2020 Fly Fishing Film Tour Virtual Event

2020 Fly Fishing Film Tour Virtual Event

How does the 2020 Virtual F3T work?

Go to https://flyfilmtour.com/buy-tickets/ and find an event closest to your geographic location. Tickets will be available starting August 3rd. The event will start on August 27th at 7:00 PM (EST). After purchasing a ticket you will be able to watch the film for up to one week after purchase. In addition to the 2020 films we will also be announcing some free content that comes along with your purchase around mid-August. You won’t be disappointed.

National Tour Events

There will be over 50 sponsor raffles prizes given away for the national tour shows with a total value exceeding $50,000. If you choose to purchase your ticket to a national tour event, a limited number of F3T hats and buffs will be available for you to pick up from the fly shops listed on the event page. You can also find links on these pages to support raffles or donate to local conservation and non-profit groups.

Independently Promoted Events

The independently promoted events will have separate fundraisers and raffles to support local conservation and non-profit organizations. Each promoter has an opportunity to customize their event page so they will all look different. More than a dozen groups will be raising funds for important fly fishing based non-profit projects. Even if you purchase a ticket to a national tour event, make sure you support their raffles.

The Show

Once you have purchased your ticket you will have access to a special 10 minute waiting room video before the event begins! If you manage to watch the entire video you will have an opportunity to put your name into the raffle twice. This is a special offer. Included in the waiting room is a description of all the sponsor prizes, special giveaways, a digital Stonefly Magazine, and trailers to get your excited for the films. This is the first time ever we are giving audience members an opportunity to put their name into the raffle twice! Don’t miss out.


The show will kick off around 6:30 PM (EST) with a walk-in slide show. Featuring behind the scenes pictures from the film, fun music and fresh content it will keep you entertained. It will be the perfect opportunity to crack a beer and wait for the kick off. Similar to a live event, the show will be cohosted and have an introduction, intermission and conclusion. Our lineup this year is a perfect split between freshwater, saltwater, domestic and international films. We’ve had tremendous feedback on our line-up so far, and we are sure you will enjoy it.


Simms Dry Creek Z Backpack

Hopper Flip 18 YETI Cooler

Costa Sunglasses

Colorado LT, Animas and Gunnison Ross Reels

Amplitude Scientific Angler Fly Lines

Thomas & Thomas Fly Rods

Oskar Blue Bar Lights

A trip to the Seychelles courtesy of Yellow Dog Fly Fishing Adventures & Alphonse fishing lodge.

Special Prizes

Simms Fishing Products

The men’s package includes a pair of G4Z Waders, G4 Pro Jacket, G4 Pro Boots, Extreme Bi-comp Hoody, Solar Flex Plus Hoody, and featured hats. The women’s package includes a pair of G3Z Waders, G3 Jacket, Fly Weight Boots, Mid Current Jacket, Solar Flex Hoody, and featured hats.

YETI Coolers

The package includes the new Trailhead Camp Chair, new Roadie Cooler, new Loadout Go Box, New Day Trip Lunch Box, Stackable 10 oz Mugs, Stackable 12 oz Pint, 25 oz Rambler with a Chug Cap, 1 Gallon Rambler, Custom F3T 12 oz Yeti Rambler with Hot Shot Lid, Yeti Rambler Straw Cap, Tie-Down Kit and featured hats.

Costa Sunglasses

The package includes a pair of sunglasses of your frame and lens choice for a man and woman. Featuring new all the new models! The package also includes a 45 L Duffle, Sunglass Retainers, Cleaning Cloth’s, and featured hats.

Don’t forget those tickets! https://flyfilmtour.com/buy-tickets/


Where it all Started – 2019 Fly Fishing Film Tour

Where it all Started – 2019 Fly Fishing Film Tour


Where It All Started

Karlie Roland learned to fish on the Henry’s Fork river in Idaho. Her family has a cabin in Island Park and they’ve been going there since the early 80s. Last fall she took a job at Trouthunter Lodge and returned to the river where it all started. The new gig and her move back to Island Park represents a homecoming of sorts for Karlie. She’ll be the first to tell you that the Henry’s Fork feels like home.

About a month before her job officially started she made a trip to Island Park to meet up with her family for a few days of fishing. She got to guide her dad and grandpa. Grandma was there too, but she let the boys and Karlie have at it. Local guide Keegan Barrett also joined the crew. What followed was four days of Idaho fly fishing at it’s best. The Henry’s Fork is sacred water and for good reason. The river is full of healthy fish, the surroundings are postcard-perfect and the fly fishing culture is as rich as it gets. Simply put: Island Park is a trout bum’s paradise. That’s why Karlie decided to move there.

Karlie has spent the last three years in West Seattle working for Emerald Water Anglers. And while her time in the NW has served as a jumping off point and offered up countless sea-run fish to catch, Karlie’s heart is in the Rocky Mountains. So, she traded the urban apartment for a cabin in the woods.

Where It All Started offers a glimpse into the fishing lives of Karlie and the rest of the Roland family. Four generations of Rolands have fished the Henry’s Fork and now Karlie is continuing the tradition.