Thursday, March 2, 2017

F3T Fly Fishing Film Tour casts into the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, March 4

Event preview by Charles Cassady, Jr.

They’re not often as highly publicized and hyped as the broad-audience film festivals, but “mountain culture” and “adventure” film fests generally don’t have to brag; they’re avidly attended by insiders (of the outdoorsy type).

That goes for the F3T Fly Fishing Film Tour, a festival of angling-oriented short subjects, backed by wilderness outfitters and gear vendors such as Yeti and Costa.

A favorite annual event at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History’s longstanding Trout Club, the feature-length program of fishing shorts also includes a cash bar, tackle raffles and reps from local adventure clubs – not to mention extreme-sports-fishing imagery in the Museum’s Murch Auditorium.

Admission is $20 in advance, $25 at the door (pending availablity). The festival website is

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