Round Up: Fishy Fests

June 4 – 6, 2020
North American Rendezvous

Backcountry Hunters & Anglers invites sportsmen and women to unite in Missoula, Montana, in support of the backcountry. The 2020 Rendezvous features a lineup of speakers, skills seminars, and social activities, including a wild game cook-off, hands-on demonstrations, raffles, and live and silent auctions.

July 21 – 25, 2020
Fly Fishers International Fly Fishing Expo

Located on the Montana State University campus in Bozeman, Montana, the annual Fly Fishing Expo is designed to promote
education and conservation around the sport of fly angling. With a huge selection of workshops, demonstrations, exhibitors, youth activities, seminars, food vendors, and more, it’s fun for the whole fly-fishing family.

Sept. 5 – 6, 2020
Ennis-on-the-Madison Fly Fishing Festival

Celebrate the sport of fly fishing and the legendary blue-ribbon waters of the Madison River over Labor Day weekend, and learn tips and techniques from professional casters, fly tiers, and guides. Along with industry professionals, vendors, artists, speakers, live music, and food outlets, a Saturday night barbecue and raffle rounds out the event.

Sept. 10 – 13, 2020
Jackson Hole One Fly

Over two days of fly fishing and festivities, 40 teams put their skills to the test by using just one fly to compete at catching the biggest and most fish. A fundraiser for conservation, habitat preservation, rehabilitation projects, and stewardship education that benefits the trout populations in the Snake River Basin and its headwaters in Yellowstone National Park, the event unites fly anglers from around the world with regional guides in a celebration of the spirit of the sport and the future of fly fishing in the West. Friday evening features a silent auction and dinner, followed by two days of competitive fishing in teams of four.

Sept. 11 – 12, 2020
Museum of the Rockies TwoFly

The 10th annual TwoFly benefit for the Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman, Montana, features a memorable day of fly fishing on one of the area’s surrounding rivers with a guide and only two flies. Aside from raising funds for this world-class museum — a Smithsonian affiliate and national fossil repository — the TwoFly promotes education and good stewardship of the fisheries and the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem. The weekend starts out with a golf scramble and opening reception, followed by a guided fly-fish adventure and an awards dinner.


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