On Thursday, November 9 at 7PM, join host Washington Water Trust (WWT) for the 17th annual Fly Fishing Film Tour (F3T), a traveling roadshow of the best fly fishing films in the world.
Through a submission process, films are selected to bring some of the best content to the big screen. The F3T is more than just the film, our shows aim to create community, inspire, encourage and support conservation efforts.
Come for the action, stay for the camaraderie, all while helping to raise money for Washignton’s rivers and streams. So get ready to kick back and enjoy the cinematography that will get you stoked on fly fishing.
Tickets are available at https://bit.ly/wwt-f3t-ww23.
Currently in its 25th year, WWT is a nonprofit organization that restores and protects rivers and streams across Washington including the Walla Walla River, Touchet River and Mill Creek in the Walla Walla region. WWT partners with farmers, tribes, businesses, government agencies, non-profits and others to put water back in-stream when and where it is needed most to benefit fish and those who love and depend upon healthy abundantly-flowing rivers and streams in their communities.
This event is a rental by Washington Water Trust. Click here to learn more about renting the theatre for your own event!