There’s a big day planned this Saturday at Mossy Creek Fly Fishing‘s new Harrisonburg, Virginia shop to celebrate the opening of this awesome new location. If you attend, plan on staying a while to enjoy some local live music, speak with manufacturers from the world’s best fly fishing brands and to see some of 2018’s latest and greatest products. You’ll also get the chance to cast new rods and fly lines, watch and learn from local fly tyer’s, participate in the shop’s biggest fly fishing raffle ever, sample local beers, and chat it up with us at the Blue Ridge Outdoors tent.To learn more about this one of a kind event we caught up with owner and operator of Mossy Creek Fly Fishing, Colby Trow.BRO: What time should folks show up? CT: The event starts at 9am! BRO: How long does the event last?CT: It will run until 5 pm when we close the shop. BRO: What vendors will be present?CT: We will have around 15 10′ x 10′ vendor tents showcasing product from the best manufacturer’s in the fly fishing world including Simms, Winston, Lamsen, Scientific Angler, Patagonia, Flymen Fishing Co. and more! BRO: We hear there’s going to be live music. Who will be playing?CT: Shenandoah Alley, a great local blue grass band, will be playing in the afternoon.BRO: Tell us a little bit about your new location.CT: Our new shop location is just a few blocks from downtown Harrisonburg. The house was a residence that was built in 1832 and is listed as a historic building with the historical society. We have restored the old hardwood floors, painted the plaster walls, and exposed many of the old ceilings and original floor joists. The exterior, besides and addition that was built, is in its original state. The shop is booked up into rooms like a wader and boot room, apparel room, fly tying room, pack and bag room, and main tackle room. Upstairs we have a storage and shipping room, classroom for our seminars, office, and kitchen. Outside we have enough space for rod casting and demos and events.BRO: It wouldn’t be a fly fishing event without some locally brewed beer. Who’s supplying the suds? CT: Three Notched Brewery will be on site with 4 beers on tap, one of which will be our tribute beer- Mossy Creek Brown Ale.
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Can’t get enough NHL rumors? Lyle Richardson’s Rumor Roundup column serves as a one-stop guide to the latest rumblings around the league.Artemi Panarin’s recent decision to avoid contract extension talks this season with the Blue Jackets continues to cast doubt over his future in Columbus. Meanwhile, the inconsistent play and apparent unhappiness of long-time starting goalie Sergei Bobrovsky suggests he’s playing his final games with the Jackets. Both are slated to become unrestricted free agents on July 1. The Jackets could attempt to shop both before the Feb. 25 trade deadline to avoid the risk of losing them to free agency. Moving out their leading scorer and experienced starting goalie, however, could threaten their playoff hopes. TWO DOWN, ONE TO GOMaple Leafs’ attention turns to re-signing Mitch MarnerThe Athletic’s Aaron Portzline believes Jackets general manager Jarmo Kekalainen will want a return for either player that enables his club to stay in postseason contention. He also suggests they could get better returns if interested clubs believe they can re-sign the player to a long-term deal, perhaps by including a conditional draft pick. Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman suggested the Panthers could attempt to sign both players via free agency. But with the Panthers shedding salary during Friday’s multi-player swap with the Penguins, there’s also growing speculation they might attempt to acquire one or the other by the deadline.Friedman’s colleague Mike Johnston noted there’s been talk about the Panthers packaging recently-acquired center Derick Brassard in a larger deal for the two Blue Jackets stars. However, it seems that’s merely conjecture at this point. The New York Post’s Larry Brooks claims the Panthers are interested in landing Bobrovsky as a prelude to inking him to an eight-year contract extension. He also proposed Brassard could be part of the package going to Columbus. Portzline, however, cites a Jackets source saying the Panthers haven’t spoken to Kekalainen and dismissed Brooks’ report as “just speculation.” NHL DRAFT 2019: SN’s mock draft 1.0 | Top 31 big boardCan the Blackhawks move Keith, Seabrook?Duncan Keith and Brent Seabrook were