The Wasatch Fly Fishing Film Festival
Grab your buddies and join us for some of the best fly fishing adventure films available. This year we went all out to bring you for a film never before released in the USA. From Gin-Clear Media, the producers of Rise comes...
Fly fishermen have always lusted after big fish, those large predators that dominate the rivers, lakes and oceans in which they preside.
PREDATOR explores the globe highlighting the most fascinating predators that can be taken with a fly rod. These large predators employ all sorts of techniques to maximize their chance of catching prey. Some, like the queenfish use pure speed to outrun and crush their prey in the surface film. Others like the rainbow trout of New Zealand?s swamps use cunning and guile to get a feed. Regardless of the species, a film about fishing for the world's greatest predators is guaranteed to be a visual extravaganza.
Running time approximately 50 minutes.
HATCH documents the world?s most extraordinary insect hatches and the fantastic fly fishing that accompanies them. There are massive hatches of mayfly on the chalk streams of England, trout eating ants off bridges in Slovenia, huge cicadas eaten by equally huge trout in the streams of NZ and even a feeding frenzy after a hatch of krill in the ocean. Narrated by Greg French, the film explores remote corners of the world for hidden fly fishing treasures, while seamlessly highlighting the pivotal role fly fishers play as guardians of the water.
Running time approximately 43 minutes.
See the trailers at the Gin-Clear Media website.
You have two great venues to choose from this year's film tour. Show support for your local TU chapter and attend one of these Fly Fishing Film Tour events. Proceeds from these events help support the programs and conservation efforts of Trout Unlimited in Utah.
* Stonefly Society
Saturday, March 15th, 2013 - 6:30 PM
Miller Free Enterprise Building, Auditorium, Sandy, UT
9750 S. 300 W., Sandy, UT
Tickets online are $12 and can be purchased below, or on the Stonefly Society website. www.stoneflysociety.org
Tickets will be $15 at the door.