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January 4, 2019

Denver Flyfishing Show - 10:0 am
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January 5, 2019

Colorado Classic 2019 Ice Fishing Tournament
A team consists of two people of which one member must be at least 18 years old. Teams must fish at least 30 feet from any other participating team and may not fish with anyone not registered in the contest. 2. All teams must check in at the 11 Mile Marina Store, North Shore at Eleven Mile State Park. Check in begins at 4:00 AM for Grand Slam and Traveling Trophy, 5:00 AM for March Madness. All vehicles, coolers and related equipment may be inspected by tournament officials. Teams may set up after check in but may not drill any holes until 7:00 AM. Honor system in effect. Late Registration ends at 8:00 AM day of contest. 3. All teams will be issued a contest ID card. All contests end at 2:30 PM. Teams must return to the weigh station no later than 2:30 PM. Any team returning late will be penalized at a rate of one pound per minute and disqualified after 15 minutes. There will be no ties. Tournament officials will institute tie breaking rules in the event of a tie. 4. All fish must be caught in a legal and sporting manner, on rod and reel or tip up. Intentional snagging of fish will result in disqualification. Use of live legal bait is allowed. Use or possession of live minnows is prohibited. All Colorado fishing rules and regulations apply. Please consult your CPW rules and regulations brochure. All species caught for weigh-in may not be released. 5. Entry into the contest does not pay for entry into the Park. All vehicles must have a valid State Park pass. 6. Any taxes, fees and licenses etc., are the responsibility of the contestants and winners. Winning contestants are required to provide their SS# upon request. 7. NO REFUNDS of entry fee for any reason. Contests are held REGARDLESS OF WEATHER. 8. At no time during the tournament hours are any alcoholic beverages or drugs other than legally prescribed drugs allowed to be consumed. 9. If there is a question regarding the manner of harvest of any fish, contestants may be subjected to a polygraph test. 10. Names and likenesses of contest winner (s) may be used by Sponsor and Sponsor’s designee (s) for promotional purposes without further compensation to winner (s). 11. Officials will be on the ice for inspection and observation during tournament hours. Each team is required to cooperate with all requests of tournament officials. 12. Each contest may have specific rules and regulations pertaining to that event. Such rules will be made available to each team on the day of the event and are herby made a part of these rules and regulations. 13. By signing the application all contestants agree to the following release of liability. We in consideration of being permitted to participate in the Colorado Classic do for ourselves, our heirs, executors, and assigns, hereby release and forever hold harmless and discharge 11 Mile Sports, Inc. dba 11 Mile Marina, State of Colorado, , Denver Water Department, its employees and any and all sponsoring companies, entities, and individuals, administrators and assigns from any and every claim demand by reason of any bodily injury or personal injuries, known or unknown, death or property damage resulting or to result fro
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Tightline Outdoors’ Ice Addiction Tournament 2019/ - 5:0 am
All contestants must stop pre-fishing in the designated course by 7pm on January 4, 2019. The day of the event the designated parking lot will open at 4am. Registration/Check-In time will depend on the Group letter assigned on your ticket when purchased. You will only be able to check in and register during the designated time for your group, or later. Check in times are as follows. The group letter is listed on your ticket: Group A: 5:00-5:15 AM Group B: 5:15-5:30 AM Group C: 5:30-5:45 AM Group D: 5:45-6:00 AM All anglers must check in before going on the fishing course. Once anglers are Registered/Checked-In they can go on the course to select their pre drilled hole. Holes are first come first serve. Each angler can select and place equipment by their own hole but cannot save or reserve holes for others. The Tournament starts at 8am and ends at 12pm. Anglers are not allowed to drop their lines in the water until the 8am start. Anglers can use electronic depth finders or cameras to check depth before the event starts. All fish must be hooked, landed and on the ice by the 12PM buzzer to be a qualified fish for the event.
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Steamboat 8th Annual Ice Fishing Tournament - 8:0 am
Saturday, January 5 Steamboat Fishing Adventures presents the 8th Annual Ice Fishing Tournament at Stagecoach State Park. Back and bigger for 2019! More prizes, more cash! Total length of 2 trout caught or optional largest pike competition!
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Introduction to Ice Fishing - 9:0 am
Have you ever wanted to try ice fishing but didn't know where to start? Are you new to ice fishing and looking for some tips to help you catch more fish? Then, this is the class for you! Space is limited so register today. All equipment will be provided or bring your gear and we will help you get it set up. All anglers 16 years old and older must have a valid fishing license. Licenses will not be able to be sold at the event.
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Denver Flyfishing Show - 9:0 am
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Family Ice Fishing Day @ Lake Avery - 10:0 am
Bundle up, grab your fishing rod, and join ERBM Recreation and Park District and Colorado Parks and Wildlife staff (CPW) for a day of ice fishing at Lake Avery on Saturday, Jan. 5 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. CPW will be on hand to provide all of the necessary equipment along with knowledge on how to ice fish, types of fish, and the environment in which the fish live. ERBM will provide a free lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., cooked and served by the Meeker Lions Club. Shortly after lunch there will be a drawing for a variety of prizes. A valid Colorado fishing license is required for all participants 16 and older. For more information contact a local licensing agent or visit Colorado Parks and Wildlife online. This event is weather dependent. If the ice is deemed unsafe the event will be cancelled. The decision to cancel will be made on Dec. 29 and will be advertised in the Jan. 3 Herald Times and on the ERBM Facebook page. Directions to Lake Avery: Take County Road 8 upriver 22 miles. Take a left at the Lake Avery sign and follow the road up to the parking lot.
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January 6, 2019

Denver Flyfishing Show - 9:0 am
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January 10, 2019

International Sportsman Expo
The Rocky Mountain region's largest outdoor, fishing, hunting and travel show returns. 500+ exhibiting companies. Hundreds of free seminars. Three contests, new features, and new experts and topics. Guidance for newcomers to Colorado outdoors, tips for the expert, and fun for the entire family. Find Your Life Outdoors
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Conservation Volunteers Orientation - 6:30 pm
Conservation projects ranging from restoring native trout in local watersheds to scientific monitoring of watershed health will be discussed at an orientation program Thursday, January 10th at the Odell Brewing Tap Room in Ft Collins. Individuals interested in volunteering for local conservation and education activities are invited to attend. A special guest, Meghan Barker the Alaska Organizer for Trout Unlimited, will discuss TU’s efforts to protect the Bristol Bay area in Alaska, one of the world’s most productive ecosystems under threat by efforts to build a gold mine. The orientation is sponsored by Rocky Mountain Flycasters, the local chapter of Trout Unlimited, however non-members are welcome. There is no charge. The orientation begins at 7:00 pm with an overview followed by breakout sessions on individual projects. Odell’s Tap Room is located at 800 E Lincoln Ave in Ft Collins. Rocky Mountain Flycasters was the tenth chapter authorized by Trout Unlimited, the nation's largest coldwater conservation agency, and has been working on local conservation issues for more than thirty-five years. For more information: www.rockymtnflycasters.org
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January 11, 2019

International Sportsman Expo
The Rocky Mountain region's largest outdoor, fishing, hunting and travel show returns. 500+ exhibiting companies. Hundreds of free seminars. Three contests, new features, and new experts and topics. Guidance for newcomers to Colorado outdoors, tips for the expert, and fun for the entire family. Find Your Life Outdoors
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January 12, 2019

International Sportsman Expo
The Rocky Mountain region's largest outdoor, fishing, hunting and travel show returns. 500+ exhibiting companies. Hundreds of free seminars. Three contests, new features, and new experts and topics. Guidance for newcomers to Colorado outdoors, tips for the expert, and fun for the entire family. Find Your Life Outdoors
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Elkhorn Fly Tying Demo - Steve Thrapp - 10:0 am
Elkhorn Flyshop is pleased to present our SATURDAY FLY TYING DEMONSTRATIONS, a free program every Saturday morning 10AM-12PM beginning sometime in September and running into the following May. The variety of our programs is impressive – Trout flies, bass bugs, hair flies, #32 no-hackles, warmwater flies, Tenkara flies, and a few of those special flies that catch each and every fish that sees them, whenever and wherever used, regardless of the talent of the fisherman! These are casual presentations, lots of questions and answers, free coffee and frequently donuts, and a 10% discount on tying supplies.
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January 13, 2019

