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Default Exhibition celebrates women in fly fishing—and angling art

Manchester, VT—A one-of-a-kind exhibition at The American Museum of Fly Fishing celebrates women’s contributions to the sport. A Graceful Rise: Women in Fly Fishing Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow honors the key (and until now, often unsung) roles women have played in fly-fishing history itself, and the art and literature of the sport.

A Graceful Rise opened June 11 and runs through April 2012.

Read the full and very interesting article on the Womens Outdoor News sites here...
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