7th Annual PHW 2-Fly Tournament Raises $220,000

Over the weekend of April 27-28, Project Healing Waters 2-fly tournament brought in over $220,000.


“Lefty Kreh being honored for serving his country in WWII.”
Photo Courtesy Huffington Post.

The 2-Fly has grown from humble beginnings seven years ago to a full weekend of activities. The event began with a casual pond, bass and bluegill tournament in the afternoon, followed by a riverside cocktail party and dinner with a full program of special guests and inspiring speakers. Then the 2-Fly Tournament followed on Sunday and a closing award ceremony at the end of the event.

For the full article on this event, please check out the Huffington Post article at: http://goo.gl/nJGmE

Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing utilizes fly fishing and fly tying in the rehabilitation of disabled servicemen and women in Military Hospitals, VA Medical Centers and Warrior Transition Units all across the country. Their premier fundraising event is the 2-Fly Tournament held each year atRose River Farm in Madison County, Virginia. The farm, dedicated as PHW’s Home Waters, is owned by PHW Chairman of the Board Douglas Dear. Douglas, who also serves as the chair of the 2-Fly committee, graciously offers the use of this special property to numerous charitable organizations throughout the year. 

TFO is a proud sponsor of Project Healing Waters and donates a large portion of sales from their Project Healing Waters rod series to the organization.

Photo Courtesy Huffington Post.

“Ed Jaworowski on hand all day to help participants with their casting.”
Photo Courtesy Huffington Post.


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