International Sportsman Expo
The Rocky Mountain region's largest outdoor, fishing, hunting and travel show returns. 500+ exhibiting companies. Hundreds of free seminars. Three contests, new features, and new experts and topics. Guidance for newcomers to Colorado outdoors, tips for the expert, and fun for the entire family. Find Your Life Outdoors
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Front Range Anglers Intro to Saltwater Fly Fishing - 9:0 am
The purpose of this introductory course is to provide the angler with the most basic look at the world of saltwater fly fishing. This class is designed for the “never ever” saltwater angler but feel free to join us should you like to enhance your skills and knowledge. The class is a one day, four-hour class that begins with classroom instruction at the shop, discussing various saltwater locations, species, knots, rigging, and rod/reel weights and why. The cost of this class is $125. MUST REGISTER PRIOR TO CLASS DATE! The second part of the class is conducted at a nearby park where anglers are taught the importance of distance casting, double haul and more!! Equipment is provided if needed. Graduates of this class will certainly feel confident in transferring their freshwater angling ability to preparing for an adventure saltwater fly fishing trip! Seats are limited to 6 students per class. * Inquire about the Front Range Anglers Adventure Travel Hosted Saltwater Trips! This class will run from 9am-1pm
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January 16, 2019

Fishing the Last Frontier - 6:30 pm
Ft Collins native and fishing guide Connor Murphy will present a program on fishing Alaska Wednesday January 16th at the Ft Collins Senior Center, 1200 Raintree Drive. Murphy has competed in the World’s Fly Fishing Championship and guides locally for St Peter’s Fly Shop in Ft Collins and Dave Duncan and Sons in Quinhagak, Alaska. He is a graduate of Fossil Ridge High School and attended Colorado State University. The January program kicks off the winter-spring series of free public education programs of the Rocky Mountain Flycasters chapter of Trout Unlimited. Social hour begins at 6:30 pm, the program at 7:00.
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January 18, 2019

Denver Boat Show
January 18-20, 2019 Colorado Convention Center 700 14th Street Denver CO 80202 2019 Show Hours Friday, January 18: 12 noon – 9 p.m. Saturday January 19: 10 a.m. – 9 p.m. Sunday January 20: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. 2019 Ticket Prices Adults (17 and older): $13.50 Free entry for youth 16 & under Non-perishable food item discount is available at the box office only.
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January 19, 2019

Denver Boat Show
January 18-20, 2019 Colorado Convention Center 700 14th Street Denver CO 80202 2019 Show Hours Friday, January 18: 12 noon – 9 p.m. Saturday January 19: 10 a.m. – 9 p.m. Sunday January 20: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. 2019 Ticket Prices Adults (17 and older): $13.50 Free entry for youth 16 & under Non-perishable food item discount is available at the box office only.
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Tightline Outdoors’ Ice Addiction Tournament 2019
All contestants must stop pre-fishing in the designated course by 7pm on January 18, 2019. Registration/Check-In time will depend on the Group letter assigned on your ticket when purchased. You will only be able to check in and register during the designated time for your group, or later. Check in times are as follows. The group letter is listed on your ticket: Group A: 5:00-5:15 AM Group B: 5:15-5:30 AM Group C: 5:30-5:45 AM Group D: 5:45-6:00 AM All anglers must check in before going on the fishing course. Once anglers are Registered/Checked-In they can go on the course to select their pre drilled hole. Holes are first come first serve. Each angler can select and place equipment by their own hole but cannot save or reserve holes for others. The Tournament starts at 8am and ends at 12pm. Anglers are not allowed to drop their lines in the water until the 8am start. Anglers can use electronic depth finders or cameras to check depth before the event starts. All fish must be hooked, landed and on the ice by the 12PM buzzer to be a qualified fish for the event. REGISTRATION Registration closes
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Saratoga Lake Ice FIshing Derby
Get Hooked! at the annual Saratoga Ice Fishing Derby. January 19 & 20 will be your opportunity to compete for the $2,000.00 first prize for catching the largest fish during the two-day derby. Prove your skills at Saratoga Lake in Saratoga, Wyoming while competing for over $6000.00 in guaranteed cash prizes and up to $35,000 in additional prize money. The big prize money is $2000 for first place, $1000 for second and $500 for third. Registered fishermen have more opportunities to win—catch one of only three Trophy Trout during the Derby and it could be worth $20,000 or $10,000 or $5,000! Keep your eyes open for the many Bounty Fish-- a fish with a pink tag behind the dorsal fin—the first Bounty Fish to be caught and verified during the derby and is worth $500!
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Elkhorn Fly Tying Demo - Tim Jacobs - 10:0 am
Elkhorn Flyshop is pleased to present our SATURDAY FLY TYING DEMONSTRATIONS, a free program every Saturday morning 10AM-12PM beginning sometime in September and running into the following May. The variety of our programs is impressive – Trout flies, bass bugs, hair flies, #32 no-hackles, warmwater flies, Tenkara flies, and a few of those special flies that catch each and every fish that sees them, whenever and wherever used, regardless of the talent of the fisherman! These are casual presentations, lots of questions and answers, free coffee and frequently donuts, and a 10% discount on tying supplies.
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JAX Fly Tying Day
Free public event, many fly tiers to watch, including Ric Takahashi. Enter to win a TFO rod of your choice from Temple Fork Outfitters.

January 20, 2019

Denver Boat Show
January 18-20, 2019 Colorado Convention Center 700 14th Street Denver CO 80202 2019 Show Hours Friday, January 18: 12 noon – 9 p.m. Saturday January 19: 10 a.m. – 9 p.m. Sunday January 20: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. 2019 Ticket Prices Adults (17 and older): $13.50 Free entry for youth 16 & under Non-perishable food item discount is available at the box office only.
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Saratoga Lake Ice FIshing Derby
Get Hooked! at the annual Saratoga Ice Fishing Derby. January 19 & 20 will be your opportunity to compete for the $2,000.00 first prize for catching the largest fish during the two-day derby. Prove your skills at Saratoga Lake in Saratoga, Wyoming while competing for over $6000.00 in guaranteed cash prizes and up to $35,000 in additional prize money. The big prize money is $2000 for first place, $1000 for second and $500 for third. Registered fishermen have more opportunities to win—catch one of only three Trophy Trout during the Derby and it could be worth $20,000 or $10,000 or $5,000! Keep your eyes open for the many Bounty Fish-- a fish with a pink tag behind the dorsal fin—the first Bounty Fish to be caught and verified during the derby and is worth $500!
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January 25, 2019

The Granby Chamber of Commerce 31st Annual 3 Lake - 6:30 am
•Weigh Station Location: Indian Peaks Marina, 6862 US-34, Granby, CO 80446 •Contest(s) begin at 6:40 am each day. Weigh station hours: Fri. & Sat. 9am – 4:30pm, Sun. 9am-2pm •You must be IN LINE at the weigh station by 4:30pm on Fri. & Sat. – 2pm on Sun. to be eligible for cash prizes •All CASH winners must be present at 5:30pm on Fri. & Sat. – 3pm on Sun. at (location to be determined) to receive their award. If not present award will go to the next biggest fish. •Forest Service passes are available at the ANRA office, 9 Ten Mile Drive, Granby, CO. (open M-F 8am-5pm) and at pay station kiosks •ANRA/Forest Service Office: 970-887-4100 Passes: 1 day $5/vehicle – 3 day $10/vehicle – 1 week $15/vehicle •Prize Drawing winners MUST BE PRESENT to collect prize, Prize drawing will be held at the end of Awards Ceremony on Saturday, the 26th. Pre-register/pay by Jan. 19th. First 500 entries receive a commemorative hat. HAT QUANTITIES LIMITED! HATS AVAILALBE AT THE WEIGH STATION OR AT THE AWARD CEREMONIES! THURSDAY Night Kickoff Party @ Indian Peaks Marina. $25/person includes food and 2 drink tickets. Plus, Karaoke by Cowboy Dave! Any question, email info@granbychamber.com Follow 3 Lakes Ice Fishing Contest on Facebook Ice fish on beautiful Lake Granby, Shadow Mountain Reservoir & Grand Lake. Every day is a separate tournament. Vie for over $21,000 in cash and prizes. Entries are only $35 for one day, $45 for two days, and $50 for all THREE days. Numerous categories and kids awards. Entries include an official tournament (limited supply)hat AND a prize entry. One ticket is included with your entry. Register online at http://www.granbychamber.com/fish
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January 26, 2019

