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Smoky Mountain Fly Fishing Festival

leah kirk

It’s that time of year again. October 8th Tuckaseegee Fly Shop will host the 2nd Annual Smoky Mountain Fly Fishing Festival on Fry Street in downtown Bryson City, North Carolina.  There will be several fly fishing clubs in town that weekend and the Great Smoky Mountain Railroad will have 3000+ riders loading and unloading right beside the festival.  The foot traffic is expected to be fantastic

Setup Time for vendors is 6:30am - 9:00am. Festival time is: 9:00am - 5:00pm. Vendors will be demonstrating fly tying, local trout fly patterns, casting demonstrations, and the wares and field representatives for a number of major fly fishing manufacturers.  Afterwards everyone will be eating in town and going to Nantahala Brewing Company. All Booths are to be registered and paid by August 8, 2016. For more contact Bobby Bennett at Tuckaseegee Fly Shop at 828.488.3333 or email

Inaugural Texas Fly Fishing & Brew Festival in Dallas

leah kirk

Beau Beasley, director of the Virginia Fly Fishing & Wine Festival has announced the next March (11-12) the 1st Annual Texas Fly Fishing & Brew Festival (TFFF). The venue is the Plano Center, located miles north of Dallas.  

“We are thrilled that the TFFF chose Plano,” said Mark Thompson, Director of Visit Plano. ”This unique event is a first for Plano and should attract attendees from all over the region. We look forward to helping Beau and his team make this another signature event for Plano.”

Dallas-based fly rod manufacturer Temple Fork Outfitters and the Recreational Boating and Fishing Foundation are early sponsors of the festival. “The region has been waiting for an event just like this one–for a new approach to fly fishing,” said TFO owner Rick Pope.

The TFFF will feature lectures and classes throughout the weekend on techniques and tactics for novices and advanced casters alike, exotic fishing locales, fishing etiquette, and much more. Also offered are free Women-Only Casting Classes as well as one-on-one instruction in basic knot-tying skills. Attendees can sit down at the vise for hands-on fly-tying instruction from members of Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing.  Experienced anglers may considered enrolling in more advanced distance-casting or Spey-casting classes with expert specialized instructors. Fly fishing icon Lefty Kreh will speak as well.

 “Fly fishing is easy, affordable, family-friendly, and fun,” says Beasley. “Our Texas festival is in Plano–that’s within easy driving distance of eight million people. Think of what fishing together can do for family life.”

For more, visit or call 703-402-8338.