The Cherokee Hook and Hackle Fly Tiers Retreat is shaping up to a great place for tiers and tier wannabes to come together to see the best in old time traditional trout flies to the latest, cutting edge hook dressing innovations. The event will be held November 4-6 at the Yellow Hill Community Center located a 1416 Acquoni Road, Cherokee.
“We really want tiers to join in and show off your talents for this special event,” says Bob Nanney who is heading up the Cherokee Hook and Hackle gathering. “We are inviting 60 + tiers from across the region. Currently we have several vendors coming such as Golden Rule Fly Shop, Tuckasagee Fly Shop, Fly Fishing the Smokies and others, plus I am getting several more lined up to join the event. Food will be prepared by Tennessee Casting for Recovery and we will have several other nonprofit groups as well. There is no charge for admission.
The format of the Cherokee Hook and Hackle will be similar to the tying event held last November in Townsend, Tennessee. On Friday November the 4th 15-20 tying stations located throughout the Yellow Hill Community building and there will be four 2- hour sessions, the first starting at 9:00 am and last at 11:00 am. The following beginsat 11:00 am and ends at 1:00 pm. The next session starts at 1:00 pm and ends at 3:00 pm, and the final session will be from 3:00pm til 5:00pm . Each tying station will have an 8 ft. table and ample chairs for tiers and visitors
“The same thing will take place the next day Saturday the 5th,” says Nanney. “We are working on something special for Saturday night, but I can't say more right now because it is in the planning stages. Our goal is to make this one of the most enjoyable weekends you will spend all year...... area shopping, Harrahs, The Great Smokies Railroad, fishing, sightseeing and the list of things to do goes on and on.”
For more, contact Bob Nanney at email@example.com