Admission Info

Tickets (Cash only at the gate)
Regardless of the weather, the show will go on!


One-Day Pass: $15
Two-Day Pass: $25


5 & Under: Free
6-12: $5


Scouts under 16 in uniform: free
Military with ID: $10

Lynnwood Show Info

Dates: February 16 & 17, 2019

Saturday: 9am – 5:30pm
Sunday: 9am – 4:30pm

Location: Lynnwood Convention Center
3711 196th Street SW
Lynnwood, WA 98036

BACK AGAIN: The International Fly Fishing Film Festival. One night only, Friday, February 16 at 6:00pm. $15; $10 in advance.

Learning Center

Fly Fishers International (FFI) is pleased to offer FREE fly fishing instruction at the Learning Center located on the main show floor.  Basic fly-casting, fly-tying, and knots, will be taught throughout the day-every day of the Fly Fishing Show.

Directions and Lodging

Lynnwood Convention Center

3711 196th Street SW
Lynnwood, WA 98036

Overflow parking at Lynnwood Convention Center:
Saturday 2/16/19:
Additional parking on Saturday, only, can be found east of the convention center at the Alderwood Community Church parking lot
Sunday 2/17/19:
Additional parking on Sunday can be found west of the convention center at the Washington Energy Services parking lot, located off 196th St SW.


From points north of Lynnwood and Everett:
Follow I-5 South.  Take exit 181 to merge onto WA-524 W/196th St SW.   Lynnwood Convention Center will be on the right.

From points south of Lynnwood and Seattle (Interstate 5):
Follow I-5 north to Poplar Way in Lynnwood;  take exit 181B Drive to 196th St SW.   Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto 196th St SW.   Lynnwood Convention Center will be on the right

From points south of Lynnwood and Bellevue (Interstate 405):
Follow I-405 north to Interstate 5. Take the Interstate 5 South exit toward Seattle/Lynnwood.   Keep right, follow signs for WA-524 W and merge onto WA-524 W/196th St SW.   Lynnwood Convention Center will be on the right


Sea-Tac Airport (SEA) – Lynnwood is 30 miles from the airport.   For ground transportation taxis, shuttles, rentals, and share ride options, please visit HERE.  

Shuttle Express offers service to Lynnwood with advance reservations at the following rates: 1-way: $57=1 person, $66/2, $75/3, $82/4: or call 425-981-7000.


Best Western Alderwood
19332 36th Avenue

West Lynnwood, WA 98036
Reservations: 425-775-7600
When calling for reservations be sure to mention the Show to receive special rates:  To book on-line with special rates, please click HERE.  Cut-off for special room rate is February 1, 2019.
Celebrities and Authors


Gary Borger: Gary Borger is one of the world’s foremost fly fishing educators. He has taught classes and lectured internationally on all aspects of fly-fishing for trout and salmon since 1972. He is recognized as one of the world’s leaders in fly designing. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and is Professor Emeritus at the University of Wisconsin Campus in Wausau. He has published widely in sporting magazines around the world and has written six best-selling books on fly fishing. Gary pioneered fly fishing video instruction with his release of “Nymphing” in 1982. Since then he has produced 27 instructional videos and has been featured in various television programs, including his own production “The Tzar’s Trout.” Gary was a consultant on Robert Redford’s movie “A River Runs Through It.” With his award-winning CD/cassette tape, “My Madison,” he pioneered fly fishing, nature-music audios. In addition, Gary has been design consultant to a number of manufacturers in the fly fishing industry. He is a member of the Board of Governors of the Federation of Fly Fisher’s fly casting instructor certification program, a member of many conservation organizations, and was a founding board member of the River Alliance of Wisconsin. He has received many awards for conservation, including the first Lew Jewett Memorial Life Membership in the Federation of Fly Fishers in 1979. Gary currently writes, lectures, produces videos, and teaches schools on all aspects of fly fishing and fly tying.

