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2nd Tie One On Event

leah kirk

Fly Fishing Museum of the Southern Appalachians again confirmed Bryson City as the undisputed epicenter of interest in fly fishing trout in the Tar Heel State with the 2nd Tie One On Event to raise funds for Project Healing Waters.

“It is time again for our benefit effort to help Project Healing Waters,” museum spokesman, Bob Nanney. “Last year we had our first Tie One On event and everyone had a really good time and this year it is going to be BETTER........ more tyers, more spectators, more door prizes, more pizza, more beer........ this year will be a fantastic event...Bring a friend and spend the afternoon with us.”

 

It all gets started at 1:00 pm and end about 6:00 pm in the Rendezvous restaurant which is in the Maggie Valley Inn on Delwood Road in Maggie Valley NC. This year the event has a special treat. Mike Kesselring bringing his collection of 1,000,000 flies (I think Bob got too many 0's in there ) but you get the idea..it promises to be a FUN afternoon...and Rick Queen and the Veterans will really benefit when we give them all of the flies we have tied all afternoon. These flies will be used by the vets on several of their outings

 

If you want to mail some flies please send them to Bob Nanney 2418 Rabbit Skin Rd. Waynesville NC 28785. If you have question please contact me @ 828-246-8015 or reply to this email.

 

The finding was celebrated by Georgia politicians, business boosters and agriculture groups that said strict new water limits could have cost the state billions of dollars. Florida said a court defeat could endanger its environment and hobble its thriving oyster industry.