Saturday, February 21, 2015

2013 Parker Colorado Fly Fishing Film Tour



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

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The most anticipated and celebrated event in the fly fishing industry, the Fly Fishing Film Tour (F3T), comes to The Wildlife Experience on Saturday, March 9th.

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.”





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Monday, February 2, 2015

Meet Another Trout Fisherman Named Tradd!

http://traddsflies.blogspot.com/

Check Out This Kid!

Many years ago I got bit by Fly Fishing literally and have never looked back. That was close to 25 years ago late into my teens -hope that didn't give away my age! I thought that growing up in South Georgia afforded me the ability Bass fish in some of the most amazing water around. It did but so did my trips to North Georgia & Wyoming chasing trout and learning some new skills.

I came across an amazing young talent recently that I'm sure has far surpassed the experience I had while growing up in the South learning to Fly Fish. Funny enough, we have another Trout Fanatic named Tradd! Yes there are more Tradd's out there and if you live in the South, you would be amazed how many are fisherman also.

http://traddsflies.blogspot.com/


If get the chance, make sure you take the time to check out Tradd's Flies for not only some incredible patterns, fly fishing tips, but also impressive fish pictures that will have my tenured fishing buddies jealous.

Anytime you can come across someone with his talent and experience at such a young age, the future is bright for the Sport of Fly Fishing. Make sure to also checkout out Tradd at some fly tying events throughout the South this year, he's definitely someone you can learn from.

Great Job Tradd and Keep it Up!




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Tuesday, January 20, 2015

This Is Fly Magazine Issue 49



This is Fly Magazine issue 49 has been released. This new dynamic edition includes seven featured stories from across the world, a rock n’ roll mixtape, stunning photography feature, featured fly tyer, and, of course, our featured artist.

Read engaging interviews and stories from Adam Feuerman and Alex Beck, Chase Hancock of Skinny Water Culture, Tara Kramer, Chris Owens, Thad Robinson, Jay Johnson, Brian Jill, Thomas Enderlin, Derek Martin and the Hooké Tribe and Ben Sittig. Enjoy the stunning photography offerings from Dylan Drebitko, Ben Sittig, Adam Feuerman, Tim Hancock, Fred Campbell and Kevin Feenstra. This is Fly Magazine continues to embrace diversity with a collection of stories that will take readers around the world chasing Brown Trout, Roosterfish, Redfish and the ferocious Papa New Guinea black bass!

Adam Feuerman and Alex Beck sit down and talk about their new project In Search of Grande which depicts their adventure in Baha Mexico in search for a ‘Grande’ roosterfish. Adam tells us, “Our trip was an adventure. To me, the definition of adventure is an exciting experience filled with highs, lows, and the eventual earned success. We definitely experienced that and I think many people can relate. The important thing is that we stayed positive. It’s easy to lose focus and optimism when things aren’t working out. It’s hard to stay driven and committed, but that’s what it takes to be successful in anything. Our story could not have written itself any better and that is why fisherman and non-fisherman alike should relate to this story..”

Dylan Drebitko is our featured photographer. Dylan is a new contributor and we look forward to working with him more in 2015. Make sure you check out his awesome black and white photography.

This is Fly Magazine has partnerships with Trout Unlimited, Bonefish Tarpon Trust, Casting for Recovery, Casting 4 A Cure, and Project Healing Waters. These relationships mean a lot to This is Fly Magazine and we plan to continue to work closely with each organization to benefit their cause in 2015.

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