Tom Boyd: Tom Boyd Is a fishing researcher and consultant, instructor, outdoor writer, editor and lecturer. Captain Tom Boyd has over 50 years experience as a catch-and-release fly fisherman. As a professional fly fisherman, he has traveled the world in pursuit of fresh and salt water species. He has consulted with manufacturers and lodges on many aspects of fly fishing. Tom has taken countless world record-sized fish using IGFA regulations including a 340 lb. blue marlin on a 20 lb. tippet along with black marlin and giant sailfish; a 40.5 lb. roosterfish on a 10 lb. tippet (it’s the 12 lb. record) –most recently, 8/20/15, a 9 lb. 10 oz. Labrador brook trout. He has consulted with governments, researchers, ichthyologists, geneticists, captains, mates, and guides for over 35 years. He champions the sport for everyone especially the young and underprivileged, and has actively advocated for them politically.
Tom’s saltwater book is Saltwater’s Greatest Gamefish – Techniques and Tactics to Catch the Top 35 Species with Notes on Rankings and Speed. Tom and son Jeff Boyd wrote Trout Salmon and Char – A Master Guide to Understanding Their Behavior and the Top Techniques to Catch Them which will be published in December 2018 by Wild River Press. This book is ground-breaking with revolutionary information on salmonid behavior and often ground-breaking techniques to catch them. Half a lifetime went into the research of the book to allow its readers a better chance to catch their favorite salmonid.
Tom has taught fly fishing tactics and techniques to captains, mates, and guides for over 35 years. He teaches techniques in blue, green (shallow and flats), and fresh water. He has caught over 200 different species of gamefish from the Arctic to Tierra del Fuego. He specializes in gamefish behavior and developing often unique techniques to catch even the toughest species.
Tom writes for many different magazines, is interviewed on internet and radio fly fishing shows, has been a content editor and Editor-in-Chief of fly fishing magazines. Currently, he is Editor-at-Large of Fly Fish America magazine. As a fishing advocate, he has achieved many conservation break-throughs and is currently working with Fly Shop Mongolia to save endangered taimen.
He is founder and past president of Connecticut Outdoor Recreational Coalition (CORC); former President and Man-of-the Year recipient of Connecticut and Rhode Island Coastal Fly Fishermen (Conn/RI); Board member of Coastal Conservation Association, CT, Board member of Trout Unlimited, etc., and has won many fly fishing tournaments and awards.

Nate Brumley: Nate Brumley is the owner, and author of two new cutting-edge dry fly books: Addicted to the Rise and Winter on a Dry Fly. The only bugs sold at his company are dry flies and he’s mastered the use of them in all seasons over all bodies of fresh water. Nate has never sunk a nymph or fished a streamer. His offering is 50 plus years’ experience fishing a dry fly exclusively. Brumley’s tying sessions introduce dynamic new fly patterns. His presentations are rich in dry fly technique that include video to connect the concepts. These demonstrations are some of the most sought-after events in the industry at present and his breadth of knowledge is truly phenomenal. It’s been said that one hour with Nate is like gaining 10 years of dry fly experience. Should you have the opportunity, attend one of his tying sessions, presentations, or classes…it will change the way you dry fly fish forever.

Nicholas Conklin: Nicholas Conklin has been with Temple Fork Outfitters since 2012. Nicholas is currently the Product Category Manager– Two-Handed Fly Fishing, as well as the trade and consumer show coordinator. In 2019, he took over product management of TFO fly reels and Accessories.
Nicholas’ design of the Axiom II Switch rod garnered international attention when it won the EFTTEX, (European Fishing Tackle Trade Expo) Best of Show, and the IFTD, (International Fly Tackle Dealer) Best 2-Handed/Spey Rod awards in 2018.
Originally from Michigan, Nicholas grew up fishing for steelhead, trout and warm water species in and around the Great Lakes. After spending much of his youth fishing iconic rivers like the Pere Marquette, Manistee and Rogue rivers, he attended Central Michigan University where he graduated with a degree in Journalism, (news-editorial).
Professionally, his articles and photography have appeared in Field & Stream Magazine, The Drake, Lone Star Outdoor News, The Fort Worth Star-Telegram and other regional and national publications.

