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100-Fish Days: Tips on Fishing Cherokee by Michael Bradley of Fly Fishing Team USA

We caught up with Michael Bradley, the 26-year-old Cherokee fly fishing champion who has been fishing the waters in Cherokee since he was child. Since we last spoke, Michael went on to make Fly Fishing Team USA, earning medals at the National Fly Fishing Championship last summer, and he has his sights on big things ahead. Read on to find out where Michael's personal favorite spots are to fish in Cherokee, and what he recommends, for beginners and pros. 

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5 Things We Love About Cherokee!

With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, love is in the air! There’s no better time than February to reflect on the people, things, and places that you are happy to have in your life. Whether you’re a first-timer or a frequent visitor, if you’ve ever been to Cherokee, NC, you’ve likely experienced a special connection with this beautiful and sacred land.

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See Beloved Man, Jerry Wolfe, in a Live Broadcast from the Museum of the Cherokee Indian

Jerry Wolfe is the Beloved Man of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, an honor that was last bestowed in the 1800s. If you’ve never had the chance to hear Jerry Wolfe speak or tell stories in Cherokee, NC, you’re in for a treat! Recently, we had the pleasure of broadcasting a Facebook Live storytelling event of Jerry’s at the Museum of the Cherokee Indian. Click to view, and see what Jerry had to say after the event. 

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Monthly Cherokee Heritage Day Debuts January 14

The Museum of the Cherokee Indian will host a new program series called Cherokee Heritage Day on the second Saturday of every month, beginning in January. This event—free and open to the public—will feature hands-on activities, storytelling, dance, and cultural demonstrations, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The first Cherokee Heritage Day will take place on Saturday, January 14.

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Qualla Arts and Crafts: Gift Inspiration for the Holidays

The holidays are right around the corner, and there’s no better place to shop for unique gifts in Cherokee than at Qualla Arts and Crafts Mutual. Whether you’re looking for a beautiful souvenir or a gift for someone special, Qualla Arts and Crafts Mutual has the best selection of traditional Cherokee baskets, pottery, jewelry, beadwork, wood and stone carvings, and more, all made by independent artists in the area.

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