Belize is exploding with new economic life as tourists flock to its coast. Yet as developers rush to keep up with demand, they're destroying the very thing that brings in the tourists and their money; the sea and all its many creatures. Perhaps nobody is experiencing these changes more intimately than Abbie Marin and Lincoln Westby; fly fishing guides who spend their days out on the flats chasing the elusive Permit.
Award-winning filmmaker Bradley Beesley follows Abbie and Lincoln as they navigate the tension between the country's commitments to protecting its natural resources versus protecting its human resources. Will condos, golf carts and foreign money force the soul of a country that lives and dies by the water into submission? Time will tell.