Cold Water, Cold Brew at Whalers

by | Apr 13, 2017 | Alewife Fishing, Trout Fishing

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If someone offered you a few hours of down time, chatting about rivers and fish, in an old mill, in a brewery in that old mill, filled with lots of fishy art and people tying flies and many good folks from the local Trout Unlimited chapter, would you find a few hours on a Friday? How about from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on April 21?

This event is all good and falls on the odd year of World Fish Migration Day, which is more odd that it’s only celebrated every other year since if you venture a few steps to the west of Whalers back door, there’s a strong chance you’ll see river herring migrating up into Peace Dale Pond.

How cool is that?

Please pay a visit, have a pint or not, bring and check out the art and help us celebrate Spring, fish, TU and the rivers we all love.

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