Washington Water Trust (WWT) is thrilled to host a showing of the 17th annual FLY FISHING FILM TOUR (F3T) in Walla Walla at the historic Gesa Power House Theatre on Thurs, Nov. 9 at 6 pm. F3T is proudly presented by Costa, YETI, and Simms Fishing. Its top-notch selection of short films will fire up anglers of all ages! There will also be great raffle items available from Patagonia, YETI, Costa, Simms Fishing, and more!
Proceeds from the event will benefit WWT’s work restoring rivers and streams in the Walla Walla region and across the state.
The F3T is the original and largest fly fishing film event of its kind. The films will feature locations from Cuba to Patagonia, Mexico to Australia, Alaska, Wyoming, the Deep South, Massachusetts and beyond. Experience the achievement of a permit slam, follow the journey of one boy from Mexico to the waters of Wyoming, explore the best international waters and compete for the legendary belt buckle. Join us for a journey of adventure, friendship and the best fly fishing action!
Washington Water Trust is a non-profit organization that restores and protects rivers and streams across Washington including the Walla Walla River, Touchet River, and Mill Creek. WWT has partnered with people and groups in local communities for more than 25 years to put water back instream when and where it is needed most to benefit fish and those who love and depend upon healthy abundantly flowing rivers and streams in their communities. Thanks to the support of our donors and partners, more than 5.7 billion gallons of restored water was flowing in salmon streams in 2022, a critical boost for threatened species and river ecosystems that support fly fishing!
WWT protects and restores healthy rivers and streams across Washington so that fish, farms and communities can thrive for generations. Enjoy F3T and make a difference with WWT on Nov. 9!