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AMFF On The Water In NYC This Fall Honoring Andy Mill

We’ll be kicking back and having fun at Chelsea Piers on October 19 as we honor the one and only Andy Mill. Leave your tie at home and join us for what promises to be an amazing evening. After starting with an outdoor reception overlooking the Hudson, we’ll then move inside and, surrounded by the distant, shimmering lights of the city, enjoy a delicious meal in the company of friends old and new. AMFF is celebrating one of our sport’s most compelling and engaging legends – in other words, there are going to be the best stories told and you won’t want to miss it.

Any event tickets purchased from now until June 30th will also be entered for a chance to win 4 tickets to the 2023 US Open Tennis Quarterfinals in New York City, courtesy of Chris Evert!

Schedule of Events

  • 6pm: Waterfront cocktail reception (artist CD Clarke will be creating a piece live at the reception to be auctioned off)
  • 7pm: Dinner and Live Auction lead by Alec Griswold
  • 9pm: Heritage Award Presentation to Andy Mill with an introduction by Paul Dixon

Tickets and table sponsorships for the Heritage Event are now available:

  • Triple Crown Table: $25,000 Table of 10
  • Gold Cup Table: $10,000 Table of 10
  • Tarpon Pod Casters: $1,000 single ticket
  • Mill House Guests: $500 single ticket

We are expecting a sold out event at Chelsea Piers. Make sure to get tickets early!

To purchase please click here or contact amff@amff.org for more information.

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The American Museum of Fly Fishing dedicated to preserving the rich heritage of fly fishing. The American Museum of Fly Fishing was established in 1968 in Manchester, Vermont, by a group of passionate and enthusiastic anglers who believed that the history of angling was an important part of American culture and tradition. The Museum was created to serve as an institution to research, preserve, and interpret the treasures of angling history.

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