Fly Fishing film festivals, fly fishing shows, flyshops and fly fishing trips had it tough this year, even fishing in your own backyard. In order to spend a great weekend, here’s probably one of the best reason to stay home on your couch in front of your screen :  F3T, the Fly Fishing Film Tour 2020, just for you!

Entertainment is all we have left, for many of us fily fishing was not an option this year, fishing trips were not possible, all we had left were reading magazines who all looked the same, tying way more flies that we will ever need, spend hours on the phone with our friends and look for another series to watch. Luckily for us, there is  F3T, le Fly Fishing Film Tour 2020 available online! You can get your friends over (respecting Covid restrictions)  get the drinks and the chips! You can rent it HERE (5$) or buy it THERE (13$)

Sweet dreams and have a great weekend!

2020 Fly Fishing Film Tour from The Fly Fishing Film Tour

Common Thread :Mary Pettigrew is not your typical fly angler. As a 70 year old widow she brings more spunk to the sport of fly fishing than most others out there, making monster Pike on the fly look effortless. Alongside her family, Mary’s trips to Northern Saskatchewan have woven together a web of memories that will not be forgotten. As the next generation of family pick up the fly rod, the common thread amongst them continues to grow stronger.

Cosmoledo Junkie: Helmut Zaderer is an Austrian with a passion for fly fishing. Partnering up with Norwegian photographer Yngve Ask they explore some of the most unique locations accessible, and less accessible for fly fishing on the planet. Cosmoledo Atoll in the Seychelles is one of those unique locations for saltwater fly fishing and GT. Helmut is a Cosmoledo veteran that has visited this place since it opened 10 years back. He still come here 1 or 2 times every year, why? Because he is a Cosmoledo Junky. Sit back, enjoy, dream as the crew will take you up close and personal to some of the best GT fishing there is.

Project Rainbow While many people have heard of the Gunnison River that flows through the Black Canyon and Gunnison Gorge, not many people have heard the story of the Gunnison River Rainbow. The story of how, following the accidental introduction of whirling disease in 1993, these rainbows went from nearly 10,000 fish in a 2-mile stretch of river to only 86 fish a decade later. However, in recent years these fish have started to make a strong comeback. The resurgence of the Gunnison River Rainbow serves as a beacon of hope for other fisheries around North America that are feeling the impact of whirling disease.

Downunder, Australia is more than just sunny beaches, kangaroos, and locals saying G’Day. Join Josh Hutchins, from Aussie Fly Fisher, as he embarks on a fly fishing adventure down under. Traveling through mountains, rainforests, and deserts, from the bottom of Australia to the top, Josh uncovers the treasure trove of Australian species. Ticking off a bucket list of Trout, GTs, Permit and Murray cod, their road trip takes them across 5,000km from Tasmania to Cape York. With snow-covered lakes, friendly kangaroos, not so friendly crocodiles and an endless horizon of red dirt, it’s a pilgrimage not to be missed.

Relentless Pursuit, The founder of Captain Jack Productions, Jako Lucas is well known for going on some crazy adventures all over the globe in the hope of introducing the fly fishing community to a new location or species. The need to create a dream for young fly fishermen is what propels him to explore the uncharted waters. It is with this spirit that Jako spent 2019 traveling over 125,000 miles exploring the corners of Cameroon, the Amazon jungle and almost everything in-between. When Jako is home, he makes time to guide on the Texas coast. Look through the lens and join Jako on this discovery through these 2019 adventures.

Machaca! In the rainforests of Costa Rica there is a relationship that doesn’t happen anywhere else on the planet. The film tells the story of the relationship between the machaca, a vegetarian fish, and the diverse forest. The feeding behavior and fishing techniques can be easily identified with by trout fishermen the world over, but the machaca’s aggressive takes and exotic characteristics make them an adversary all their own. This film will introduce a species completely new and unique to the global fly fishing community in a light, fun, and adventurous fashion.

TIME is an exploration of Lefty Kreh’s legacy with some of the sports greatest living legends. Flip Pallot, Blane Chocklett, and Bob Clouser explore the backwaters of inland Florida- one of Lefty’s favorite fishing areas- and discuss how Lefty’s presence influenced their own trajectories in a life of fly fishing.

Baja lines  In remote Baja, Mexico childhood friends stumble upon an untapped Mecca for two dissimilar passions: stalking striped marlin on the fly and progressive, freeride mountain biking. But in this part of the world, almost nothing, other than a cold beer at the end of the day, comes easily. Through hardscrabble adventure and misadventure, this motley crew hopes to find never-before ridden terrain and experience marlin exploding into chaotic topwater action. Presenting Sponsors: Simms, 10 Barrel Brewing, Shimano, G Loomis @gloomisfly, Los Locos Mag Bay. Supporting Sponsors: Costa Del Mar, Hatch Outdoors, Flylow, Flylords, Alpacka rafts.

The Whitewater Time on the water is one of the most important priorities for Kate Crump and her husband Justin Crump. As fly fishing guides who split their time between Oregon and Alaska, they’re living the dream of a never-ending season of chasing trout, steelhead, and salmon. But their deep connection to the water is forcing them to confront a stark reality- many of the rivers and wild places they love require a fight to survive.

Expectations: What do fishing guides do after a guide season ends. Lot’s of different things, but for this group of four Alaskan fishing guides, it is right on to their next great adventure. While they have no idea what to expect getting on a plane to a remote island with fellow guide and lodge owner Will Blair, they are certain excitement awaits. Follow along with this motley crew as they explore what they are told is one of the last untouched fisheries in the region.

The Bahama’s have always been affected by hurricanes. Both hurricane Irma and Dorian have seriously affected many of the island communities that greatly benefit from anglers dollars. They can really use the help and support from anglers everywhere. If you are deciding where to go on your next trip follow Yellow Dog Fly Fishing Adventures and their Double Haul for Dorian relief fund or go down to the Bahamas and support the local lodges and businesses.

It’s over. So ARe you renting it or buying it? Don’t forget the drinks and the food!