The Granby Chamber of Commerce 31st Annual 3 Lake - 6:30 am
•Weigh Station Location: Indian Peaks Marina, 6862 US-34, Granby, CO 80446 •Contest(s) begin at 6:40 am each day. Weigh station hours: Fri. & Sat. 9am – 4:30pm, Sun. 9am-2pm •You must be IN LINE at the weigh station by 4:30pm on Fri. & Sat. – 2pm on Sun. to be eligible for cash prizes •All CASH winners must be present at 5:30pm on Fri. & Sat. – 3pm on Sun. at (location to be determined) to receive their award. If not present award will go to the next biggest fish. •Forest Service passes are available at the ANRA office, 9 Ten Mile Drive, Granby, CO. (open M-F 8am-5pm) and at pay station kiosks •ANRA/Forest Service Office: 970-887-4100 Passes: 1 day $5/vehicle – 3 day $10/vehicle – 1 week $15/vehicle •Prize Drawing winners MUST BE PRESENT to collect prize, Prize drawing will be held at the end of Awards Ceremony on Saturday, the 26th. Pre-register/pay by Jan. 19th. First 500 entries receive a commemorative hat. HAT QUANTITIES LIMITED! HATS AVAILALBE AT THE WEIGH STATION OR AT THE AWARD CEREMONIES! THURSDAY Night Kickoff Party @ Indian Peaks Marina. $25/person includes food and 2 drink tickets. Plus, Karaoke by Cowboy Dave! Any question, email info@granbychamber.com Follow 3 Lakes Ice Fishing Contest on Facebook Ice fish on beautiful Lake Granby, Shadow Mountain Reservoir & Grand Lake. Every day is a separate tournament. Vie for over $21,000 in cash and prizes. Entries are only $35 for one day, $45 for two days, and $50 for all THREE days. Numerous categories and kids awards. Entries include an official tournament (limited supply)hat AND a prize entry. One ticket is included with your entry. Register online at http://www.granbychamber.com/fish
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Fish, skate, ski, sled at Crawford State Park - 9:0 am
CRAWFORD, Colo. – Crawford State Park will offer a variety of fun events on Jan. 26 – visit the park for ice fishing, ice skating, sledding and cross-country skiing. From 9 a.m. to noon, a free ice-fishing clinic will be offered. Participants will start indoors and learn about ice-fishing gear and lures, ice-fishing electronics and ice-fishing techniques. Instruction will include an emphasis on how to catch perch and crappie. Then the class will move outside onto the ice for some hands-on experience. For those who don’t have their own ice-fishing equipment, the park will have gear available to use for the day. All participants must have a Colorado fishing license. Licenses are available for sale at the park. From noon-4 p.m. everyone else can join the fun. An ice rink will be ready on the lake, a sledding hill will be open and cross-country skiing trails will be set. Visitors should bring their own sled, skates and skis. Park staff will also have a fire going to cook hot dogs and make s'mores. They’ll also be serving up hot chocolate. All food and refreshments are free. All events are dependent on ice and snow conditions. Crawford State Park is located in Delta County in western Colorado, about 10 miles south of the town of Hotchkiss. For more information, call the park at 970-921-5721. Entrance to the park is just $8 per vehicle. Annual passes, good for all 42 state parks, are available for $80.
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JAX Pyramid Lake, World Record Cutthroat Trout - 10:0 am
Join us to learn all about fly fishing in the "Home of the World's Largest Cutthroat Trout" from the CEO of Pyramid Fly Co., Captain Robert Hagerty. "Capt Rob" is an expert fly fisherman with over 30 years of guiding and fly shop experience. Learn everything you need to know to fish in Pyramid Lake, including: * History of Pyramid Lake in Reno Nevada, the "Home of the World's Largest Cutthroat Trout" * Unique facts about the Pilot Peak Cutthroat Trout * How to fly fish and the use of conventional gear at Pyramid Lake * How to travel to Pyramid Lake from Denver
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January 27, 2019

The Granby Chamber of Commerce 31st Annual 3 Lake - 6:30 am
•Weigh Station Location: Indian Peaks Marina, 6862 US-34, Granby, CO 80446 •Contest(s) begin at 6:40 am each day. Weigh station hours: Fri. & Sat. 9am – 4:30pm, Sun. 9am-2pm •You must be IN LINE at the weigh station by 4:30pm on Fri. & Sat. – 2pm on Sun. to be eligible for cash prizes •All CASH winners must be present at 5:30pm on Fri. & Sat. – 3pm on Sun. at (location to be determined) to receive their award. If not present award will go to the next biggest fish. •Forest Service passes are available at the ANRA office, 9 Ten Mile Drive, Granby, CO. (open M-F 8am-5pm) and at pay station kiosks •ANRA/Forest Service Office: 970-887-4100 Passes: 1 day $5/vehicle – 3 day $10/vehicle – 1 week $15/vehicle •Prize Drawing winners MUST BE PRESENT to collect prize, Prize drawing will be held at the end of Awards Ceremony on Saturday, the 26th. Pre-register/pay by Jan. 19th. First 500 entries receive a commemorative hat. HAT QUANTITIES LIMITED! HATS AVAILALBE AT THE WEIGH STATION OR AT THE AWARD CEREMONIES! THURSDAY Night Kickoff Party @ Indian Peaks Marina. $25/person includes food and 2 drink tickets. Plus, Karaoke by Cowboy Dave! Any question, email info@granbychamber.com Follow 3 Lakes Ice Fishing Contest on Facebook Ice fish on beautiful Lake Granby, Shadow Mountain Reservoir & Grand Lake. Every day is a separate tournament. Vie for over $21,000 in cash and prizes. Entries are only $35 for one day, $45 for two days, and $50 for all THREE days. Numerous categories and kids awards. Entries include an official tournament (limited supply)hat AND a prize entry. One ticket is included with your entry. Register online at http://www.granbychamber.com/fish
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February 2, 2019

Ice Fishing Contest 2017 – Delaney Butte Lakes
February 4th 2017 – Placing for prizes based on length plus girth of trout caught by individual during one-day contest – One set of prizes for one-day contest 6AM to 5PM – $75 for largest fish taken hourly (designated hours) – Entry Fee: $30 Adults, $10 youth – Youth under age 16 will compete for separate cash prizes – Anglers can register at the Moose Creek Cafe Friday February 3rd beginning at 9AM For more information you can contact the North Park Chamber Of Commerce at 970-723-4600 or by visiting their website www.northparkchamber.org or by sending them an email www.northparkchamber@centurytel.net
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Colorado Classic 2019 Ice Fishing Tournament
A team consists of two people of which one member must be at least 18 years old. Teams must fish at least 30 feet from any other participating team and may not fish with anyone not registered in the contest. 2. All teams must check in at the 11 Mile Marina Store, North Shore at Eleven Mile State Park. Check in begins at 4:00 AM for Grand Slam and Traveling Trophy, 5:00 AM for March Madness. All vehicles, coolers and related equipment may be inspected by tournament officials. Teams may set up after check in but may not drill any holes until 7:00 AM. Honor system in effect. Late Registration ends at 8:00 AM day of contest. 3. All teams will be issued a contest ID card. All contests end at 2:30 PM. Teams must return to the weigh station no later than 2:30 PM. Any team returning late will be penalized at a rate of one pound per minute and disqualified after 15 minutes. There will be no ties. Tournament officials will institute tie breaking rules in the event of a tie. 4. All fish must be caught in a legal and sporting manner, on rod and reel or tip up. Intentional snagging of fish will result in disqualification. Use of live legal bait is allowed. Use or possession of live minnows is prohibited. All Colorado fishing rules and regulations apply. Please consult your CPW rules and regulations brochure. All species caught for weigh-in may not be released. 5. Entry into the contest does not pay for entry into the Park. All vehicles must have a valid State Park pass. 6. Any taxes, fees and licenses etc., are the responsibility of the contestants and winners. Winning contestants are required to provide their SS# upon request. 7. NO REFUNDS of entry fee for any reason. Contests are held REGARDLESS OF WEATHER. 8. At no time during the tournament hours are any alcoholic beverages or drugs other than legally prescribed drugs allowed to be consumed. 9. If there is a question regarding the manner of harvest of any fish, contestants may be subjected to a polygraph test. 10. Names and likenesses of contest winner (s) may be used by Sponsor and Sponsor’s designee (s) for promotional purposes without further compensation to winner (s). 11. Officials will be on the ice for inspection and observation during tournament hours. Each team is required to cooperate with all requests of tournament officials. 12. Each contest may have specific rules and regulations pertaining to that event. Such rules will be made available to each team on the day of the event and are herby made a part of these rules and regulations. 13. By signing the application all contestants agree to the following release of liability. We in consideration of being permitted to participate in the Colorado Classic do for ourselves, our heirs, executors, and assigns, hereby release and forever hold harmless and discharge 11 Mile Sports, Inc. dba 11 Mile Marina, State of Colorado, , Denver Water Department, its employees and any and all sponsoring companies, entities, and individuals, administrators and assigns from any and every claim demand by reason of any bodily injury or personal injuries, known or unknown, death or property damage resulting or to result fro
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Elkhorn Fly Tying Demo - Joe Johnson - 10:0 am
Elkhorn Flyshop is pleased to present our SATURDAY FLY TYING DEMONSTRATIONS, a free program every Saturday morning 10AM-12PM beginning sometime in September and running into the following May. The variety of our programs is impressive – Trout flies, bass bugs, hair flies, #32 no-hackles, warmwater flies, Tenkara flies, and a few of those special flies that catch each and every fish that sees them, whenever and wherever used, regardless of the talent of the fisherman! These are casual presentations, lots of questions and answers, free coffee and frequently donuts, and a 10% discount on tying supplies.
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Fly Fishing Film Tour - Colorado Springs - 6:0 pm
Stargazers Theater Feb 02, 2019 at 6:00 PM (MST) Colorado Springs, Colorado
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February 9, 2019

