpond USA and C4 calls.
RSVP HERE to tune in to one of these virtual showings and join fellow waterfowl enthusiasts for the film premiere event, August 23rd at 6:00 pm MST.
A link to the film will be delivered by email and those who RSVP before this time will have access to the high-definition film hosted on Vimeo through midnight on August 26th.