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This Saturday Bill Anderson Ties Little J Flies
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I got this from the CG. I hope Bill doesn't mind me announcing it here:

Tying Flies for the Little Juniata River
Saturday, June 18th, Greene Hills RV Park
Your instructor will be:
Bill Anderson
President of the Little Juniata River Association, Winner of the JVAS Conservationist of the year award for 2011, Senior Dog Handler Hillendale Hunting Club, Former co-owner of the Spruce Creek Fly Company fly shop State licensed and certified fishing guide.

Bill’s unique fly patterns were developed from thirty+ years experience fishing the “j”.

Learn to tie:
“Crippled Emerger Transformer” (CET) - Sulfur version and other mayflies.

“Bill’s Black Kat” – late season terrestrial for the “j”.

Others.

Posted on: 2011/6/13 14:28
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Re: This Saturday Bill Anderson Ties Little J Flies

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DIRECTIONS:


Greene Hills
5125 Manor Dr,
Alexandria, PA 16611
phone 814-669-4212
E-Mail: greenehillscamp@susumc.org

TRAVELING WEST take Route 22. Six miles west of Huntingdon watch for the junction of Route 305 East, turning right onto Route 305. Go half a mile into the village of Alexandria. At the stop sign on the other side of the bridge turn right, continuing on Route 305 East. Travel two miles. At the stop sign at the "T" turn left toward the village of Barree (at this point cease following Rt. 305). Follow the road for about 2.5 miles. You have arrived! Road signs for Greene Hills are visible to direct you.

TRAVELING EAST take Route 22. From the Water Street Flea Market travel 2.5 miles to the junction of Route 305 East, turning left onto Route 305. Go half a mile into the village of Alexandria. At the stop sign on the other side of the bridge turn right, continuing on Route 305 East. Travel two miles. At the stop sign at the "T" turn left toward the village of Barree (at this point cease following Rt. 305). Follow the road for about 2.5 miles. You have arrived! Road signs for Greene Hills are visible to direct you.

TRAVELING NORTH take Route 522 north through the village of Mount Union. At the traffic light at the far edge of Mount Union, turn left onto Route 22 west. Follow Route 22 west toward Huntingdon. Six miles west of Huntingdon watch for the junction of Route 305 East, turning right onto Route 305. Go half-a-mile into the village of Alexandria. At the stop sign on the other side of the bridge turn right, continuing on Route 305 East. Travel two miles. At the stop sign at the "T" turn left toward the village of Barree (at this point cease following Rt. 305). Follow the road for about 2.5 miles. You have arrived! Road signs for Greene Hills are visible to direct you.

TRAVELING SOUTH take Route 220 south into Tyrone. In Tyrone pick up Route 453 toward Water Street. Follow Route 453 to the junction for Routes 453 and 22 east (the Water Street Flea Market will be across the street from the junction)). From the Water Street Flea Market travel 2.5 miles to the junction of Route 305 East, turning left onto Route 305. Go half-a-mile into the village of Alexandria. At the stop sign on the other side of the bridge turn right, continuing on Route 305 East. Travel two miles. At the stop sign at the "T" turn left toward the village of Barree (at this point cease following Rt. 305). Follow the road for about 2.5 miles. You have arrived! Road signs for Greene Hills are visible to direct you.

Posted on: 2011/6/13 15:22
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