Tightline Outdoors’ Ice Addiction Tournament 2019 - 5:0 am
All contestants must stop pre-fishing in the designated course by 7pm on February 8, 2019. The day of the event the designated parking lot will open at 4am. Registration/Check-In time will depend on the Group letter assigned on your ticket when purchased. You will only be able to check in and register during the designated time for your group, or later. Check in times are as follows. The group letter is listed on your ticket: Group A: 5:00-5:15 AM Group B: 5:15-5:30 AM Group C: 5:30-5:45 AM Group D: 5:45-6:00 AM All anglers must check in before going on the fishing course. Once anglers are Registered/Checked-In they can go on the course to select their pre drilled hole. Holes are first come first serve. Each angler can select and place equipment by their own hole but cannot save or reserve holes for others. The Tournament starts at 8am and ends at 12pm. Anglers are not allowed to drop their lines in the water until the 8am start. Anglers can use electronic depth finders or cameras to check depth before the event starts. All fish must be hooked, landed and on the ice by the 12PM buzzer to be a qualified fish for the event.
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Ice Fishing Derby at Twin Lakes - 7:0 am
Leadville Today: Did you know that the Ice Fishing Derby at Twin Lakes is known as the longest, competitive ice-fishing derby not only in the state, but across the region? That’s no fish tale either! There’s no break in the action, as competitors kick-off early on Saturday morning, Feb. 9 at 7 a.m. and continue overnight until noon on Sunday, Feb. 10. If you think that sitting on a frozen lake plunking your line into a fishing hole carved more than 12 inches deep into the icy tundra is all there is to the sport of ice fishing, think again! There are good times with family and friends, not to mention the incredible views, fresh air, and mountain sunshine. Of course, the sport itself has its own rewards, but judging from the growing success of the Ice Fishing Derby at Twin Lakes in recent years, ice fishing is becoming increasingly popular across Colorado. So mark the calendar for February 9 & 10, 2019.
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Elkhorn Fly Tying Demo - Carl Pennington - 10:0 am
Elkhorn Flyshop is pleased to present our SATURDAY FLY TYING DEMONSTRATIONS, a free program every Saturday morning 10AM-12PM beginning sometime in September and running into the following May. The variety of our programs is impressive – Trout flies, bass bugs, hair flies, #32 no-hackles, warmwater flies, Tenkara flies, and a few of those special flies that catch each and every fish that sees them, whenever and wherever used, regardless of the talent of the fisherman! These are casual presentations, lots of questions and answers, free coffee and frequently donuts, and a 10% discount on tying supplies.
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February 10, 2019

Ice Fishing Derby at Twin Lakes
Leadville Today: Did you know that the Ice Fishing Derby at Twin Lakes is known as the longest, competitive ice-fishing derby not only in the state, but across the region? That’s no fish tale either! There’s no break in the action, as competitors kick-off early on Saturday morning, Feb. 9 at 7 a.m. and continue overnight until noon on Sunday, Feb. 10. If you think that sitting on a frozen lake plunking your line into a fishing hole carved more than 12 inches deep into the icy tundra is all there is to the sport of ice fishing, think again! There are good times with family and friends, not to mention the incredible views, fresh air, and mountain sunshine. Of course, the sport itself has its own rewards, but judging from the growing success of the Ice Fishing Derby at Twin Lakes in recent years, ice fishing is becoming increasingly popular across Colorado. So mark the calendar for February 9 & 10, 2019.
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February 11, 2019

February Fish Health Board Meeting - 9:0 am
Monday, February 11: 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM The Colorado Fish Health Board (FHB) initiates or reviews every rule pertaining to the regulation of fish health the spread of aquatic disease or the distribution of any exotic aquatic species.​ ​ All meetings are open to the public.​ ​Learn more about the Colorado Fish Health Board. Audience: All Ages Location: Denver Denver, 6060 Broadway Colorado Parks and Wildlife Office​
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February 12, 2019

Elkhorn & Big Beaver Vise Squad - 6:0 pm
Vise Squad! A casual, semi-social gathering of thirsty fly tyers. Every 2nd and 4th Tuesday, 6PM at Big Beaver Brewery. No charge, but you will want to purchase a beer, and maybe even the Best Bratwurst. Bring your own stuff and tie what you want, or visit the Elkhorn website to order a convenient Vise Squad Sixpack
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February 15, 2019

Fly Fishing Film Tour - Silverthorne - 7:0 pm
Silverthorne Town Pavilion Feb 15, 2019 at 5:00 PM (MST) Silverthorne, Colorado The event will benefit PROJECT HEALING WATERS FLY FISHING. Doors open at 5 pm and the show starts at 7pm. We have a great silent auction. Tickets $12 in advance and $15 at the door. Tickets are available locally in advance at Cutthroat Anglers, Mountain Angler, and Breckenridge Outfitters For more information contact Cutthroat Anglers at 970-262-2878 or anglers@fishcolorado.com. Please note there are no tickets sold by F3T online for this event.
Fly Fishing Film Tour - Evergreen - 7:0 pm
The Wild Game Evergreen Feb 15, 2019 at 7:00 PM (MST) Evergreen, Colorado Join us along with many local flyshops and vendors for this epic event. The Wild Game Venue features 7 Large Projector screens along with 22 High definition TV's. There is not a bad seat in the house. Doors open at 5pm with live music, silent auction as well as 2 full bars and satellite beer stations. Once again a buffet will be available for all guests. Silent Auction will benefit PROJECT HEALING WATERS .Get your tickets soon, this will sell out.
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February 16, 2019

Wolford Ice Fishing Tournament
22nd Annual Wolford Mountain Reservoir Ice Fishing Contest $2500 GUARANTEED cash prize for 1st tagged fish recorded at tent. $250 cash prize for 2nd through 5th tagged fish recorded at tent. HOURLY BIG FISH PRIZES 10 Largest Fish Cash Prizes 1st = $1200 2nd = $800 3rd = $700 4th = $600 5th = $500 6th = $400 7th = $300 8th = $200 9th = $100 10th = $75 $150 cash prize for largest crayfish recorded REGISTRATIONS Registrations may also be done at the Chamber at 203 Park Ave until 9:00pm Friday, February 15th or Saturday morning 5:00am to 7:00am. Registrations will also be done the day of the contest at the Judging Tent on Wolford Mountain Reservoir from 6 a.m. to noon. IMPORTANT - Read rules and waver thoroughly. Any violatens will result in immediate removal from the contest with
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Debunk The Winter Funk - 10:0 am
Saturday, February 16: 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Got the winter blues? Colorado Parks & Wildlife is providing a cool way to shake off the winter doldrums and “debunk the winter funk” with a variety of free outdoor, family activities at Stagecoach State Park’s Marina area, Saturday, Feb.16, from 10am through 2pm. Leashed pets are welcome! ​Visit www.facebook.com/StagecoachStatePark for more information. Audience: All Ages Location: Stagecoach State Park Marina Area 25500 County Road 14 Oak Creek, CO 80467 Stagecoach ​Stagecoach Park Office 970-736-2436
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Elkhorn Fly Tying Demo - Rick Takahashi - 10:0 am
Elkhorn Flyshop is pleased to present our SATURDAY FLY TYING DEMONSTRATIONS, a free program every Saturday morning 10AM-12PM beginning sometime in September and running into the following May. The variety of our programs is impressive – Trout flies, bass bugs, hair flies, #32 no-hackles, warmwater flies, Tenkara flies, and a few of those special flies that catch each and every fish that sees them, whenever and wherever used, regardless of the talent of the fisherman! These are casual presentations, lots of questions and answers, free coffee and frequently donuts, and a 10% discount on tying supplies.
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February 17, 2019

Heroes on Ice - 8:0 am
Our annual Heroes on Ice, hosted by Just One Day, will be held at St Vrain State park. The event is open to all military veterans and first responders as well as immediate family members. Attendees will require fishing licenses and pay for a day access pass, unless they already have an annual State Parks pass. Additional details will be available soon. Anyone planning to attend is requested to RSVP by emailing info@justoneday.net or find us on Facebook either Just One Day or Heroes on Ice.
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February 19, 2019

JAX Lafayette Fly Tying Clinic - 6:30 pm
Learn to tie the Zebra Midge, RS-2's and more spring patterns. JAX Mercantile, Co - Outdoor Gear (Lafayette) 900 South Hwy. 287, Lafayette, Colorado 80026
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February 20, 2019