Ed Engle: Ed Engle’s fly fishing articles have appeared regularly in newspapers and magazines for more than 30 years. In the 1970’s his articles on short line nymphing techniques were among the first to appear in national fly fishing magazines. Since that time he has taught thousands of fly fishers the subtle art of nymphing through his books and articles, on-the-water seminars, and at his popular nymphing class sponsored by the Fly Fishing Show. Ed’s newest book, Trout Lessons (2010), considers what to do when your usual fly fishing solutions don’t work. His interest in tying and fishing small flies led to the publication of Tying Small Flies (2004) and Fishing Small Flies (2005). The two-volume set is credited with helping create the current surge of interest in pursuing trout with small flies. Ed’s dedication to fishing bamboo fly rods resulted in the publication of Splitting Cane (2002) which chronicled the life and craftsmanship of sixteen working rod makers. His first book, Fly Fishing the Tailwaters (1991), was a groundbreaking explanation of how to fish the regulated rivers found below dams. Ed is a regular contributor to American Angler, The Boulder Daily Camera and Gray’s Journal. In addition, he has written for Fly Fisherman, Fly Rod & Reel, Flyfishing & Tying Journal, Trout, Fly Tyer, Sports Afield, and Saltwater Fly Fishing. Ed’s current projects include work on a new book, coming up with new small fly patterns (he’s a Signature Fly Tier for Idylwilde Flies) guiding on Colorado’s South Platte River, and teaching at fly fishing seminars throughout he country. For more information or to contact Ed go to

Rob Giannino: Rob Giannino is the Founder of Fly Fishing Journeys, a fly fishing media company focusing on Podcasting, Blogging and Social Community. He is also an outdoor speaker, writer, photographer, videographer and flytographer (aerial drone operator).  He has written for numerous outdoor publications including Peche a la Mouche (Fishing with a Fly); a beautiful destination fly fishing magazine based in Quebec, Canada. Rob lives in Greater Boston and one of his passions is connecting with the local fly fishing community, sharing experiences and planning for more. He serves as a guest speaker at fly fishing shows, Trout Unlimited chapters and other outdoor events. He’s also part of a partnership group that owns a private fishing club in northern Quebec called Camp Du Lac Bohier. Accessible only via float plane, the camp has three log cabins, a dining lodge and sits 70 miles northeast of Natashquan, Canada. Rob owns a Digital Media Agency helping businesses around the world promote their services online. He combined his joy for helping businesses in the digital space with his passion for fly fishing and created . Bringing fly fisherman together and sharing the love for the sport, both on the river and online fulfills a lifelong dream.

Dave McCoy: Owner/Founder of Emerald Water Anglers Fly Store and professional guide/travel service. Growing up in the Eugene area, my stomping grounds were and remain legendary namesakes; Crane Prairie and Hosmer Lakes, the Deschutes, McKenzie and Umpqua Rivers to name a few. I quickly discovered the thrill of having a fish on, but was always in awe of my surroundings. I have now been in the fly fishing industry in one form or another for 26 years now professionally and am relentlessly striving to surpass expectations everywhere I can. I am nothing in my pursuits without my wife Natalie and daughter Nessa who constantly remind me why I am so inspired, without saying a word.   

 Jack Mitchell: Jack started fishing at the early age of one. The first 16 summers of his life were spent fishing at Neah Bay, with his parents and grandparents as “Kelpers” – catching and selling salmon caught in the Straits of Juan de Fuca and the Pacific Ocean. Prior to the families years at Neah Bay, Jack’s grandfather owned a very well known fishing resort on Camano Island called ‘Camp Lagoon’, where he hosted thousands of people on fishing excursions.
After high school Jack went on to college at Washington State University and was on the 7 year plan for his BA in Sport and Recreation Management. While at college he fished, hunted and played a large amount of Rugby, hence the 7 year plan. Soon after graduation he found himself in Ellensburg and realized that his love of fishing had brought him to the right place.
His fishing trails have led him to Alaska, Canada, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Washington, Oregon and South America. In Chile, he explored many watersheds that until and guided in South America for a total of 7 winters. The Evening Hatch started as a small dream in 1988 and since the company has grown from a small red pick-up, an Achilles raft and doing a seasonal 30 trips a year, to a year round operation. Our services range from day trips to all inclusive programs featuring our post and beam overnight programs in three locations and our ‘Heart and Soul’ waters include the Yakima, Klickitat, Upper Columbia and Olympic Peninsula. Jack started the credited fly fishing class at CWU in 1994. The class is still ongoing and very popular. He has spoke on the topic of fly fishing at sport shows, clubs and seminars
Jack, The Evening Hatch and his guide staff have been featured in numerous publications over the years including .
Northwest Backroads, The Drake, Grays Sorting Journal, Catch Magazine, Seattle Times, New York Times, American Angler, Fly Fisherman, Northwest Fly Fishing, Trout TV, This is Fly, Seasons on the Fly, Field and Stream & Cabelas Outdoor Adventures
The company goal is and always has been to have fun on the water, provide you with an enjoyable fishing experience, teach you some new technique, and create appreciation for the wonderful resource; We thank you for your continued support.
Clackacraft Pro Staff, Sage Elite Pro, Yellow Dog Outfitter, Rainy’s Fly Tyer

