Countdown to your winter escape
The annual Fly Fishing Film Tour is almost here! Next week the F3T will be showing in Spokane at the Bing Crosby Theater downtown at 7pm. Fly anglers will enjoy an evening of films and camaraderie with films showcasing far off destinations and even some more close to home.
Discount tickets still available at the Silver Bow for $15. Cash or card works. Sold Out
Enter to Win a pair of Simms Freestone Waders
Purchase ANY item in the store with your F3T tickets and you will be entered in the drawing for a FREE pair of Simms Freestone Waders (men's or women's). You can literally buy 1 fly with your ticket and you will have a chance to win. Everyone can use at least one more fly! In all seriousness, support your local fly shops. *Winner can come down to the Silver Bow to get sized up and then we will order the waders from Simms.
- Date - Tuesday, January 29th, 2019
- Location - Bing Crosby Theater
- Time - Doors 6:00 PM / Show 7:00 PM
- Cost - $15.00 at the Silver Bow Fly Shop. Sold Out
$18.00 online or door (Online or door tickets does not enter you into Simms wader raffle).
2019 Fly Fishing Film Tour Trailers... a little somthing for everyone!
In "NexGen", filmmaker RA Beattie tells the story of generational bonds and friendships formed through fly fishing. In the film, Beattie offers a new perspective, as the film is told from the point of view and with the narration of Jack Buccola — a 12-year-old angler from Bend, Oregon. The film follows Jack as he experiences living in a fly fisherman’s house, witnesses the impact of fires on his home waters, and explores new waters on a road trip with his father Ryan, friend Judd Field, and Judd’s father Pete. Throughout the journey, Jack grows to appreciate the steelhead of the Northwest, the native cutthroat trout found on the South Fork of the Snake River and other tributaries, and Jack also realizes the potential for more travel with a tying business.
Eric Jackson and Vantage Cinema present a story about ﬂy-ﬁshing, snowboarding and searching for alignment in the mountains.
Filmed on location in Northern BC, Alignment features Eric Jackson, John Jackson, Curtis Ciszek, Darcy Bacha and friends as they explore wild rivers and epic mountains while spending an entire season living in a cabin outside Terrace, British Columbia.
Australia is world famous for its natural wonders, wide open spaces and multiple wild things that want to kill you. From its beaches, to the deserts, the Outback and the Great Barrier Reef, it has a lot to offer, but for fly anglers it’s coming of age as one of those truly global “bucket list” fly fishing destinations. Despite the increased attention, there are still so many untouched or remote fly fishing adventures to be had around this amazing country. Forced to pick just one, the Capt Jack Productions team rigged up and went exploring the wild and untouched coastline of Northern Australia.
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.
The battle with a tarpon is the most sought after among fly anglers. Prepare your senses for an unrivaled cinematic experience as renowned Poon Lord David Mangum wrestles with the Mirror-Flanked Launch Dragons of the Florida Coast
MOVEMENTS is a symphonic saga – in four parts (RAINBOW, STEELHEAD, MUSKY, STRIPER) – of three Alaska fishing guides who, following the close of the summer season, road trip their way home in a 2003 Dodge Caravan (best known as ‘Van-a White’ and for its lack of a reverse gear) from AK to NYC. From an Alaskan paradise to a literal Gomorrah in four short weeks – arriving in Time Square on Halloween night – MOVEMENTS is a stunning 14-minute showcase of what North America has to offer in terms of its diverse beauty and angling opportunities, and an invitation to rediscover where and why we fell in love with fly fishing in the first place.
Every so often a fly pattern evolves to significantly change the odds of enticing the most difficult fish species, which have been driving fishing guides and anglers to the brink of sanity for decades. Alphlexo is the story of how the Alphonse Fishing Company guides combined and evolved various patterns, to finally tie a fly that has revolutionized the odds of catching Indo-Pacific permit. The Alphlexo is a hybrid that combines flies like the Flexo Crab, Orvice Crab and various others to change the odds of catching the most technical fish that swim the flats of the Seychelles. The end result is a crab that an angler can confidently cast at an Indo-Pacific permit with a true belief that they have a chance at a reaction or even striking gold.