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    Big Muddy Moose

    One man's solo trip down the Missouri on a stand up paddleboard.

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    Big Muddy Moose

    Directed by Scott Mestrezat 2014 45 min
    During the summer of 2013 I paddled a home-made, wooden stand up paddleboard the length of the Missouri River. I launched in Three Forks, Montana and arrived in St. Louis 2400 miles and 107 days later. The trip was just as much about capturing the unique encounters and amazing landscapes as it was paddling. I am excited to release my film to you.

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    Big Muddy Moose

    During the summer of 2013 I paddled a home-made, wooden stand up paddleboard the length of the Missouri River. I launched in Three Forks, Montana and arrived in St. Louis 2400 miles and 107 days later. The trip was just as much about capturing the unique encounters and amazing landscapes as it was paddling. I am excited to release my film to you.

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