2022 F3T Seedskadee TU


The Seedskadee Chapter of Trout Unlimited has announced that they will be bringing the Fly Fishing Film Tour - F3T to Sweetwater County for the 9th year!

The Fly Fishing Film Tour will be shown in the middle of the mighty Green River on Expedition Island on Friday March 4th. This event will be back indoors on the big screen with doors opening at 5 pm and film starting at 7 pm.
There will be raffles, games and drawings that will feature chances to win some amazing items!

The 16th annual F3T is back in action with a top notch selection of films that are sure to feed your fishing addiction. The 2022 show will feature locations from Costa Rica, Hawaii, Maryland, Belize, Louisiana, Alabama, Australia, Colombia and beyond. Follow a legendary spear fisherman 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 word at Casa Mar.

A variety of craft Beer & Wine, and Non-alcoholic beverages will be provided free of charge. Must be 21 or older to consume alcohol.
TBA on food.

$20 Tickets are being sold ONLINE or purchased at the event. 12 years old and younger get in free!
Find out more information about Seedskadee Chapter #533 of Trout Unlimited on Facebook/Instagram @seedskadeetroutwy

For information about the film, please contact Sadie Valdez at 406.425.1338 seedskadeetu@gmail.com or Nick Walrath at 307.532.0753 nick.walrath@tu.org

A Few 2022 F3T Film Highlights and Descriptions:
The Legend of Casa Mar details the history of one of the most legendary tarpon
fisheries on planet earth The film dances back and forth from past to present with a
breathtaking interview from fly fishing legend Peter Gorinsky, IGFA archive footage, and
supporting footage taken during the films production in 2021. This film follows anglers
Jesse Males, Mark Evans, Micah Baly and Thony Nunez as they uncover what the
jungle has now been hiding for decades. Vibes of jungle exploration mixed with stunning
tarpon action make this film run full-throttle from start to finish.
No one ever said it would be easy. Well, actually they did, but that was their
The Cobia In the Chesapeake Bay don’t eat a fly so much as they inspect it at
high speed. A fish that is known in many places as an easy quarry and a tasty
meal, is anything but in the Chesapeake (a water system where it has grown wary
from all the attention, especially from conventional anglers). The result is a fish
that tests Blane Chocklett’s mettle, patience and skill in the mid-atlantic sun.
The Cobia, a shark-meets-catfish, has become a target for fly anglers when it
floats up in the water column. Captains Tyler Nonn and Jason Barham trade
thoughts on the state of the fishery and strategies on how to intercept them before
they move to offshore habitat in Fall. What ensues is a reminder that no matter
how much you know, you've always got more to learn.
Inspired by a shrinking biomass and an uncertain future, Black Salmon shines a
light on the wary Cobia’s issues today. As decreasing numbers and warming
waters lead the fish north into unregulated regions, as we all try to keep up.
For the past two years Australians have been limited to travel within their own country.
This is not all bad news when you realise the diversity of fishing options in Australian
waters. In early 2021, Josh Hutchins, of Aussie Fly Fisher, and film-maker, Kane
Chenoweth, set off to one of Australia's most remote regions in search of clean water,
tropical vibes and big fish - the Cocos Keeling Islands.
With bountiful bonefish, intermittent shark-dodging, and relaxed Island vibes - Cocos
was full of surprises.
Despite schools of bonefish and the odd-GT distraction, we had a primary goal for the
trip: a Bumphead Parrotfish. We'd seen it done in the Seychelles, and we wanted to
catch one in our home waters. Let the mission begin...
Anglers: Joshua Hutchins, James Norny, Nick Sheriff, Cooper Watson
Josiah and the Bones is the story of proud Hawaiian native, combat veteran, and fishing
guide Josiah Koleo Ching. Filmed with permission on location in Molokai, HI. This film is
an honest exploration of the melding of life, trauma, heritage, joy, loss, family and
beauty. Set within the breathtaking beauty of the Hawaiian Islands, we look towards the
ocean as solace as well as ancestral harvesting of food. Come chase the elusive giant
Hawaiian bonefish, or, O'io in Josiah and the Bones only at the 2022 Fly Fishing Film
Talent: Josiah Koleo Ching