Fly Fishing Film Tour at the Vogue Theater, San Francisco.
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This year's Fly Fishing Film Tour is a collection of six outstanding short films.
This event is a benefit for Golden Gate Trout Unlimited.
Sponsored by Lost Coast Outfitters, San Francisco's Fly Shop. Lost Coast Outfitters is located at 540 Jackson St, near the corner of Jackson and Columbus in the heart of S.F.'s Financial District. www.lostcoastoutfitters.com
Beyond the Horizon by Cold Collaborative is the story of Guanaja, Honduras native, Rankin Jackson and his struggle to provide for his family while surviving the push of the drug trade and ultimately how fly fishing revealed his road to redemption.
100 Miles by Flyout Media The goal of this expedition was simple – to use packrafts as a tool to explore and fish an extremely remote and braided river system in Alaska, much of which is not accessible with larger rafts. The simple and no-frills nature of packrafting offers the ultimate in flexibility and mobility. In climbing, they call it going alpine style – lightweight, fast, efficient. For an angler, this means accessing countless small channels and mouse-eating trout without the worry of dead ends, portages, and extra baggage.
The African Tiger by Capt. Jack Productions (Jako Lucas). Africa is best known for its wild safaris showcasing its impressive wildlife, with campfires and beautiful sunsets in the background. However, it also offers a Fly Fisherman a chance at a once-in-a-lifetime adventure, and an opportunity to try and tame… The African Tiger!
Dubai on the Fly by Beattie Outdoor Productions. When westerners think of Dubai, fishing is about the last thing we imagine, if we think of it at all. But at the heart of this fast, modern city lies a shockingly intact traditional fishing culture alongside a blooming fly angling industry.
Atlanticus by Castaway Films. Atlanticus picks up where many Tarpon stories leave off. This is not the familiar tale of migrations, worms, or flats. Rather, this film follows a group of friends on an incredible journey from the beaches of Gabon, through Mexico, and deep into Central America.
Landsick by Costa Del Mar. For decades, Chuck Ragan seemed to be in constant motion, first touring with the influential punk band, Hot Water Music, and later as a solo artist. But in 2015, Ragan got his guide’s license and downshifted to life in Grass Valley to spend more time with his wife and young son, while putting clients on trout, steelhead, and bass in the Sierra foothills, along with stripers in the California Delta. LANDSICK from Costa del Mar and filmmaker Matt Devlin, is about the tension between life on the road and the water.