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Entries in fly fishing films (89)


Spokane Premier of Low and Clear

On February 19th, Millsfly and Silver Bow Fly Shop will be screening Low and Clear at The Lincoln Center of Spokane to benefit the Wild Steelhead Coalition.

$5 bucks to get in, 7 guided fishing trips to give away along with a massive pile of raffle items that include boots, waders, rods, flies, shirts, lines, vests and SO MUCH MORE

Come help raise some serious money for a great cause.


F3T Seattle 

The 2013 edition of the Fly Fishing Film tour rolls into Seattle tonight for a sold out show at Seattle's SIFF Cinema. In addition to what will be a rocking house once the lights go down, there are two post show parties to benefit local groups dedicated to wild fish.

Capt. Keith and the folks at Tini Bigs will keep it rolling with drink specials, and a raffle for some great schwag from Sage, Patagonia, Simms, Ex Officio, Redington and RIO with proceeds going to support the Wild Fish Conservancy.

RA Beattie and Ryan Buccola of the Scorpion Expedition and Beattie Outdoor Productions are throwing an after party at Floyd's Place where you can meet the film team and also have a few adult beverages. Proceeds from the bar and raffle are being donated to support the Wild Steelhead Coalition.

Both parties are walking distance from the SIFF so there's no reason to not to swing by and support both. If history is any indication this night will register on the Richter scale so pack your spare liver, a designated driver or some cab fare if you plan on tying one on for wild fish. Speaking of tying one on. Travis Lowe of Cinema Digital Productions, and the man behind the tour selection Thai One On, will also be in the house.


First You Survive Bangkok – Then Comes The Jungle

Mark Hume reviews Travis Lowe's film Thai One On which debuted at the Fly Fishing Film Tour launch in Denver a few days ago.

Travis Lowe’s new film, Thai One On, isn’t like any fly fishing trip you’ve ever been on before. Unless, that is, taking part in ritual sacrifices, eating giant cockroaches and riding elephants into the seething jungle are part of your normal angling experience.

LINK (via: A River Never Sleeps)


Happy 2013

The 2013 edition of The Fly Fishing Film Tour goes live January 26th in the Mile High City.



Confluence Films Waypoints Teaser

The first teaser from the new Confluence Film Waypoints.


REEL Trailer

For many, the Upper Delaware and Catskill region is a refuge from the hectic pace of life in the working world. For anglers especially, it is an opportunity to fully immerse mind, body and spirit in the unique rhythms of the river system. The elemental act of angling enables this escape in a way nothing else can.

“Reel: A Day on the River,” is an inspirational film about the tradition and culture of fly-fishing in the East. It highlights the responsibility we have to protect resources like the Upper Delaware River for future generations.

Set against the backdrop of the western Catskills, the film invites viewers to float the West Branch of the Upper Delaware with professional guides Joe Demalderis , Jim “Coz” Costolnick, and Ryan Furtak. These men provide their unique insight into the fishery; it’s vast array of aquatic life, and their intense respect for the landscape and local community.

Photographers Monty Milburn and Brent Taylor have executed several still-photography projects documenting the streams and surroundings of their favorite fly-fishing spots. “Reel” was born in the late spring of 2011 when they decided to create a short film.

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