FLY TYING EXPO - 5:30 pm
Rocky Mountain Flycasters chapter of Trout Unlimited presents its annual Fly Tying Expo Wednesday February 20th. Two dozen of the area’s top guides, authors and fly designers will participate. A beginners bench will offer those who ‘have always wanted to try that’ the opportunity to create their own first fly. The Expo will take place at the Ft Collins Senior Center, 1200 Raintree Drive. Doors open at 5:30 pm. A meal and raffle entries are included in ticket price. Adult admission is $20, students with ID $10, and under 12 admitted free.
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Coalition for the Poudre River Watershed Pint Nigh - 6:0 pm
Come join CPRW at Pour Brothers on Wednesday, February 20th from 6-8pm for Pint Night! All tips generated between 6-8pm will go to CPRW. Pour Brothers Community Tavern 220 Linden St, Fort Collins
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February 23, 2019

4th Annual Polar Plunge at Lake Pueblo State Park
PUEBLO, Colo. – To raise money for Special Olympics, Colorado Parks and Wildlife is hosting the Fourth Annual Polar Plunge on Saturday, Feb. 23, at Lake Pueblo State Park. The fundraising event, sponsored by the Pueblo County Sheriff's Office, will require closing the South Boat Ramp at the park for the entire day. Boaters will need to use the North Marina ramp that day. The Polar Plunge is a nationwide fundraising tool of Special Olympics and similar plunge events occur across Colorado. This is the fourth year that Lake Pueblo has hosted the event. Everyone from individuals to organizations to businesses are invited to get involved and join in supporting Special Olympics Colorado. All funds raised go towards programming and events for nearly 25,000 Special Olympics athletes statewide. All it takes is to register, either online (https://state.us10.list-manage.com/track/click?u=5144ed31c5f2ba642e0393361&id=fb67f52be0&e=76119801d5) or the day of the plunge, and gather a minimum of $75 in donations and pledges. “We are proud to partner with the Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office in supporting Special Olympics with the Polar Plunge,” said Joe Stadterman, CPW’s operations manager at Lake Pueblo. “Since 2016, the Polar Plunge raised more than $70,000 for the cause. We’d like to really add to that total this year.”
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Elkhorn Fly Tying Demo - Hannah Kramer - 10:0 am
Elkhorn Flyshop is pleased to present our SATURDAY FLY TYING DEMONSTRATIONS, a free program every Saturday morning 10AM-12PM beginning sometime in September and running into the following May. The variety of our programs is impressive – Trout flies, bass bugs, hair flies, #32 no-hackles, warmwater flies, Tenkara flies, and a few of those special flies that catch each and every fish that sees them, whenever and wherever used, regardless of the talent of the fisherman! These are casual presentations, lots of questions and answers, free coffee and frequently donuts, and a 10% discount on tying supplies.
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February 24, 2019

Steamboat Lake State Park Ice Fishing Clinic - 10:0 am
Sunday, February 24: 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Steamboat Lake State Park will be hosting a FREE Ice Fishing Clinic open to all ages and skill levels. Participants will learn the basics of Ice Fishing for safe and fun winter angling. All fishing equipment will be provided! Dress for cold outdoor weather conditions and bring a chair! Space is limited so please register by calling the park. Audience: All Ages Location: Steamboat Lake State Park Steamboat Lake State Park Visitor Center 61105 RCR 129 Clark, CO, 80428 Steamboat Lake,Pearl Lake Additional Information: Registration required ​Steamboat Lake State Park Visitor Center (970) 879-3922
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February 25, 2019

NW Region Sportsmen's Roundtable - 6:0 pm
Who: Sportsmen's Roundtable Caucus What: Regular caucus meeting and election When: 6 p.m., Monday, Feb. 25 Where: Mesa County Central Services Building, 200 South Spruce Street, Grand Junction For more information about the Sportsmen's Roundtable, visit http://cpw.state.co.us/aboutus/Pages/Roundtable.aspx GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. - The Northwest Region Sportsmen's Roundtable invites hunters and anglers, or anyone who has thoughts about hunting and fishing related issues, to attend the next regional caucus, beginning at 6 p.m., Feb. 25, Mesa County Central Services, 200 South Spruce Street in Grand Junction. In addition to wide-ranging discussions about a variety of topics, the Roundtable will need to elect a new regional delegate. Anyone interested in running for a spot on the Roundtable is encouraged to attend and give a short presentation or speech about their qualifications. Attendees will vote to select the new member during the meeting. "We want to stress that this is not CPW's meeting," said Regional Manager JT Romatzke. "The Roundtable and attendees have the final word about what hunting and fishing topics they would like to discuss however, CPW will be there to answer questions as needed." Romatzke says other matters he expects may come up include CPW's five-year Big Game Season Structure, chronic wasting disease, herd management plans and new license fees and requirements. "We've made good progress in the last year in terms of funding the future of this agency," said Regional Manager JT Romatzke. "However, we know sportsmen have questions about our new fees and requirements. This is the time and place to get answers and provide feedback that will be relayed directly to CPW leadership." The Roundtable consists of four appointed members and two elected members from each region. Twice each year, the Statewide Roundtable meets with the CPW Director and other members of the agency's leadership for detailed discussions about a variety of management challenges. Elected members can serve two-year terms and are expected to organize regional caucus meetings and be available to constituents, serving as their representatives for regional concerns during the statewide meetings.
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February 26, 2019

Navajo State Park Community outreach meeting - 6:0 pm
ARBOLES, Colo. – If you’re wondering what’s been happening at Navajo State Park lately, plan to attend a community outreach meeting, 6-8 p.m., Feb. 26 at the TARA Community Center, 333 Milton Lane in Arboles. In the last two years Colorado Parks and Wildlife has built a new aquatic nuisance inspection station, a new water treatment facility, improved the boat storage area and is completing a resurfacing project on the boat ramp. Park Manager Brian Sandy will talk about those projects, plans for the marina store and future plans at Navajo. Sandy will also talk about this year’s water forecast for the reservoir and what that will mean for boating. Anyone interested in Navajo State Park is invited to attend and discuss any issues or concerns regarding the park. Navajo State Park is a major recreational facility in southwest Colorado, drawing more than 330,000 visitors every year. The 2,100-acre park offers boating, fishing, hiking and biking trails, wildlife viewing, 138 camp site and three cabins. The reservoir is one of the largest in the West at 15,000 acres. For more information: 970-883-2208.
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Elkhorn & Big Beaver Vise Squad - 6:0 pm
Vise Squad! A casual, semi-social gathering of thirsty fly tyers. Every 2nd and 4th Tuesday, 6PM at Big Beaver Brewery. No charge, but you will want to purchase a beer, and maybe even the Best Bratwurst. Bring your own stuff and tie what you want, or visit the Elkhorn website to order a convenient Vise Squad Sixpack
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March 2, 2019

Holes 4 Heroes C&R Ice Fishing Tournament
Holes-4-Heroes Catch-n-Release Ice fishing Tournament Tournament will be held on Grand Lake All must register, including free registration for vets! Cost: Free for vets, $45 for contest, $65 for VIP Contest Hours: Saturday 7AM - 4PM Sunday 7AM - 2PM Awards Ceremony 3PM Sunday Top 3 in each category win: Lakers, Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout Slot limit fish 26″- 36″ quick measure and release. Under 26″ and over 36″ judge measure. Check In: Friday 6am to 6pm at Granby Bait N Tackle Friday 6pm to 10pm at Parkers Platoon Saturday 4am at Parkers Platoon and Granby Bait N Tackle Please call the Platoon directly at 303-660-5166 or email francesca@parkersplatoon.org. Please direct all ice fishing related questions to Mike Ivy at Granby Bait & Tackle at 970-557-3023.
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Colorado Classic 2019 Ice Fishing Tournament
1. A team consists of two people of which one member must be at least 18 years old. Teams must fish at least 30 feet from any other participating team and may not fish with anyone not registered in the contest. 2. All teams must check in at the 11 Mile Marina Store, North Shore at Eleven Mile State Park. Check in begins at 4:00 AM for Grand Slam and Traveling Trophy, 5:00 AM for March Madness. All vehicles, coolers and related equipment may be inspected by tournament officials. Teams may set up after check in but may not drill any holes until 7:00 AM. Honor system in effect. Late Registration ends at 8:00 AM day of contest. 3. All teams will be issued a contest ID card. All contests end at 2:30 PM. Teams must return to the weigh station no later than 2:30 PM. Any team returning late will be penalized at a rate of one pound per minute and disqualified after 15 minutes. There will be no ties. Tournament officials will institute tie breaking rules in the event of a tie. 4. All fish must be caught in a legal and sporting manner, on rod and reel or tip up. Intentional snagging of fish will result in disqualification. Use of live legal bait is allowed. Use or possession of live minnows is prohibited. All Colorado fishing rules and regulations apply. Please consult your CPW rules and regulations brochure. All species caught for weigh-in may not be released. 5. Entry into the contest does not pay for entry into the Park. All vehicles must have a valid State Park pass. 6. Any taxes, fees and licenses etc., are the responsibility of the contestants and winners. Winning contestants are required to provide their SS# upon request. 7. NO REFUNDS of entry fee for any reason. Contests are held REGARDLESS OF WEATHER. 8. At no time during the tournament hours are any alcoholic beverages or drugs other than legally prescribed drugs allowed to be consumed. 9. If there is a question regarding the manner of harvest of any fish, contestants may be subjected to a polygraph test. 10. Names and likenesses of contest winner (s) may be used by Sponsor and Sponsor’s designee (s) for promotional purposes without further compensation to winner (s). 11. Officials will be on the ice for inspection and observation during tournament hours. Each team is required to cooperate with all requests of tournament officials. 12. Each contest may have specific rules and regulations pertaining to that event. Such rules will be made available to each team on the day of the event and are herby made a part of these rules and regulations. 13. By signing the application all contestants agree to the following release of liability. We in consideration of being permitted to participate in the Colorado Classic do for ourselves, our heirs, executors, and assigns, hereby release and forever hold harmless and discharge 11 Mile Sports, Inc. dba 11 Mile Marina, State of Colorado, , Denver Water Department, its employees and any and all sponsoring companies, entities, and individuals, administrators and assigns from any and every claim demand by reason of any bodily injury or personal injuries, known or unknown, death or property damage resulting or to result
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Blue Mesa Family Ice Tournament - 6:0 am
100% of the entries paid out in cash to top finishers! Free hot dogs and fun! Great friends and family event!
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March 3, 2019