the blueline stalwarts that helped the Blackhawks win three Stanley Cups between 2010 and 2015. But with the club’s glory days in the past and the roster in need of a rebuild, there’s talk one of them could be shopped before the trade deadline. Last week, TSN’s Pierre LeBrun said the Blackhawks are expected to approach Keith to see what he wants to do. However, the 35-year-old defenseman told Jason Lieser of the Chicago Sun-Times said he hasn’t been asked about waiving his no-movement clause, though he didn’t definitively say he wasn’t open to being traded. On Saturday, Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman reported Seabrook was asked about waiving his no-movement clause. He apparently rejected that request but they’ll continue shopping around to see if any club has interest in the 33-year-rearguard. Like Keith, however, Seabrook denied being approached about waiving his clause. If the Blackhawks fail to convince Keith or Seabrook to accept a trade, they could opt for smaller moves instead. The Athletic’s Scott Powers reported forwards Chris Kunitz and Marcus Kruger could be available. He also believes they could attempt to move center Artem Anisimov this summer when his modified no-trade clause expires. THE HYPE ABOUT JACK HUGHES U.S. NTDP’s latest star product has the NHL’s attentionMichael Ferland to be moved soon?With the NHL trade deadline less than three weeks away, the Hurricanes are still expected to move Micheal Ferland if the two sides fail to reach agreement soon on a new contract. The 26-year-old left wing is slated to become a UFA on July 1. Last Tuesday, TSN’s Pierre LeBrun reported the Hurricanes seek a first-round pick and perhaps a prospect for Ferland. He also suggested the winger could be dealt within the next two weeks as they could wish to avoid the risk that he might get injured before deadline day. Since then, however, LeBrun reports the market for Ferland has slowed. In his column for The Athletic, he said teams are waiting to see what happens with Columbus’ Artemi Panarin and Senators forwards Matt Duchene and Mark Stone. He still believes Ferland will be moved by deadline day. MORE: NHL’s top 25 players under 25 for 2018-19 Jets expected to be buyersJets GM Kevin Cheveldayoff made the biggest splash at last year’s trade deadline by acquiring center Paul Stastny from the Blues. With his clubs positioned as possible Stanley Cup contenders this season, Cheveldayoff could once again make a significant acquisition.Mike McIntyre of the Winnipeg Free Press last week reported Cheveldayoff was working the phones in search of a depth forward. McIntyre also hoped the Jets GM pursues a scoring center who can help slumping winger Patrik Laine regain his scoring touch. The Winnipeg Sun’s Ken Wiebe believes acquiring a center is a priority but doesn’t rule out Cheveldayoff adding a winger such as Ottawa’s Mark Stone if he becomes available. While the Jets GM doesn’t want to mortgage the club’s future, Wiebe believes their first-round pick in this year’s draft could be in play.
Former MEP Pat The Cope Gallagher has paid a glory tribute to the late TD Jim White who passed away on Tuesday evening.Pat the Cope GallagherThe former Fianna Fail politician said he has no doubt that the Ballyshannon-born businessman has what it took to be a Government Minister.This is his tribute to the late Mr White. “I have known Jim White since the 1970 By-Election and in particular since the 1981 General Election, when I was elected with both himself and Clement Coughlan. We worked as a team during that short government in the best interest of Donegal South West. I do know that he was disappointed at not being appointed Minister or Minister of State during that term.“He would have been an outstanding Minister, as he would have brought with him, the valuable experience gained from the private sector to a government department. He was one who could not accept bureaucracy or red tape as he was a pragmatic person who took instant decisions.“His decision not to contest the 1982 election was a great loss to the constituency however he continued to develop his business interests and created sustainable jobs in many parts of the country and in particular his native Donegal.“Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam” FORMER MEP COPE SAYS JIM WHITE WOULD HAVE MADE A FINE MINISTER was last modified: September 4th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegalJm WhitePat The Cope Gallagher