Skip Morris: Skip Morris is a name fly fishers know well–after all, he’s published 18 books on fly fishing and fly tying over the past 25 years (including Fly Tying Made Clear and Simple, Western River Hatches, Trout Flies for Rivers, and Morris & Chan on Fly Fishing Trout Lakes) along with over 300 magazine articles on these topics. He’s also played host on a national fly-fishing television show and several instructional DVDs. As a speaker, Skip’s performed in states from California and Arizona to Michigan, Iowa and Alabama, to name only a few, three Canadian provinces, and overseas. The spring 2014 issue of Fly Tyer announced Skip as a winner of the magazine’s lifetime achievement award. Skip’s wife, Carol, provides much of the photography in Skip’s work and all the illustrations. They live,, with two battling cats, on Washington’s lush Olympic Peninsula with its myriad opportunities for both fresh and saltwater fly fishing. Skip and his wife, Carol, were for three years among the regular hosts of the “Fly-Fish Television Magazine” show, which was broadcast throughout the US and overseas. In the US, it was on the Outdoor Life Network. Skip’s original fly patterns are tied and distributed by the Solitude Fly Company of Alhambra, California. Their current catalog contains over 30 of Skip’s patterns, most in several sizes

Brian O’Keefe: I have combined a lifetime of fly fishing photography, fly casting instruction with a lot of serious fly fishing. As an IFFF certified Master Casting Instructor, I enjoy teaching and demonstrating all things fly casting, and working with first time fly casters to long bomb distance casters. My most popular fly casting seminar is on distance. The double haul is critical to all distance or power casts. The same principals apply when casting big flies a moderate distance, or casting in the wind.I use a simple step by step approach to learning the double haul and improving your double haul. It’s quite easy.

Enrico Puglisi: Surrounded by the saltwater of the Mediterranean, Enrico learned about fishing in his native Sicily before he could walk while watching his father and uncles catching dinner. Gaudy chicken feathers that seemed to attract some of the largest fish especially intrigued him. But his passion for fishing remained latent while he was urged to pursue a career in the culinary arts. He worked as a chef in a Sicilian hotel where he eventually met his American wife, Karen. After arriving in the United States in 1980, he continued to work as a chef. Even though he was bound to the kitchen, he still found time to explore fishing opportunities here. With Karen’s help he learned about fly fishing at the Connetquot River State Park Preserve on Long Island, and other New York State streams. After hooking his first trout on a fly it instilled in him an insatiable thirst to understand why fish “eat” wisps of wool and feathers on a hook. Over the winter, Enrico taught himself to read English by subscribing to fishing magazines and reading books on flyfishing. He also discovered the Orvis catalogue and fly tying. Learning to tie flies for trout was a watershed experience for Enrico since these tiny imitations were quite different from the crude artificials he had constructed from his mother’s chicken feathers on snelled hooks. Since that year, Enrico expanded his knowledge of fish and what makes them strike an artificial fly. But something kept drawing him back to the sea. So he took the knowledge he had recently accumulated about fresh water fishing and added it to his earliest memories about catching saltwater species. He then took to fishing several local Long Island beaches. He opened The Practical Fly Shop in Little Neck, NY in 1992, where his customers encouraged him to create many of his innovative flies. But the rigors of fishing in saltwater and the toothy fish he pursued led him to experiment with more durable synthetic and natural materials to create flies. Those flies eventually became part of the catalog of offerings that are now marketed through Enrico Puglisi Ltd. as EP Flies and EP Fibers. Today, Enrico no longer maintains The Practical Fly Shop, but through Enrico Puglisi Ltd., his innovative products are making a major impact on the future direction of saltwater flyfishing. His unique hand-tied flies are recognized around the world, and he has been invited to demonstrate his meticulous tying techniques across the United States and Europe. All of his patterns are designed to match specific baitfish and to be eminently fishable. Enrico and his innovative style of flies were featured on The Reel Guys – an ESPN2 fly fishing show that aired in the spring of 2002. The show shows how effective Enrico’s flies are on East Coast striped bass. Recently, while appearing as a featured guest tier at a major fishing show, a youngster standing with his father pointed to one of Enrico’s creations and said, “Daddy, that looks like the fish in our fish tank.” “Yes, I know,” said the father. “That’s why it catches fish!” That was a proud moment for Enrico because that’s what he wants to create for his customers — flies that catch fish!