Holes 4 Heroes C&R Ice Fishing Tournament
Holes-4-Heroes Catch-n-Release Ice fishing Tournament Tournament will be held on Grand Lake All must register, including free registration for vets! Cost: Free for vets, $45 for contest, $65 for VIP Contest Hours: Saturday 7AM - 4PM Sunday 7AM - 2PM Awards Ceremony 3PM Sunday Top 3 in each category win: Lakers, Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout Slot limit fish 26″- 36″ quick measure and release. Under 26″ and over 36″ judge measure. Check In: Friday 6am to 6pm at Granby Bait N Tackle Friday 6pm to 10pm at Parkers Platoon Saturday 4am at Parkers Platoon and Granby Bait N Tackle Please call the Platoon directly at 303-660-5166 or email francesca@parkersplatoon.org. Please direct all ice fishing related questions to Mike Ivy at Granby Bait & Tackle at 970-557-3023.
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March 7, 2019

Colorado TU River Stewardship Gala - 5:0 pm
The 2019 Colorado TU River Stewardship Gala is fast approaching. Join us on Thursday, March 7th at Mile High Station in Denver for this must-attend event for anyone who cares about rivers and trout! Enjoy a delicious meal, beer and wine, and your chance to participate in the auction and live program. We’ll be highlighting Colorado TU’s 50th anniversary throughout the evening and honoring William Reilly with our 2019 River Stewardship Award. Purchase your tickets below or sponsor a table and bring your favorite fishy friends.
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March 9, 2019

Trout Fishing Event/Cabalas Thornton - 11:0 am
Discussing the basics of trout fishing, fly fishing for trout and more 11:30 Boat fishing seminar-330
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Colorado Trout Fishing with Matt Wilkerson - 11:0 am
Colorado Springs Join Matt Wilkerson, Fly Fishing/Hunting Associate for TWO great seminars today on Trout Fishing in Colorado: 11:30am: Seasonal Patterns: Effective Patterns & Bait Presentations 3:30pm: Fly Casting: Proper Casting Techniques & Fly Tying Demonstration PLUS: Tank Demonstrations between Noon & 3pm with our great Fishing Department Team
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Trout Fishing Seminar/Cabela Lonetree - 11:0 am
11:30 and 3:30
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March 10, 2019

Trout Fishing Seminar/Cabala Lonetree - 2:0 am
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Trout Fishing Event/Cabalas Thornton - 2:0 am
Discussing the basics of trout fishing, fly fishing for trout and more 2:00
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March 12, 2019

- DTU Open Board Meeting - Members Welcome
Tue, Mar 12, 2019, 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM Diebolt Brewing Company, 3855 Mariposa St, Denver, CO 80211, USA https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1H83C63Z7b-d14jPoop-1b69-28dg0iBj" id="ow706" _isowner="true">Agenda A Robert’s Rules driven board meeting on critical issues, events, restorations, research and activities involving the Denver South platte. Flyfishing updates, exotic destinations, trips, techniques and lost equipment discussions take place before and after the board meeting. DTU members, other Trout Unlimited Members and Guests welcome.
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Elkhorn & Big Beaver Vise Squad - 6:0 pm
Vise Squad! A casual, semi-social gathering of thirsty fly tyers. Every 2nd and 4th Tuesday, 6PM at Big Beaver Brewery. No charge, but you will want to purchase a beer, and maybe even the Best Bratwurst. Bring your own stuff and tie what you want, or visit the Elkhorn website to order a convenient Vise Squad Sixpack
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JAX Lafayette - Fly Tying Clinic - 6:0 pm
Learn to tie the Blue Wing Olive and more spring patterns. Feel free to bring your own vices and equipment if you have them, but JAX will provide materials and other equipment. This FREE event is perfect for any skill level, from beginner to experts.
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Get Hooked on Fly Tying 3 Part Course - 12:0 pm
This class meets at 6:30pm in our Frying Pan Lodge the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Tuesday of each month. This class is led by Bass Pro Shops associate Alan Reyes. You must make a reservation to take the class and can do so by calling 720-385-3600 and ask for the fly shop. The class is limited to 10 students, so make your reservations today. Students are responsible for providing their own tools and materials
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March 13, 2019

DTU/Mtg w/Chatfield Mitigation Company re:Marcy Gu
Wed, Mar 13, 2019, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM 1500 N Roxborough Park Rd, Littleton, CO 80218 11:00 am on March 13th work?. The meeting will be held at CRMC's construction trailers, located near the south entrance of Chatfield State Park off of Titan Road and North Roxborough Park Rd. Directions to CRMC Construction Trailer (approx. address: 11500 N Roxborough Park Rd, Littleton, CO 80218): Take Santa Fe Drive south to Titan Road Turn right (west) on Titan Road to N. Roxborough Park Rd Turn right (north) on N. Roxborough Park Rd Once you enter the park and before you reach the pay station, there is a dirt road on the right hand side, just past the electronic sign Take the dirt road down the the trailers. Our trailer is in the middle with a CRMC sign on the door Agenda: 1.Current Status of Marcy Gulch Sediment contribution to the Denver South Platte. DTU https://photos.app.goo.gl/wNq1twNf6fGPF4Ff6 2. Change in Marcy Gulch Mitigation plan. CMC 3. Options.
Fly Fishing Film Tour - Edwards - 5:30 pm
Riverwalk Theatre Mar 13, 2019 at 5:30 PM (MDT) Edwards, Colorado F3T is arriving back at the Vail Valley on March 13th 2019! This event will benefit the Eagle River Watershed Council and will be centrally located at the Riverwalk Theatre in Edwards. Doors open at 5:00pm for the 5:30pm and 8:00 pm showing. Networking and pre-party for the 8:00pm showing will begin at 6:00pm at the Riverwalk Theatre in Edwards. TICKETS ARE ONLY AVAILABLE LOCALLY FOR $15 IN ADVANCE AT VAIL VALLEY ANGLERS. For up-to-date information please visit our Facebook event.
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March 14, 2019

DTU/All Day - Youth Program- Chicago Latin School
All Day Event Crescent Park, I-25 Exit 210C, Denver CO 80212 https://drive.google.com/open?id=1sdwf8WQde1fsmhnXmy4iy-oa-RbaLQr" id="ow571" isowner="true">Map and schedule Eight DTU Volunteers will host 14 Chicago Latin School students in a day of aquatic insect sampling and classification, temperature and dissolved oxygen sensor reading and downloading, fly fishing using Tenkara rods, and stream bank cleanup. Volunteers meet at 8:30AM at Crescent Park- Exit 210C I-25 North. Please RSVP. Finished by 3PM. Bring a lunch. email mailto:president@denvertu.org" target="_blank">president@denvertu.org to volunteer.

