PEEC and Reel Deal Theater Present ‘GEOFISH’ with Proceeds to Benefit New Nature Center


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You don’t have to be a fisherman to enjoy the film “GEOFISH,” which follows four guys as they travel the length of Mexico in a vehicle that runs on cooking oil, in search of the best fishing spots in the country.

The Pajarito Environmental Education Center and the Reel Deal Theater will present a special screening of “GEOFISH” at 7 p.m. Thursday, June 19. All proceeds will benefit the Cutthroat Trout Aquarium at the new Los Alamos County Nature Center, opening in spring 2015.

Armed with nothing more than fishing rods and cameras, the GEOFISH series follows four fishermen-turned-filmmakers as they travel around the world in a diesel pick-up converted to run on cooking oil, while soaking flies at every possible opportunity. In this film, the four fish bums try their best to avoid break-ins, break-downs, break-ups and broken rods as they cover 8,000 miles of Mexican dirt in hopes of finding out-of-the-way fishing locations, and escape the country with their captured video memories.

With obstacles around every corner, yet determined to set foot where few people dare to go, the angling quartet cuts their own path through some of the planet’s most rugged terrain on a mission to find the world’s greatest undiscovered fishing holes.  

Tickets are $10 in advance (at the Reel Deal Theater), or $12 at the door. Trout Unlimited of Santa Fe will have an informational booth at the event, and the Pajarito Brew Pub will be selling beer and wine.

To learn more about this and other PEEC programs, visit or contact 505.662.0460 or

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