Jason Randall: Jason has been an outdoor writer for the last fifteen years with feature articles appearing regularly in American Angler, as well as Fly Fisherman, Eastern Fly Fishing, Northwest Fly Fishing and many other outdoor magazines. His first book, ‘Moving Water: A Fly Fisher’s Guide to Currents’ was released in 2012 by Stackpole/Headwater books. It studies the effect of current on trout, their prey species and presentation, where vertical layers of current create drag and requires adjustments to improve nymph fishing success. His second book ‘Feeding Time: A Fly Fisher’s Guide to What, Where and When Trout Eat’, was released in August of 2013. It focuses on matching your fishing strategies to the trout’s feeding strategies, especially when targeting large trout. In 2014, the third book in the ‘Fly Fisher’s Guide’ trilogy was released- ‘Trout Sense; A Fly Fisher’s Guide to What Trout See, Hear and Smell’, which offers anglers an opportunity to know more about the quarry they seek. In April 2017, Jason’s forth book was released from Stackpole/ Headwaters Books. Titled ‘Nymph Masters; Fly Fishing Secrets from Expert Anglers’, this book explores the depths of nymph fishing and advanced nymph fishing techniques. It incorporates tips and ideas from some if the leading experts in nymph fishing. In 2017, Jason joined Luminaries Lefty Kreh, Bob Clouser, Ed Jaworowski and many others on the TFO National Advisory Team. In 2017-18, Jason will appear and present at shows, clubs and events throughout the North America.

Denny Rickards: For the past thirty years Denny Rickards has had an opportunity to fish and guide anglers over some of the most challenging trout waters in the Western United States. His simplistic approach and techniques on presentation have accounted for browns over 20 pounds, cutthroats to 15 pounds, and rainbows in excess of 19 pounds. Over 250 days a year are spent doing what he loves best: guiding, writing, tying flies, conducting fly fishing schools, and field testing and developing tackle manufacturer’s products. His newly developed Crystal Creek Series graphite fly rods by Diamondback are being compared to the top rods in the industry. As a consultant to the Cortland Line Company, Denny has designed new Stillwater fly lines for fishing lakes and reservoirs. His Zone Card enables anglers to better understand which lines, patterns and retrieves are best for the depths where trout prefer to feed. As a professional fly tier, his suggestive patterns have appeared in various outdoor magazines and are on display at Crushners Fly Fishing Museum in Florence, Oregon. Based on past reviews, his books and companion videos are now considered the “bibles” for fly fishing lakes. When he isn’t fishing or guiding, many hours are spent creating new fly patterns, studying trout behavior and their habitat, and the various insects found within their environment. His knowledge and ability to teach others were a prerequisite to establishing his fly fishing schools/clinics which have become a priority for anglers seeking the ultimate from their Stillwater angling experiences.

Phillip Rowley:Phil has been fly fishing for over 30 years. His love of fly fishing has taken him across North America pursuing trout, Atlantic and Pacific salmon, char, pike, walleye and numerous other species on the fly. But Phil is best known for his stillwater exploits. A former commercial fly tyer, Phil has written for almost every major fly fishing publication in North America. He has authored three books and numerous feature articles and two regular columns. Phil’s first book Fly Patterns for Stillwaters is a best seller. In addition to his writing, Phil has four instructional DVD’s. In 2007, Phil was a member of the gold medal winning team at the Canadian Fly Fishing championships. When he isn’t on the water Phil travels North America performing at outdoor shows, providing seminars, speaking to fly clubs and conducting fly-fishing schools. Phil also provides instructional stillwater guiding on the lakes located a short distance from his Edmonton area home. Phil has appeared on a number of T.V. shows including, BC Outdoors Sports Fishing, Sport Fishing B.C., Fishing Alberta and Fishing with Shelly and Courtney. Phil is presently one of the co-hosts of the New Fly Fisher, an educational fly fishing production. Make a point of visiting Phil on-line at,

John Shewey:  John Shewey has been accused of being a deadbeat slacker, but he steadfastly refutes such charges and insists instead that he is a lifelong fly-fishing addict. He usually admits to being the editor-in-chief of Northwest Fly Fishing, unless you are mad at the magazine, in which case John is likely to deny any involvement. His 30-plus-year career as a writer and photographer has produced countless magazine articles and nearly 20 books. A couple of his books are pretty good. John’s most recent titles are Classic Steelhead Flies, Birds of the Pacific Northwest, and Oregon Beaches: A Traveler’s Companion. When not plunging into a cold river over his wader tops in pursuit of summer-run steelhead, John spends considerable time on the verge of cardiac arrest following his Weimaraners around Oregon’s chukar country.

