West Virginia Wildlife Women holds ‘Float ‘Em If You Got ‘Em’

The West Virgina Wildlife Women organization held a two-state river float over the weekend that was the largest event held to date by the new organization. The float began at the Pike County river access/boat ramp area in South Williamson and ended at the Chattaroy, West Virginia, Park and Ride along U.S. 119. On hand for the “Float ‘Em If You Got ‘Em” event was Pete Runyon who heads the Friends of the Tug River group. He announced that Kentucky officials have finally designated the portion of the Tug Fork River from Blackberry to South Willliamson  as a Kentucky Blue Water Trail.

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