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    Default Fly Fishing Film Festival tickets on sale now

    http://beartooththeatre.net/movies/f...tour-2017-f3t/

    The tickets for the film festival at the Bear Tooth are on sale now. There are two shows (5:30 and 8:30) on March 23rd, and these always sell out pretty quickly.

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    We attended a 'Wild and Scenic' film festival in Kenai. Turns out it was just a bunch of propaganda against oil drilling in Alaska. Also they were against the dam on the Susitna, but that isn't getting built anyway. They did serve us pizza though.
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    I know it's a long shot and it may not even be legal for me to ask, but if anyone has any tickets they aren't going to use please send me a pm. I waited too long this year and now they are all sold out.

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    Thoughts on this years film fest? Didn't like it as much as years past, too much talking and not enough fishing.
    hook, line, sinker, done.

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    I agree with you, FishAK. Seems like they take a step down each year. Maybe it's because this year focused more on the salt and tarpon which I can't associate with, although I did enjoy the Sand Flea one (what a good, passionate guy). Don't get me wrong as it was still entertaining and I enjoyed a few of the films. Ending with the over the top propaganda film did leave a bad taste in my mouth though.

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    I can't complain, since Akfreezerfiller was generous enough to offer free tickets to my wife and I. Can't thank you enough man. I really appreciate it. Rep points coming your way. As for the show, I agree there was more talk and less action than usual, but still had a good time. I was surprised there was very little if any at all steelhead action. I always enjoy watching the steelhead in SE Alaska or British Columbia. My favorite parts were the tarpon, permit, bonefish, taimen, and pike fishing segments.

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    that pike fishing was awesome! The other shot that was really cool was the drone video of the taimen
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