From the Orlando Sentinel:
The producers of a movie about bass fishing hired Bassmaster Elite Series angler Preston Clark of Palatka. Clark was brought in to consult on location for Bait Shop_, a movie shot on Florida’s Lake Tohopekaliga in early February. The movie . . . is about a struggling tackle-store owner . . . who enters a bass tournament to make enough money to save his business.
“Originally they talked to me about just being a consultant, to look at things to make sure they are realistic — don’t hold the rod upside down, how to lip a fish correctly, that sort of thing — but once I got there, they decided to put me in as an extra,” said Clark, who noted fake fish were used during filming._
What do you think? Will you pay $8 to see Bait Shop?