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Tippets: Cherokee Students Learn to Fly Fish, Flies for Colorado Freestone Streams

Posted on August 26 2016

  • Scott McKie reports on Cherokee Middle School sixth graders who recently learned to fly fish from Michael Bradley, an EBCI tribal member. They are “learning about a sport that will take them into rivers and streams connecting them to the water and the world around them,” writes McKie. “They were learning about themselves and their place in nature.” Via The One Feather.
  • With fall quickly approaching, Bob Streb writes about the top ten flies to have in your box when on Colorado’s freestone streams. From dry flies to soft hackles, read more via Orvis.

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