David Paul Williams: David has been waving a stick with his feet in cold water for over fifty years. He loves to share his hard-earned knowledge at conferences and clubs. Author of Fly Fishing for Western Smallmouth (Stackpole Books), and “In The Field” editor for Washington-Oregon Game & Fish, his articles include where-to and how-to target bass, trout, salmon, and steelhead for numerous magazines including Fly Fisherman, American Angler, Northwest Fly Fishing, Fly Fusion, Flyfishing & Tying Journal, Bassmaster, Salmon-Trout-Steelheader, Salmon Steelhead Journal, Backpacker, Northwest Travel, Seattle Magazine. His entertaining media presentations are in demand throughout the west and he demonstrates fly tying at fly fishing expos. He can be found online at

Marc Williamson: Marc Williamson’s career as an educator has spanned more than 45 years as a teacher, principal, assistant superintendent, as well as a professor of education at Warner Pacific College. His passion for teaching and learning continues to grow. Marc finds teaching fly-fishing, casting, and tying as a great opportunity to give back, and to share his passion.His father gave him a start in fly fishing by giving him a JC Higgins fly rod outfit when he was a young boy. In 1983 he landed a position co-teaching with Doug Stewart at Stewart’s Custom Tackle. He taught fly tying, and lead seminars covering instruction on casting, knots, entomology, and fly-fishing techniques.Currently you can find Williamson instructing and teaching fly fishing classes at schools throughout the Pacific Northwest. His presentations are seen by hundreds at shows, such as the Portland Sportsman Show and The Fly Fishing Show. Williamson is a member of IFFF, as well as a pro-staff rep for several companies. He is also co-founder and director of the Northwest Christian Fly Fishing and co-instructs a fly fishing school at Clydehurst Ranch, in Montana. He resides in Scappoose, Oregon.   For additional information about Williamson you can visit


Gary Borger:

Tom Boyd
TROUT, SALMON AND CHAR (new release)

Nate Brumley
WINTER ON A DRY FLY (new release)

Ed Engle

Skip Morris

Denny Rickards

Phillip Rowley

Gary Weber

David Paul Williams

Steve Woit

Fly Tiers

Fly Tyers: TBA

Exhibitors & Map

2019 Lynnwood Exhibitors: TBA

Note from the Director

A Note from the Director:

You are cordially invited to the seventh annual Fly Fishing Show at the Lynnwood Convention Center. We have two days packed full of fly fishing excitement including:

• New 2019 products from manufacturers.
• Seminars, Casting Demos, and Featured Tier presentations.
• Lodges, resorts, and exotic vacation destinations giving presentations and offering money-saving show specials.
• Programs and learning opportunities for youngsters and families.
• New scouting merit badge programs.
• Classes with the Experts where you can get one-on-one time with the pros.
•The must-see International Fly Fishing Film Festival World Premier on Saturday at 6:00 featuring award-winning fly-fishing films.
• New rods, reels, lines, accessories, clothing, waders, boots, books, DVDs, and anything else you may want to purchase, plus our exclusive author’s booth.
• Conservation organizations and opportunities to volunteer for the sport you cherish.

Bring your family, friends or club members for a great trip to the show for the day or make it a weekend event. The Fly Fishing Show is one of the best places to be introduced to fly fishing. Our host hotel has special rates and is just across the parking lot.

See you soon.

Ben Furimsky and The Fly Fishing Show Family


Fly Fishing Show Tickets

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Purchase advance Fly Fishing Show Tickets by clicking HERE

  • Adult: $15 for one day, $25 for two-day pass
  • Children under 5 free, under 12: $5
  • Scouts under 16 in uniform: free
  • Military with ID: $10

BACK AGAIN: The International Fly Fishing Film Festival. One night only, Friday, January 4 at 6:30. Tickets are $15 at the door or $10 in advance or with a paid Fly Fishing Show admission for that day. To purchase your advance film festival tickets, click HERE.

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