The new film/video/web project will hope to attract a large and growing viewing audience. Over time a number of sponsorship opportunities will be created that could lead to needed revenue for the support of the E-W-A's efforts in the Everglades. The main story line will be the hunt for the next world record large mouth bass. The record fish must be caught in the state of Florida along with additional rules. The semi scripted/realty styled show will search for actors, non experienced actors, fishing individuals along with production personnel including administrative and production assistants. The positions, unfortunately will not be paid. Interested parties should contact us at: 954-560-8652 or McCar3@comcast.net.
There is a war in the Everglades that is spreading every day. Swarms of exotic invasive species are destroying many of the native wildlife populations. Help the E-W-A make a stand and fight back the growing tide of invaders. Help the wildlife. Help the Everglades. These hungry creatures will soon be making their presence known throughout the state. Lets stop them now so we don't have to fight them in your backyard. Join us in THE MILLION DOLLAR BASS HUNT. Get in front of that camera and let people know you care.
Storyboards and scripts are in development. Taking applications for both individuals and team competition. The Bass Brothers were the first group to join the team division.
The E-W-A is currently looking for talent for all positions and characters. This project has been in the works for quite awhile and is now headed for production.
One Fish One Million Dollars !
Jake and Gary trying their luck.
The Million Dollar Bass Hunt picking up speed. More people joining every day. BASSTV is covering the action. Click on the photo above to start the slideshow.
The Bass Brothers recently jumped into The Million Dollar Bass Hunt and into history. They are the first big named group to join the cause.
In the meantime...........
The Everglades Wildlife Alliance (E-W-A) continues the battle to protect the native wildlife of the Everglades from the invading waves of invasive species. See videos below: