Rangeley hosts both virtual and live Fly Fishing Film Festival

Rangeley -International Fry Fry Film Festival (Saturday) almost lived to Rangeley Lakes on August 6 (Saturday), including nine parts from all over the world around the world.Short films and long movies.These movies show the passion, lifestyle and culture of international flying fishing.

The event was hosted by the Rangeley Lakes History Society/Outdoor Heritage Museum and sponsored by Oxbow Bremery.

The live performance is at the Rangeley LakeSide Theater of the Main ST. 2493

The theater goalkeeper was open at 7 pm, and live broadcast and virtual performances started from 7:30 pm.The general tickets for live or virtual activities are $ 15 in advance and $ 20 on the day of the performance.Once logged in, the performance of visiting virtual movies will be awarded for 7 days.All income will be used for outdoor inheritance museums.

Tickets can be purchased at OQUOSSOC Outdoor Heritage Museum.

In addition to the movie, there will also be flying fishing products, draws and silent auctions.Bow beer, wine and snacks are available on the franchise.

A participant will be selected as a 2022 prize drawing. The award is composed of flying fishing equipment provided by the International Flying Fishing Film Festival sponsor and is worth thousands of dollars.

Among the movies to be shown:

? Cadis Magic.A movie that hopes that bugs will incubate and catfish will rise.

? Farquhar, fish fishing country.For more than a year, the fisherman community has visited Farquhar Ring Reef, one of the most remote outer islands in the central Indian Ocean for the first time.

?west.Brian O’Keefe cast a small mouth bass on Flyrod Poppers;

? Casting Mayan.Shengtianwan in Yucatan, Mexico, to find bone fish, allow, Snooker and Tappen;

? A season in the south.Remote river in different areas of New Zealand;

?flat.In 2021, the stimulatory fishermen chose the winner to explore the Pacific and Indian ocean salt water apartments in Australia; and

? Enter blue.Go to the salt in northern Queensland in northern Australia, wading and hovering.

Other movies include a flying fishing refugee, which is the story of Poland in the early 1980s of Poland. With the family waters, see the trophy catfish in British Columbia.

For information about this screening, please contact the host.For more information and movie trailers, please visit www.flyfilmfest.com

About IF4: The International Flying Fishing Film Festival was established in 2011. It is an inclusive and far -reaching flying fishing film event.IF4 is composed of short films and long films produced by professional film producers from all over the world, showing the enthusiasm, lifestyle and culture of fly fishing.These films have attracted the attention of fishing people around the world.