March 16, 2019

Summer Reservoir Prep (Safe Boating) @ 11 Mile
Calendar Colorado Parks and Wildlife regularly offers events, classes, and festivals for all our outdoor recreation enthusiasts. See our current events below. Looking for a Hunter Education Course, Boating Safety Course, Clinic or Seminar​?​​ ​​See www.Register-ed.com for current classes and seminars. ​​​​​ Summer Reservoir Prep (Safe Boating) Saturday, March 16: All day event We are in need of up to 10 hard-working, fun-loving volunteers to help prepare breakwaters, buoys, lines, and docks on both Eleven Mile and Spinney Mountain reservoirs. Not only do you get the satisfaction of feeling good about helping to make your favorite reservoirs safe for the 2019 boating season, but you get to play with cool tools, learn some cool things, and hang out with your favorite park rangers who will be VERY grateful for your help! ​You like to go boating and catch big fish, but do you know what goes into making your reservoirs safe for boating? Join us on March 16th and 17th to find out! We are in need of up to 10 hard-working, fun-loving volunteers to help prepare breakwaters, buoys, lines, and docks on both Eleven Mile and Spinney Mountain reservoirs. Not only do you get the satisfaction of feeling good about helping to make your favorite reservoirs safe for the 2019 boating season, but you get to play with cool tools, learn some cool things, and hang out with your favorite park rangers who will be VERY grateful for your help! Did we mention we will provide FREE camping and park access for volunteers the day before, during, and the day after this project? AND you get free food! AND the hours you work go towards getting a FREE annual Colorado State Park Pass ($120 value!). AND you get to make cool new friends! So there is really no reason not to sign up! Sign up for one or both days...but we know you want to do both days. This is an opportunity available to volunteers 14+ years old, but if you want to bring your family to enjoy the camping with you we encourage that! But we aren't feeding your family in case you're wondering. Limited spots, so sign up now and thank you for supporting Colorado State Parks! Audience: All Ages Location: Eleven Mile State Park 4229 County Road 92 Lake George, Co 80827 Eleven Mile,Spinney Mountain Directions Additional Information: Registration required Registration Link ​Kasey McClurg kasey.mcclurg@state.co.us 719-748-3401 x6
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Ice Fishing Clinic - 10:0 am
GOULD, Colo. - Colorado Parks and Wildlife has noticed an increasing interest in fishing over frozen waters, especially at many reservoirs located in Colorado's state parks. The agency says as the popularity of ice fishing grows, so does the need for clinics to teach aspiring ice anglers about safety, equipment and the proper way to land a fish through a small hole punched through the ice. At State Forest State Park, CPW will hold a clinic for anyone interested in learning the finer points of ice fishing. The one-day event is open to anglers of all ages and abilities. Meet at the park's Moose Visitor Center at 10 a.m., March 16. Registration is required. Call 970-723-8366 to reserve your spots. "Like many outdoor activities, folks want to participate but it's difficult when they don't have a mentor," said Senior Park Ranger Anthony Johnson. "In general, ice fishing is not hard to do but it can be a challenge if you don't know what you're doing. Now's your chance to get some great advice and info from experienced ice anglers." Johnson says one of the most important things to learn is safety on the ice. "If you don't know the basics such as how to self-rescue or how to check the ice thickness, this clinic is a must," he said. "Knowing how to use an auger, a depth finder and the right kind of bait are all important of course, but none of those things are as important as safety." State Forest State Park will provide fishing gear, hot beverages and a place to fish. Attendees should bring warm clothing, a chair and a sack lunch. Anyone over the age of 16 must have a valid fishing license. The event is free however, participants must have a valid park pass. For more information about fishing in Colorado, visit the CPW website. Who: State Forest State Park What: Ice Fishing Clinic When: Saturday, March 16 Where: Meet at the Moose Visitor Lodge in State Forest State Park, 23 miles east of Walden Registration: 970-723-8366
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March 19, 2019

Get Hooked on Fly Tying 3 Part Course - 12:0 pm
This class meets at 6:30pm in our Frying Pan Lodge the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Tuesday of each month. This class is led by Bass Pro Shops associate Alan Reyes. You must make a reservation to take the class and can do so by calling 720-385-3600 and ask for the fly shop. The class is limited to 10 students, so make your reservations today. Students are responsible for providing their own tools and materials
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Get Hooked on Fly Tying 3 Part Course - 12:0 pm
This class meets at 6:30pm in our Frying Pan Lodge the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Tuesday of each month. This class is led by Bass Pro Shops associate Alan Reyes. You must make a reservation to take the class and can do so by calling 720-385-3600 and ask for the fly shop. The class is limited to 10 students, so make your reservations today. Students are responsible for providing their own tools and materials
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March 20, 2019

River News, Science & My Aching Back - 6:30 pm
Rocky Mountain Flycasters March meeting feature updates on recovery efforts in both the Big Thompson and Poudre watersheds, a scientific research report from CSU and a physical therapist with suggestions for avoiding the aches & pains of fishing. Guests include Shayna Jones, Executive Director of the Big Thompson Watershed Coalition, Jen Kovesces, Executive Director from the Coalition for the Poudre River Coalition Alex Townsend, the current Behnke Fellowship researcher from CSU and Sarah Baily, Physical Therapist, from Rocky Mountain Physical Therapy.
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Fly Fishing Film Tour - Boulder - 7:30 pm
Boulder Theater Mar 20, 2019 at 7:30 PM (MDT) Boulder, Colorado DISCOUNT TICKETS (NO FEES) AVAILABLE AT ROCKY MTN. ANGLERS FRONT RANGE ANGLERS SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL FLY SHOP!
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March 22, 2019

Fly Fishing Film Tour - Fort Collins - 7:30 pm
Lincoln Center Mar 22, 2019 at 7:30 PM (MDT) Fort Collins, Colorado DISCOUNT TICKETS (NO FEES) AVAILABLE AT ST. PETE'S FLY SHOP SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL FLY SHOP!
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March 23, 2019

Chick Clark Kids' Fishing Program - 8:0 am
The Chick Clark fishing program provides a special place for the youth of our community to catch fish, participate in fun outdoor activities during spring break, and have a place of their own to fish year round. This program is hosted by the City of Longmonts Open Space Division and the nonprofit Kids Fishing, Inc., with assistance from the Colorado Division of Wildlife. The program is funded through private donations by Longmont businesses and serviced by volunteers of the Chick Clark Kids Fishing Hosts Program. The Colorado Division of Wildlife will provide free rods and reels to youth who register early and who complete the free fishing clinic put on by Bennetts Tackle Shop of Berthoud. Children who are not preregistered still can participate in the fishing clinic and free fishing but cannot be guaranteed a free pole. Groups are welcome, but sign up early. The 15.7 acre pond at Izaak Walton Park is managed as a recreational fishery for the exclusive use of children 15 and younger. Adults are encouraged to help kids fish but must preserve the fishing just for children. Kids may use live bait and keep the fish they catch up to the state limit for each species.
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Scheels Fly Fest - 10:0 am
Saturday, March 23, 2019 at 10 AM – 5 PM MD Scheels (Johnstown, CO) 4755 Ronald Reagan Blvd, Johnstown, Colorado 80534 Come join us for a Spring Fly Fishing Festival! Learn new techniques from local fly tying experts, build your fly fishing network, save big on fly fishing gear, and enter for a chance to win great prizes! ***SEMINAR SCHEDULE*** 11:30AM - 12:30PM Wayne Carlson (SCHEELS Expert) - Intro to Fly Fishing. 1:00PM - 2:00PM Rick Takahashi - Midge Fly Fishing Seminar. 2:30 - 3:30PM Domingo Rodriguez - Euro Nymphing 101. 4:00PM - 5:00PM Dave Mosnik - Float Tube Fishing on Lakes: Trout and Warm Water. *Seminars will be in our Training Center located on the second floor near the fishing shop/second floor bathrooms (go in the west doors, turn right past the registers, go up the stairs and to the right). EXCLUSIVE DISCOUNTS We will be offering exclusive discounts on Fly Fishing gear during the event! REGISTER TO WIN CONTEST All attendees will have the opportunity to register to win great prizes! FLY TYER LINE UP: Chris Krueger David Mosnik Dennis Martin Graham Moran Gregg Knoll Jim Rose James Ushiyama Lauren Lehigh Phil Iwane Rick Takahashi Domingo Rodriguez Steve Maldonado Platte Rivers Veterans Fly Fishing SCHEELS FLY FEST Date: Saturday, March 23rd Time: 10AM - 5PM Location: SCHEELS Fly Fishing Shop (second floor). Cost: FREE Registration: None required. Ages: All ages welcome.
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March 24, 2019

DTU/Read All DTU Data Loggers in the DSP
Sun, Mar 24, 2019, 8:30 AM - 1:30 PM RESCHEDULED due to WinterStorm/Temperature from 3/3. Meet at Chatfield site, Blackrock Lake Parking lot next to the River and C-470, with wadders, coffee, gopro, fly rod for a day to connect with the river and read out our temperature and dissolved oxygen sensors. https://drive.google.com/open?id=15qQ1sxeNBM5j6lBkIFUBM9LLT6P0NU" target="blank">Detailed Read Schedule https://drive.google.com/open?id=12ujaap8pw8orj9XoCfqWFsOqIFo&usp=sharing" target="blank">.. Map of full drive to read all sensors. Make sure someone has the Onset shuttle. Lunch at Brothers or Denver Beer.

