...More details about the 2013 film festival coming soon!
The Fly Fishing Film Tour is a traveling collection of films that aim to inspire and invigorate anglers by showcasing them in a true theater environment.
Each year we feature a collection of new cutting edge films from independent film makers around the globe.
The tour focuses on both freshwater and saltwater film shorts, made by the best filmmakers in the business, with much of the money raised along the way going to various local and national conservation groups.
It's a 90-minute live event experience, hosted by a live emcee, featuring door prizes & merchandise, and enjoyed by all that attend. The Fly Fishing Film Tour is a traveling collection of films that aim to inspire and invigorate anglers by showcasing them in a true theater environment.
The goal of the tour is to entertain and educate outdoor enthusiasts of all makes and models, to inspire filmmakers to continue to create cutting edge films, to inspire the industry and to educate everyone involved about supporting conservation efforts.
Oh, and of course, to continue to support our fully addicted fish bum lifestyles
The film festival is managed by the Missouri River Fly Fishers (MRF), a non-profit fly fishing organization focused on conservation and education. The MRF supports the efforts of Trout Unlimited and the Federation of Fly Fishers and raises money to protect the water systems we fish, and educate new fly fishers on the fundamentals of the sport.
Tickets($10) are available locally in advance at the Big R FlyShop, 406-761-7441. They will also be available at the door on the night of the event for $15.
Doors open at 4.30 pm so please join us for a pre-event social gathering before the start of the film at 7.30 pm.
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