2014 Fly Fishing Film Tour in the Blue Ridge

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The Fly Fishing Film Tour (otherwise known as F3T) is back, and is bigger and better than ever, quickly becoming one of the most exciting and dynamic outdoor film tours making the rounds nationwide.

Founded in 2007, the F3T is a unique  presentation of fly fishing cinema, growing quickly each year as it continues to add cities to the roster. Important to the festival’s mission and success, F3T is dedicated to supporting local fly shops and conservation groups that form the backbone of the sport’s educational and environmental efforts.

A portion of ticket sales from each show go to support fishing and habitat-related conservation groups. In 2013 the group raised $250,000 for conservation partners including Trout Unlimited, Wild Steelhead Coalition, Bonefish Tarpon Trust, Utah Stream Access Coalition, Stop Pebble Mine and more.

For a full schedule and to purchase tickets, click here. To win tickets to Thursday night’s show in Asheville, N.C., at Highland Brewing, answer our trivia question below and email Dusty with your answer!

For more information, check out Asheville’s local outfitter Hunter Banks for specific details on Asheville’s showing of the F3T.

Here is Your Trivia Question:

The conservation group Trout Unlimited was founded in 1959 in which U.S. state?

Email your answer to dusty@blueridgeoutdoors.com to win a pair of tickets to Thursday night’s F3T showing in Asheville!

Winner will be drawn and announced Wednesday at 5 p.m. EST. Must be able to attend the event on Thursday night in Asheville to win!

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