Ponoi River Fishing Museum Completed
It is true that all great salmon rivers have great histories. It is also up to us to preserve this sporting heritage, which is why, after over a year of diligent work, the Ponoi museum in Ryabaga Camp officially opened this past September.
In a collaborative effort between the Ponoi River Company (PRC) and Frontiers, and directed by Ponoi guide Barrett Mattison, the Ponoi museum project has brought over 20 years of fascinating Ponoi history under one roof.
Thanks to the invaluable help of countless Ponoi devotees, both past and present, the museum boasts scores of historic photos, a veritable library of Ponoi-related books and magazines, and a four meter long canvas timeline chronicling the Ponoi story, among other things.
We are all greatly looking forward to seeing the museum first-hand in 2013, and to making future Ponoi history with the incredible fishing we expect to see in the coming season.
For further information please contact Tarquin Millington-Drake at Frontiers on 0845 299 6212 Ext 1 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
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