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

Find out where champion Cherokee fly fisherman Michael Bradley likes to fish in Cherokee, and what he recommends, for beginners and pros. 

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2019 Fishing Tournament Lineup in Cherokee, NC

The fish in Cherokee, NC, are so plentiful, you’ll almost catch as often as you cast! That’s because we have the best and longest stretch of privately-owned and stocked fishing waters east of the Mississippi. Picture 30 miles of streams, stocked to the gills with trout: rainbow, brook, golden, and brown. Check out the 2018 tournament lineup and book your long weekend in Cherokee, NC, today! 

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What’s Your Perfect Cherokee Season?

Wondering when the best time of year is to visit Cherokee? Whether you’re seeking a quiet getaway to enjoy nature or craving more personal connection and cultural exploration, there’s a Cherokee season just for you! After all, Cherokee offers something for everyone, 365 days a year.

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The Warriors Take on London

It was a chilly New Year’s Day morning in London, England, but that didn’t stop the Warriors of AniKituhwa from rising at the break of dawn to perform the War Dance for the BBC. Wearing traditional dress, the Warriors danced in spite of the cold weather to kick off the London New Year’s Day Parade (LNYDP).

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255 Years in the Making: Cherokee Warriors Perform in the London New Year’s Day Parade

The Warriors of AniKituhwa, joined by Principal Chief of the Eastern band, Richard G. Sneed, and several other members of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians will perform in London’s New Year’s Day Parade on January 1, 2019, after receiving a special invitation from British government officials. It’s a trip that makes history—marking the first time in over 255 years that an official Cherokee delegation has visited England.  

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