Fly Fishing Film Tour (2022)
The 16th annual Fly Fishing Film Tour is a traveling roadshow of the best fly fishing films in the world, hitting the road with a top-notch selection of films that are sure to get you fired up for the season ahead. The 2022 lineup features locations including Costa Rica, Maryland, Belize, Louisiana, Alabama, Australia, Colombia, and beyond. You can expect to see the incredible energy of a cicada hatch in action, follow a legendary spearfisherman across the endless atolls of Belize, watch as a mother passes her passion for fishing down to the next generation, and explore the history of one of the most legendary tarpon fisheries in the world at Casa Mar.
The F3T is the largest fly fishing film event of its kind: these special screenings aim to create community, inspire, encourage and support conservation efforts worldwide. Each evening is complete with a live emcee, raffle and door prizes from the tour’s premium sponsors, local fly shops and more. Come for the action, stay for the camaraderie, all while helping to raise money for the waters we love.
About Tampa Bay Waterkeeper:
Tampa Bay Waterkeeper is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to ensuring fishable, swimmable, and drinkable water for all in the Tampa Bay Area. Their mission is to protect everyone’s right to clean water by working collaboratively with citizens, local organizations and governments to safeguard coastal and inland waters using the law, science and community action.
The organization is a member of the Waterkeeper Alliance, a global network of over 350 grassroots leaders in six continents protecting everyone’s right to clean water. A clean and resilient watershed is essential to strong communities and a healthy economy. Serving the Tampa Bay Area’s population of more than 2.7 million people across Hillsborough and Pinellas counties, Tampa Bay Waterkeeper works to improve, protect, and preserve Tampa Bay’s watershed through citizen engagement and community action rooted in sound science and research. Their scope of work is diverse, with core issues including clean water, ecosystem protection, and coastal resiliency. Tampa Bay Waterkeeper researches issues diligently and works collaboratively with citizens, local organizations and governments so that together we can find the best solutions to supporting their work.