Fly Fishing Film Tour Local Ticket Giveaway!

After a long winter, it’s time for the official kick off to the spring fly fishing season in the greater Jackson Hole area! The Fly Fishing Film Tour films are sure to get you fired up for the season ahead and we’ve got a giveaway for all you locals! Win 2 tickets to the Fly Fishing Film Tour (either Center for the Arts/Jackson, WY – March 22nd or HighPoint Cider/Victor, ID – March 21st showing), a Turtle Box Waterproof Outdoor Bluetooth Speaker for your upcoming time on the water and a $100 WCA Gift Card to stock up for your angling adventures ahead this season!

Fill out the form below to be entered to win! Giveaway closes at 6pm MST on March 17th. Winner announced on March 18th!

Definition of a Local – you must live or have a mailing address within a 60 mile radius of the WorldCast Anglers Fly Shop in Victor, ID.

Fly Fishing Film Tour 2024 Information & Trailers:

Jackson Hole Fly Fishing Film Tour 2024

Teton Valley Fly Fishing Film Tour 2022

March 21st, 2024

High Point Cider, Victor ID

Doors Open at 6:00 pm

Films Start 7:00 pm

Tickets ONLY at WorldCast Anglers Fly Shop


Jackson Hole Fly Fishing Film Tour

March 22nd, 2024

Center for the Arts, Jackson WY

Doors Open at 6:00 pm

Films Start 7:00 pm

Tickets ONLY at Center Box Office (CLICK HERE)


Fly Fishing Film Tour Trailers:

Marlin Fly Project

Produced by: Costa Films
Location: Mexico
Film Maker: Perrin James & Wiley Watson
The project, which took place in Southwestern Baja, Mexico, December 2022, stands as the ultimate culmination of community and conservation. Led by Costa, it brought together Costa Pros, leading billfish scientists, conservation organizations, and community partners to pursue this mission in tandem with local captains, guides and the San Carlos community.

A Line in the Sand

Produced by: Black Mountain Cinema
Location: Bahamas
Film Maker: Harrison Hughes
Species: Bonefish

The island of Andros is a pristine ecosystem, with the largest freshwater source in the Bahamas, massive mangrove shoreline, of the world’s largest barrier reefs, and a legendary bonefish habitat. Now, a small group of anglers and activists are raising their voices in an effort to stop a 5,000-acre limestone mine threatening its future.

I'll Wait Here Forever

I’ll Wait Here Forever
Produced by: Huckberry
Location: Yucatán, Mexico
Film Maker: RC Cone

Fly Fishing for permit is like waiting at the DMV.” Eeland Stribling has been lucky enough to travel the world for all kinds of fish but there’s one fish where his luck has run out. Follow Eeland’s adventure through Mexico as he learns what waiting means.

Only the Salmon Know

Directed by: Fred Campbell
Location: Canada
Species: Atlantic Salmon
Filmmaker: Hooké

For the past 15 years, Fred Campbell has traveled relentlessly across eastern Canada to fly fish for Atlantic salmon. In the rich territories of Nunavik, Labrador, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Quebec, he has discovered beautiful rivers where these mysterious fish come to spawn. After all these years, his passion and curiosity are still strong. His desire to get in touch with the fish of a lifetime has grown over the years, pushing him to continue learning and exploring. Stories of great salmon have been heard, but for them to take the fly, many factors must align.

This year, to celebrate Hooké’s 10th anniversary, Fred went on a trip to three rivers where he had never fished, in search of the fish he had been dreaming of all these years. Accompanied by local guides and good friends, he ventured out on the Causapscal, Patapedia and Restigouche rivers for the trip of a lifetime where only the salmon know why they take the fly.


Produced by: Kate Targett
Location: Canada
Film Maker: Renaud Furlotte

This short film features Kate Wilson, her husband and friends, as they seek out to make the most out of the spring ‘shoulder’ season in search of large brown trout, in between turns up at the local ski hill. This film showcases what taking advantage of your backyard can look like and how two passions can overlap within the same season, spring!

