Project Healing Waters helps veterans use fly fishing to heal

Bozman, Monte.-Inded the treatment of water fishing on Water Fishing on Thursday to hold an annual national fly casting competition in Bozman.

The top 14 veterans from all over the country won local and regional competitions at 8:00 am to understand who is the best.The competition is held at Kagy Fields at the Montana Campus.

Project Healing Waters is not only their annual competition, but also helps them help disabled people and injured veterans throughout the year, so that they have a sense of community and support, thus recover from their experience.

Many veterans feel lost at home when they return from the war. Project Healing Waters Coo David Folker said that this has helped him and thousands of other retirees recover on their spirit and physical recovery after retirement after retirement.Essence

"It is great to be able to connect with each other to the veterinarians who can make the disabled and carry out these group activities. It is great to establish each other. We don’t promote it as a supporting group," Fox said.

They have more than 200 regional plans, including a plan of Bozeman. They meet throughout the year, tie flies, build rods, learn, practice and hit the river.

Jim Wenger, the person in charge of Bozeman’s plan, said they welcomed anyone who welcomes the VA disabled rating to join their community.

If there are any disabled veterans who want to join the Bozeman project Healing Waters program, you can contact Jim Wenger (Jim.Wenger@projecthealingWaterg), or you can find the link of the website here.