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The art of fly tying

Cecil Henley demonstrates fly tying during Saturday’s Pink Salmon Festival at Robert Ostler Park. The festival celebrates the return of pink salmon to Campbell River and promotes pink salmon as a sustainable food source. - Kristen Douglas/The Mirror
Cecil Henley demonstrates fly tying during Saturday’s Pink Salmon Festival at Robert Ostler Park. The festival celebrates the return of pink salmon to Campbell River and promotes pink salmon as a sustainable food source.
— image credit: Kristen Douglas/The Mirror

Cecil Henley demonstrates fly tying during Saturday’s Pink Salmon Festival at Robert Ostler Park. The festival celebrates the return of pink salmon to Campbell River and promotes pink salmon as a sustainable food source. For more photos from the festival, see page 2.

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