This year’s Minturn Anglers presentation of the Fly Fishing Film Tour (F3T) will be Saturday, March 9th. Tickets are available at the shop – the price is $12 at the shop, and $15 at the door. For more information, give us a call here at the shop: (720) 851 – 4665, or drop us an e-mail at email@example.com. Refer to the information below for more details – we hope to see you there!
FLY FISHING FILM TOUR (F3T) on the Extreme Screen
Saturday, March 9, 2013
Doors open at 5:30pm
Enjoy Happy Hour – beer, wine and cocktails
Our Toucan Café will be open with special fish menu.
Our stunning wildlife art galleries will be open and you will be able to bid in our silent auction – proceeds benefit the programs of The Wildlife Experience
Film starts at 7pm
Bar and concessions open, silent auction runs through intermission.
All ages: $12 advance/ $15 door | Click here to buy online or call 720.488.3344
The goal of F3T is to energize the industry and inspire film makers to create new cutting edge films that both entertain and educate outdoor enthusiasts. The F3T is one heck of a party celebrating fly fishing and shouldn’t be missed. “We’ve worked really hard on creating an electrifying experience for our fans,” says F3T co-owner Doug Powell. “The atmosphere we create at our premiers with HD projectors, booming soundtracks, tons of giveaways, interactive booths and cheering fans is not easily replicated and unique to the industry.”
Adventure is a focal point of the films featured in this year’s tour. “We approached this year with the attitude that ‘adventure is what you make it’. Sometimes the greatest adventures can be found in your own backyard or an urban corridor”, says F3T co-owner Chris Keig. “So that’s why in addition to our usual assortment of fascinating destinations like Thailand, Bolivia, and Georgia (the country), we’ve also got great segments from Washington D.C., the Midwest, the Pacific Northwest and the Rocky Mountains.” Another central theme of this year’s F3T is diversity. “The number of different species we’ve got this year is too long to list”, Keig continues. “From Steelhead to Snakehead, Bonefish to Bass, Trout to Triggerfish, it’s an awesome assortment of fish.”