Fly Fishing Film Tour 2011 – Digital Download
The Fly Fishing Film Tour is the original and world’s largest event of its kind. It features incredible footage from waterways worldwide. The films offer a great blend of inspiring cinematography, hilarious comedy, poignant commentary and tons of amazing fish. This movie is a collection of some of the top films featured in the 2011 tour. Since our shows are mostly 1-night-only events, we’ve collected some of our favorite films for you to enjoy when we’re not in town. Whether you watch them from a couch on a big screen, aboard a plane on a small screen, or somewhere else, we hope you can sit back, crank the volume, open a beverage and enjoy. Featured films include: Red Like Winter (Waterline Media) – An insightful and positive report on how the gulf oil spill affected Redfish populations in the Louisiana marshland. The Waters of Greenstone (Gambit Stone) – Two buddies realize a childhood dream of exploring the wilderness of New Zealand on an unguided multi-sport adventure. Musky Country – Zero2Hero (Third Year Fly Fisher) – In Northern Wisconsin the self-titled “Musky Tribe” is a group of dedicated, passionate and stubborn anglers who are determined to catch the “fish of 10,000 casts”, the mighty Muskellunge. Satori (WorldAngling) – Cruising the Florida Keys for Permit is a dream for many fly fisherman; however, landing the elusive fish is another tale the Captain Will Benson clarifies vividly. Wisconsin Smallies (Beattie Outdoor Productions) – What do diehard Midwestern guides do on their off days? They frequent their secret stashes in metal-flaked bass boats in search of Smallmouth Bass and hangover cures of course. Bluewater (Beattie Outdoors Productions) – Patience, persistence and passion are what fuel these avid anglers as they hunt Billfish in some of the bluest waters in the world, off the coast of Iztapa, Guatemala. Don’t forget to check out www.TheF3T.com for info on past films, future screenings, additional films and more. Questions? Email us: tourinfo@TheF3T.com.