Thanks to Trout Unlimited film fest supporters

Thanks to Trout Unlimited film fest supporters

The Kenai Peninsula Trout Unlimited Chapter would like to thank area businesses and community members for their support at the International Fly Fishing Film Festival held at the Kenai Peninsula Cultural Center on April 21. We had an excellent turnout to the annual fundraiser and more than 20 individuals and businesses donated to our silent auction. In particular, we would like especially to thank the following:

  • Lucky Raven Tobacco
  • Chinook Woodworking
  • Jeff Szarzi Pottery
  • Wet Butt River Tours
  • Kenai River Brewing
  • Declination Coffee Company
  • Dave Atcheson
  • Kenai Kingpin Outfitters
  • Kaitlin Vadla
  • Sportsman’s Warehouse
  • Trustworthy Hardware
  • Discover Alaska Adventures
  • Wilderness Way
  • Alaska Railroad
  • Mountain Mama
  • Troutfitters
  • Alaska River Adventures
  • Alaska Wildland Adventures
  • St. Elias Brewing
  • Fred Meyer
  • Fish for the Future
  • Talon Air

Proceeds from our fundraiser will be going toward promoting fishing and fishery habitat across the Kenai Peninsula. We hope to see you all out on the river this summer !

John Messick

Trout Unlimited

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