This Saturday, March 8th, The Emerson Theater will be filled with avid anglers for the 2014 International Fly Fishing Film Festival. As the cold weather has forced us inside for most of this winter, I am sure, you, like me, are chomping at the bit to get out on the water. Watching the amazing previews for the eight films featured on the website (flyflimfest.com), I am eager to head over to the festival on Saturday for fishing inspriation. The International Fly Fishing Film Festival brings us around the world in a series of vivid imagery and touching personal stories. From running with the bulls in Spain, to memories of storming the beaches of Normandy, all intertwined with a love and respect for the sport of fly fishing, this is a series of films you do not want to miss. I am blessed that I have the opportunity on a regular basis to have an intimate experience with fish and actively take advantage of the fact that I live in the most beautiful place in the world with some of the most desired fishing waters.
Advance tickets available at The Bozeman Angler for $12. Doors open at 6 pm and show starts at 7 pm.
"Fly fishing is about contemplation. Contemplating nature. It's a kind of meditation. It's also a school of humanity." ~ Mending the Line
Small Stream Addiction
Mending the Line
Destination Spain: Director's Cut
Change of Pace