Fly fishing guide to share secret spots

The Plateau Fly Fishing Club will hold a casting clinic at 6:15 p.m. and a meeting at 7 p.m. July 10 at the Albert Carlton-Cashiers library.  

The speaker will be Alex Bell, owner of AB’s Fly Fishing Guide Service and co-creator of the Western North Carolina Fly Fishing Trail, which outlines 15 prime fishing stops in Jackson County.  Mr. Bell will discuss the locations to include access points, flies and techniques for accessible and lightly fished streams.

Following the meeting, a raffle will be held featuring flies, accessories and the grand prize of a handmade fiberglass rod for small streams.


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