F3T Fly Fishing Film Tour 2019 - Great Falls, MT

Back by popular demand, Missouri River Fly Fishers are proud to present the F3T Fly Fishing Film Tour in Great Falls, Montana.  It has been a few years since the F3T has been here, but with the Do Bar Banquet Hall venue lined up for the showing, it should be a blast! There will also be raffles for some amazing prizes too.

F3T Fly Fishing Film Tour Event Details

When: Friday, January 25th. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the show starts at 7 p.m.

Where: The Do Bar Banquet Hall located at 1800 3rd Street Northwest Great Falls, MT

Cost: Tickets are $15.00 and are available at the Great Falls North 40 Fly Shop

2019 Fly Fishing Film Tour Lineup Highlights

Movements – A Colin Scott Film | Wilder Studios Production • Three Alaska fishing guides finish their 100+ day guiding season and road trip back to their home waters on the East Coast in “Van-a-White,” their early-2000s white minivan – a true fish bum rig if there ever was one. Along the way, they find AK trout, BC Steelhead, Wisconsin Musky, New York Stripers and the reasons they became obsessed with fly fishing, to begin with.

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Glorious Bastards – Capt. Jack Productions • Jako Lucas, Christiaan Pretorious and a crew of expedition anglers explore the outer reaches of the Australian coast and find some of the best saltwater fishing in the South Pacific. Species: Blue Bastards, Indo Pacific Permit, Shark, Trevally and more!

Unexpected catches are part of the saltwater experience. Check this out.

NexGen – Beattie Productions | Off the Grid Studios • RA Beattie follows two members of fly fishing’s next generation to the trout factory that is the South Fork of the Snake River in Idaho and captures this famed fishery in all its glory. As the crew revel in dry fly madness and manic streamer chases, it’s evident that the kids are all right… and they’re fishy as hell.

Hank Patterson’s Around the World Globe – Trout Jouster Studios • Hank has had some great pieces in the Fly Fishing Film Tour so F3T decided to reward his hard work and dedication with the chance to film in an exotic and rarely-seen destination… South Dakota. In this exploratory epic, Hank delves deep into the Black Hills, mining for reclusive trout and even more reclusive locals.

Alignment (F3T Exclusive Cut) – Eric Jackson | Vantage Cinema • Eric Jackson made a name for himself as a professional snowboarder, but when he’s not strapped into a board his obsession turns to fly fishing, specifically steelhead on the fly. In this exclusive cut for F3T, Eric and his cohorts trade pillow lines and big mountain spines for running lines and intruder flies… and swing up some monster fish in the process.

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The Return – KGB Productions • This beautifully shot piece will take you on a spellbinding venture into Yellowstone’s famed Thorofare alongside some of the folks who have worked to save the native fish that make their home in this remote area of the park. What they find is a storied fishery on the rebound… and some truly massive cutthroat.

Where it All Started – Liam Gallagher • Karlie Roland grew up fishing the Henry’s Fork. It’s where Roland became addicted to fly fishing and it’s now where she gets to share her obsession with others. After pursuing guide gigs across the west, Karlie has made her way back to the Fork and the water where it all started.

Kio Kio – Indifly/Costa Films • In the northwest corner of the Tuamotu Archipelago of French Polynesia lies the tiny Anaa Atoll. The people who make their home on this long-dormant rim of an underwater volcano are working to build an economy around the atoll’s world-class flats fishing. The result is a fish population that is now seen by the locals as something that should be protected and promoted to destination anglers rather than netted, exploited, and shipped off to foreign markets.

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I fly fish to live (25+ years guiding). I live to fly fish (obsession). At the age of two, I captured my first Bluegill in Southern Michigan. Since then, I have never stopped looking into waters for fish. My first wild trout came from the waters of Glacier NP a few years later. I spent much of my youth chasing fish in Wisconsin, the Great Lakes and throughout central Canada. I went to Alaska in 1989, where I met my wife, started a family and spent 26 seasons guiding anglers. Great Falls and the North 40 Fly Shop are now home base. Stop by and lets talk fish, bear encounters or even my experience with Bigfoot.
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