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Fly Fishing Film Tour to return

Don’t miss out on our annual screening of the incredible Fly Fishing Film Tour — a perfect way to spend a cold winter night dreaming about the fishing season ahead!

Check out the trailers to this year’s lineup of films that will get your heart pumping!

Each year we offer two showings so that there’s a location or date that will work best for more people, and we’re thrilled to be joined by over 400 avid anglers and conservationists who enjoy a fun night and help support our important work.

Join fellow anglers at the Stamford Majestic Theater on Friday, Feb. 8, or at Edmond Town Hall in Newtown on Friday, March 8 — or join us at both shows and bring friends, family and fishing buddies! Tickets are $25 in advance online or $30 the night of the shows.

Click here to buy tickets to the Stamford show on Feb. 8!

Click here to buy tickets to the Newtown show on March 8!

Doors open at 6:30 p.m., and the event features a cash bar serving cold beer, and wine donated by Brescome Barton Distributors. The raffle includes more than $2,000 worth of great prizes!

If you’ve never been to an “F3T” showing, you’re in for a treat. You will watch dozens of incredibly shot, exciting fishing and conservation films while enjoying a few cold drinks and fun raffles and door prizes.

The best part is that this great night supports the conservation and education programs of the Mianus, Candlewood and Nutmeg Chapters of Trout Unlimited here in Fairfield County!

While tickets may be available at the door the night of the screening, we can’t guarantee a space as we’ve sold out in past years!

Fly Fishing Film Tour Feb. 23

The Fly Fishing Film Tour will wade into Stamford Friday night, Feb. 23, to benefit education and conservation efforts by the Candlewood, Mianus and Nutmeg chapters of Trout Unlimited.

Doors to the Stamford Majestic Theater open at 7 p.m. Tickets are $25 each online or $30 at the door.

Click here to buy tickets to Stamford on Feb. 23

Nearly 200 people attended the first showing Feb. 2 in Trumbull, and last year’s event in Trumbull sold out, forcing organizers to turn people away.

In addition to fly angling movies on the big screen, the evening will include drinks, raffles and door prizes.

Some films include graphic language and situations which may be inappropriate for younger viewers.

Trailers can be viewed at flyflimtour.com.