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Patriots Cove in Wyoming County, Pennsylvania

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Army veteran Mike Yauneridge, left, of Johnstown, Pa., who was injured in Baghdad in 2003, mentors his childhood friend Tom McElwee of Roaring Springs, Pa., who is medically retired from the Army, at Patriots Cove in Noxen, Pa., on Nov. 7, 2020. McElwee had never fly fished before the November event at Patriots Cove, which he said was probably the biggest thing he’d done in three years. “I like the thought of working a little bit, so fly fishing might be for me,” said McElwee, who was the first to catch a fish that day. “And if it’s all in the wrist, that’s about the most movement I can do without pain, so even better.” (Photo by Will Parson/Chesapeake Bay Program)
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Army veteran Mike Yauneridge, left, of Johnstown, Pa., who was injured in Baghdad in 2003, mentors his childhood friend Tom McElwee of Roaring Springs, Pa., who is medically retired from the Army, at Patriots Cove in Noxen, Pa., on Nov. 7, 2020. McElwee had never fly fished before the November event at Patriots Cove, which he said was probably the biggest thing he’d done in three years. “I like the thought of working a little bit, so fly fishing might be for me,” said McElwee, who was the first to catch a fish that day. “And if it’s all in the wrist, that’s about the most movement I can do without pain, so even better.” (Photo by Will Parson/Chesapeake Bay Program)