How to Watch the 2021 Fly Fishing Film Tour Online: The Best Films of the Year
Tickets for the F3T are available to members of Active Pass who join before April 4, 2021. Use the code FLYFILM30 at check out to save 30 percent on Active Pass membership. Active Pass members also get a subscription to SKI Magazine, access to premium content from tons of amazing titles, including the entire Warren Miller Entertainment film library, and more. Individual tickets for the F3T are $20 or a household pass can be purchased for $35.
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If you're on the fence about attending a film festival that's 'just' about fishing, may I suggest you spend some time previewing the fine films that are included in this year's festival.
Hiking, mountain biking, diving, paragliding and a variety of boat trips are among the countless other adventures available on the island. Visitors can consider hiking in Caldera de Taburiente National Park, visiting the observatory with 13 telescopes near the summit of 7,949-foot Roque de los Muchachos (the highest point on the island), taking the trekking tour to the new volcano (which erupted September 2021) at the Cumbre Vieja volcanic ridge, and stopping in the beautiful capital of Santa Cruz on the east coast and the Tazacorte beach on the west coast.
Get ready to immerse yourself in a legendary story of one of Bimini's best bonefish guides, his fight for social equality, and his relationship with MLK Jr. And meet an upbeat cast of Aussies who explore a remote outpost in French Polynesia. With a dozen films in this year's lineup, the 2021 F3T is second to none. We will inspire, feed your fishing addiction, and build awareness for conservation efforts both near and far. Tickets are now on sale at flyfilmtour.com/fly-film-tour-2021-tickets/ and follow us on social at @flyfishingfilmtour.
This week my guest is Joshua Caldwell [32:30], director of the new movie (premiering in theaters today) "Mending the Line", about a combat veteran with PTSD who works his way back into society with the help of a fly fishing curmudgeon. The movie stars Sinqua Walls, Perry Mattfeld, and Brian Cox as the old curmudgeon (of course). It's a story that could easily fall into cliche but I found it to be heartwarming and compelling, and the casting is excellent. Joshua talks about the trials and tribulations of making the movie in a short time frame, challenged by tough weather. It's a fascinating peak behind the curtains of an independent film.
This week my guest is Charlie Robinton [52:00], one of the experts from the Orvis Outfitter team (the people who answer your technical questions when you call, chat, or e-mail). Charlie is an expert in California fishing, and he gives us a grand tour of northern California rivers and what to expect when you plan a fishing trip there. Lots of solid information form a lifelong fly fisher and California native.
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In our campaign to take pressure off our over-stressed trout rivers during this hot, dry summer I figured a great topic would be how to find carp fishing spots. Not every place that holds carp is conducive to fly fishing, but when you find the right spot, you'll find endlessly fascinating opportunities to catch these often difficult gamefish that will test your drag like no other freshwater fish (besides steelhead and salmon). So I enlisted Dan Frasier [46:00] to talk about how to find the best carp spots, when and where to target them, how to present the fly, and how to determine when a carp has eaten your fly. Carp are tough and resilient and you don't need to worry about hurting them, no matter how warm the water temperature. Next to trout, they're the most interesting fish to chase in fresh water and the closest you'll get to saltwater flats fishing without leaving home. In the Fly Box this week, as usual we have some great questions and tips from listeners, including: Do certain trout get acclimated to either very high or low temperature regimes? Why do I foul hook a lot of fish when Euro nymphing? Why does my Euro rig break above the tippet ring? A casting tip using the analogy of a tomato on a stick Does Orvis have a secret warehouse full of older discontinued products? How can I keep track of tiny emergers in the surface film? Do you recommend felt soles or rubber with cleats for wading boots? When fishing for panfish, does having an indicator on the leader hinder my presentation when I strip the fly? Why are my surgeon's knots breaking when using 10-pound test for panfish? What is the difference between regular CDC and CDC puffs? Some tips from a listener on traveling with fly-fishing gear Is it OK to hold a fly rod on the blank above the grip when playing a large fish? A tip from a listener on using a lint roller to keep the fly-tying desk clean Is there any reason to put fly dressing on a yarn strike indicator? Will my freshwater reels work OK in salt water? Why do my foam dry flies sometimes land upside-down?
This week my guest is George Revel of Lost Coast Outfitters [@50:42], the only fly shop in downtown San Francisco. George is a lifelong fly fisher (he was a tournament caster when he was a teenager) and has intimate knowledge of the best fly-fishing spots in California. Whether you live on the West Coast and are looking for new places to explore, or if you plan a visit to California, this podcast is a must.
In this super long hot mess of an episode Hank is joined by his friends Paul, Austin and Nick from the F3T Fly Fishing Film Tour. Topics include fly fishing films, snoring, Bay Watch, windowless vans and much, much, much, much more. Enjoy! Hambone!