Fly fishing on tap at Town Hall Theater

MIDDLEBURY — Town Hall Theater and Middlebury Mountaineer are happy to announce the return of the Fly Fishing Film Tour on Friday, April 8, at 7:30 p.m. Now entering its 10th year, the Fly Fishing Film Tour (F3T) has become the entertainment event of the year for America’s diverse fishing community. In 2015 the film tour screened in over 160 North American cities and provided a venue to showcase some of the country’s best independent outdoor filmmakers.
Luckily for fans of fishing flicks, the guys and gals that make these movies keep raising the bar. With backdrops ranging from Bolivia to Saskatchewan, Montana to Virginia, Patagonia to the Seychelles, these films feature fresh, dynamic stories amongst some of the best fishing footage that has ever been shot. Period.
From the hunt for the world’s largest brook trout to the pursuit of billfish on the fly, gargantuan pike, acrobatic golden dorado, ferocious GTs and herculean BC steelhead these films showcase remarkable places, larger-than-life characters and fish that seem utterly unreal.
The goal of F3T is to energize the industry and inspire filmmakers to create new cutting-edge films that both entertain and educate outdoor enthusiasts.
A vendor open house starts at 6 p.m.
Tickets are available in advance for $15 at Middlebury Mountaineer or by calling 802-388-7245, or at the door for $20.

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