Published On: Wed, Apr 23rd, 2014

More trout for the Greenbrier

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Cody Sharp, of Marlinton, stocks the Greenbrier River with a net-full of trout last week. A local trout stocking program was started to increase tourism and promote economic development of downtown Marlinton. The program was supported this spring by Appalachian Sport, Glades Building Supply, Mitchell Chevrolet, Modern Woodmen of America, Dairy Queen, Jerico Cabins, Marlinton Motor Inn, Greenbrier Grill, Grace Baptist Church, Pocahontas Foodland, Pendleton County Bank, The Mens Shop, the Convention and Visitors Bureau and many individuals and groups. Photo courtesy CVB.

Cody Sharp, of Marlinton, stocks the Greenbrier River with a net-full of trout last week. A local trout stocking program was started to increase tourism and promote economic development of downtown Marlinton. The program was supported this spring by Appalachian Sport, Glades Building Supply, Mitchell Chevrolet, Modern Woodmen of America, Dairy Queen, Jerico Cabins, Marlinton Motor Inn, Greenbrier Grill, Grace Baptist Church, Pocahontas Foodland, Pendleton County Bank, The Mens Shop, the Convention and Visitors Bureau and many individuals and groups. Photo courtesy CVB.

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