This fly fishing film highlights the Kayapó Indigenous Community and the incredible Amazonian fish  species like peacock bass, matrinchã, bicuda and hoplias aimara caught and landed on a fly rod. In an isolated location, more than 500 miles by plane from Manaus,  Brazil, the Kayapó Indigenous Community lives in the Kendjam Village on the banks of the Iriri River, a tributary of the “emerald clear” Xingu River Basin.  Located inside the 20 million square miles of Amazon forest, the Menkragnoti Indigenous Territory is designated an Ecological Reserve and is the most isolated region in the Brazilian Amazon.