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  • Fly Fishing Film Tour makes splash at the Bing

    Inland Northwest fly casters will get a respite next week from local winter doldrums as films about fishing from around the world, including the sunny tropics, will screen in Spokane …


  • Fly-fishing films focus on adventure

    Thirteen action-packed fly-fishing films featuring fish ranging from Idaho trout to whoppers in the European nation of Georgia are being packaged into a two-hour show coming to Spokane. The 2013 …


  • Hank, Crazy Reese find humor on the fly

    Hank Patterson is the funniest man in fly fishing. OK, maybe that’s setting the bar a little low, but a low bar is how “Hank Patterson” came to be. Hank …


  • Fly Fishing Film Tour returns to Inland Northwest

    The 2012 Fly Fishing Film Tour, which has been traveling across the country and revving up enthusiastic audiences since February, is coming back to the Inland Northwest. Portions of 11 …


  • 2012 Fly Fishing Film Tour hooks the thrill of the catch

    Whether the focus is trout rising to tiny tricos in Montana or to huge cicadas in New Zealand, the global nature of the Fly Fishing Film Tour is luring anglers …


  • Guide idles rod for filmmaking

    The transformation of Simon Perkins is as startling as a stonefly nymph’s metamorphosis to a salmonfly. While guiding fly fishers on Montana’s Smith, Blackfoot and Missouri rivers for seven years, …


  • Fly Fishing Film Tour brings 10 cutting-edge flicks to The Bing

    The Fly Fishing Film Tour is making its fourth annual winter run through Spokane on Thursday, bringing the pulse of rivers, saltwater flats and heart-thumping music to the Bing Crosby …


  • Fly Fishing Film Tour coming Thursday at The Bing

    The Fly Fishing Film Tour is making its fourth annual winter run through Spokane on Thursday, bringing the pulse of rivers, saltwater flats and heart-thumping music to the Bing Crosby …


  • Fly Fishing Film Tour returns to The Bing

    Loud rock music and a dizzying pace seem to be the antithesis of swinging a streamer through a steelhead run or drifting dries through a rise on a mountain trout …

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