Triple Trouble

Produced by: Dorsal Outdoors
Location: USA
Film Maker: Ben Meadows

For MB, it’s time. She’s long dreamed of going to the salt to chase a new species on a fly rod, and now, it’s her opportunity. But there’s a hitch. She’s not interested in the A-list of fly fishing species. Permit? Not right now. Bonefish? Might be nice. Trevally? Well, that’s a long plane ride. No, MB wants to do this her way. She wants… a tripletail. For Danielle, saltwater species are home. From the Eastern shore of Mobile bay, all the way to the Florida Keys, she’s cut her teeth on every saltwater species imaginable. She’s passionate about protecting tripletail and raising awareness for the species. Together, they’ll travel across the south, deep into the Alabama River delta to try and catch what many consider one of the most unique fish in saltwater.


Produced: Tyler Soares
Location: US
Film Maker: Tyler Soares
Species: Steelhead

Lael Johnson, Steelhead guide, navigates Washington waters while unpacking challenges faced throughout his youth and present day. And how these experiences effected him, shaped him, and ultimately saved him.

Rio De Gigantes

Produced by: Helmut Zaderer
Filmmaker: Vaidas Uselis
Location: Brazil
Species: Peacock Bass

Peacock bass unquestionably stand out as one of the most intriguing catches on a fly in the Amazon, and Rio Marie is an exceptional location. Helmut Zanderer had previously targeted various peacock bass species but landing a trophy fish, one exceeding 20 pounds, was uncharted territory for him. Follow him and his team as they venture deep into the Amazon jungle as they chase Cichla temensis, the largest in the family of the peacock bass.

Pops Flies

Pop’s Flies
Produced by: The Fly Fishing Nation Media
Location: USA
Film Maker: Clay Hervey

We all have questions about our past. Why are we the way we are?

What happens when a family relic shows up out of nowhere and turns into a guiding light for a possible answer to that question? Ray Cameron has been fishing his entire life, but over the past few years he has learned so much more than he ever expected.

About fishing. About his family. About himself.

Two years ago after starting to tie flies for the first time, his dad gifted him a notebook that was his great grandfather’s. In the notebook, there were close to 100 hand-drawn fly patterns and detailed instructions on how to tie them. This notebook turned out to be the tip of the iceberg and has led Ray down a path of discovery that involves generations of his family. This film follows Ray’s journey alongside his father, Bill, as they use fishing and Pop’s notebook as a platform to discover threads of story that connect them to generations past.

The Art of Freedom

The Art of Freedom
Produced by: The Fly Fishing Nation Media
Location: Norway
Film Maker: Tobias Park

Sarah started fly fishing 12 years ago when she met Tobias. Little did she know that not only would it redirect her life, it would come to define it. Half a decade of bumming around in a four by four in Patagonia solidified her destiny, but it wasn’t until she dived head first into the rabbit hole of Atlantic Salmon fly fishing that she realized there was no way back from there..

Rods, Rolls & Reality

Location: Slovenia
Species: Marble Trout
Directed by : Rok Rozman, Rožle Bregar
Produced by: Leeway Collective

Swapping paddles for rods, this crew of kayakers attempt to learn how to put the hook in the right spot. Under the emerald waters of Slovenia’s Soča River hides an endemic trout, creating both a classroom and a playground for misadventure.

Cayo Santa Gaspe

Location: Quebec
Film Maker: Jerome Charest

Cayo Santa Gaspe is a comedy story based on Étienne, a purist salmon fishing guide with all the stereotypes that surround the character. Following a slightly too drunken evening, Étienne wakes up on an island in the middle of nowhere where he meets Andrew, a striped bass flats fishing junky. This event will turn his life, his career and his passion for salmon fishing upside down…This film is the Hollywood of fly fishing films, get ready!

At The Sand

At The Sand
Location: US
Film Maker: Jack Beaudoin

About the Fly Fishing Film Tour:

The 18th annual FLY FISHING FILM TOUR (F3T) is back on the road with a top notch selection of short films that are sure to get you fired up for the season ahead! This year there will be films that take you into the science of the Costa Marlin Project, to the deep depths of the jungle for the massive Peacock Bass, and will have a Steelhead story with characters as rare as the fish itself +  many, many more. The F3T is the original and largest fly fishing film event of its kind and we are proud to be an annual community event for all anglers. Come for the action, the journey of adventure, friendship and the best fly fishing action.