March 26, 2019

Elkhorn & Big Beaver Vise Squad - 6:0 pm
Vise Squad! A casual, semi-social gathering of thirsty fly tyers. Every 2nd and 4th Tuesday, 6PM at Big Beaver Brewery. No charge, but you will want to purchase a beer, and maybe even the Best Bratwurst. Bring your own stuff and tie what you want, or visit the Elkhorn website to order a convenient Vise Squad Sixpack
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Get Hooked on Fly Tying 3 Part Course - 12:0 pm
This class meets at 6:30pm in our Frying Pan Lodge the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Tuesday of each month. This class is led by Bass Pro Shops associate Alan Reyes. You must make a reservation to take the class and can do so by calling 720-385-3600 and ask for the fly shop. The class is limited to 10 students, so make your reservations today. Students are responsible for providing their own tools and materials.
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March 28, 2019

Duranglers Open Fly Tying Night Cohosted with 5 Ri - 6:0 pm
Grab your tying kit, a cold beverage, and come hang out with us at the shop to tie. Co-Hosted with 5 Rivers Trout Unlimited, this is a great time to hang out and tie flies with some cool people and meet local tiers. There is no charge for this event it is just a time to bounce ideas off one another, hang out, and get creative. Tools and materials are not provided, BYOV (vise or vice). Beginners are welcome to come and watch, ask questions, and talk fly tying. We do also provide separate beginner fly tying classes for those interested.
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Fly Fishing Film Tour - Aspen - 7:0 pm
Wheeler Opera House Mar 28, 2019 at 7:00 PM (MDT) Aspen, Colorado DISCOUNT TICKETS AVAILABLE AT Taylor Creek Fly Shop SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL FLY SHOP!
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March 29, 2019

Scheels Lowrance Seminar - 6:0 am
riday, March 29, 2019 at 6 PM – 8 PM MDT Scheels (Johnstown, CO) 4755 Ronald Reagan Blvd, Johnstown, Colorado 80534 Come learn how to get the most out of your Sonar/GPS Unit! The class will be led by Fishful Thinker guide and tournament angler, Dan Swanson and Fishing With Bernie pro, Bernie Keefe. Dan and Bernie are members of the Lowrance prostaff. The class will cover best practices of installation, interpreting the traditional sonar, downscan and sidescan displays, and GPS. Getting the Most Out of Your Sonar/GPS unit Date: Friday, March 29th Time: 6:00PM - 8:00PM Location: SCHEELS Training Center Cost: FREE Registration: None Required Ages: All ages welcome
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March 30, 2019

Fly Fishing Film Tour - Grand Junction - 7:0 pm
The Historic Avalon Theater Mar 30, 2019 at 7:00 PM (MDT) Grand Junction, Colorado Grand Valley Anglers Chapter of Trout Unlimited is proud to bring you the 2018 premier of the Fly Fishing Film Tour in Grand Junction, CO at The Historic Avalon Theater. The event will benefit Grand Valley Anglers Chapter of Trout Unlimited. We have tons of door-prizes, sweet silent auction items, and a great raffle with amazing prizes! Doors open at 6pm, Show starts at 7pm sharp - Tickets will be $16 in advance and $20 at the door. TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE ONLINE HERE OR LOCALLY IN ADVANCE AT WESTERN ANGLERS. For information please contact Ben Bloodworth at grandvalleyanglers319@gmail.com or 801/821-6240.
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Fly Fishing Film Tour - Montrose - 7:0 pm
Montrose Pavilion Mar 30, 2019 at 7:00 PM (MDT) Montrose, Colorado DISCOUNT TICKETS AVAILABLE AT RIGS FLY SHOP MONTROSE ANGLERS SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL FLY SHOP!
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March 31, 2019

Registration for Summer Teen Camp
Six days of instruction and hands on experience in fly fishing and river conservation July 29 - Aug 3, 2019. For teens 14-17. Registration begins March 1st. Sponsored by Rocky Mountain Flycasters Chapter of Trout Unlimited. Electro-fishing, Dry & Nymph Fishing, Fly Tying & Knots, Aquatic Insects, Habitat Snorkeling, Trout Anatomy & Behavior.
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April 4, 2019

Denver Angling Society - Fly Fishing Beyond Trout
Join Colorado Trout Unlimited's Denver Angling Society for a special lunch and presentation on the Mile High 25 with Davis James of Anglers All. The Mile High 25 fly fishing only tournament is a unique opportunity to utilize our public lands (and tax dollars) to the fullest. In this state-wide event, two person teams pool together their knowledge in a quest to catch-video-release - in two days of fishing - as many of the 25 eligible species as they can. Tournament angling is judged only on how many of the 25 species are caught size is relevant only to the identification of the fish. Davis, representing Anglers All Media & Route Co. Creative, will share highlight reels from previous years, go over versatile fly patterns for warm-water and cold-water species, and answer any questions you may have regarding the tournament. To cap off the multi-species conversation will be guest speaker & local fly-fisherman representing Nervous Water Flies. Speaking on the topic of carp & bass flies will be 2-time Mile High 25 competitor and local carp fly wizard, Daryl Angler. Daryl is extremely detailed in his approach to tying carp flies - you are sure to learn something new! Daryl possesses copious amounts of savvy fly-tying and fly-presentation advice for trout, carp & bass anglers alike. EVENT LOCATION Denver Athletic Club 1325 Glenarm Pl. Denver, CO 80202
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April 6, 2019

Fly Fishing Film Tour - Durango - 4:0 pm
Durango Arts Center Durango, Colorado 4PM - General Admission Sat, Apr 06 at 4:00 PM $18.00 8PM - General Admission Sat, Apr 06 at 8:00 PM $18.00 DISCOUNT TICKETS AVAILABLE AT DURANGLERS SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL FLY SHOP!
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April 9, 2019

Elkhorn & Big Beaver Vise Squad - 6:0 pm
Vise Squad! A casual, semi-social gathering of thirsty fly tyers. Every 2nd and 4th Tuesday, 6PM at Big Beaver Brewery. No charge, but you will want to purchase a beer, and maybe even the Best Bratwurst. Bring your own stuff and tie what you want, or visit the Elkhorn website to order a convenient Vise Squad Sixpack
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Get Hooked on Fly Tying 3 Part Course - 12:0 pm
This class meets at 6:30pm in our Frying Pan Lodge the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Tuesday of each month. This class is led by Bass Pro Shops associate Alan Reyes. You must make a reservation to take the class and can do so by calling 720-385-3600 and ask for the fly shop. The class is limited to 10 students, so make your reservations today. Students are responsible for providing their own tools and materials.
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April 10, 2019

RMF Board Meeting
RMF Board Meeting at 7:00 PM. Members are welcome to attend any board meeting. Check with a Board Member for the meeting location and/or agenda.
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April 12, 2019

RMF/Poudre River (Gateway Area) Fishing
Join host Mark Miller on the lower Poudre and on the North Fork of the Poudre at the Fort Collins Gateway Natural Area. There are some wonderful skittish browns in this area. Contact Mark Miller to join in this Friday fishing day.
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April 13, 2019

Scheels Fish Fest - 10:0 am
Saturday, April 13, 2019 at 10 AM – 5 PM MDT Scheels (Johnstown, CO) 4755 Ronald Reagan Blvd, Johnstown, Colorado 80534 Come join us for a Spring Fishing Festival! Learn new techniques from local fishing experts, build your fishing network, save big on fishing gear, and enter for a chance to win great prizes! ***SEMINAR SCHEDULE COMING SOON*** *Seminars will be in our Training Center located on the second floor near the fishing shop/second floor bathrooms (go in the west doors, turn right past the registers, go up the stairs and to the right). EXCLUSIVE DISCOUNTS We will be offering exclusive discounts on fishing gear during the event! REGISTER TO WIN CONTEST All attendees will have the opportunity to register to win great prizes! SCHEELS FISH FEST Date: Saturday, April 13th Time: 10AM - 5PM Location: SCHEELS Fishing Shop (second floor). All seminars will be in the SCHEELS Training Center. Cost: FREE Registration: None required. Ages: All ages welcome.
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April 16, 2019

Get Hooked on Fly Tying 3 Part Course - 12:0 pm
This class meets at 6:30pm in our Frying Pan Lodge the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Tuesday of each month. This class is led by Bass Pro Shops associate Alan Reyes. You must make a reservation to take the class and can do so by calling 720-385-3600 and ask for the fly shop. The class is limited to 10 students, so make your reservations today. Students are responsible for providing their own tools and materials
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April 20, 2019

2019 Annual Anglers All Clave - 9:0 am
We are celebrating 65 years in Littleton, Colorado and you’re invited! Save the date on Saturday April 20th, 2019 for the Anglers All Clave and 65th anniversary celebration. We’re also commemorating 50 years with our friends at Colorado Trout Unlimited. This is going to be one heck of a party, and you don’t want to miss it. There will be barbecue, beer, live music, fishing seminars, tying demos and raffles. We will be raising funds for a native trout restoration project in partnership with Colorado Trout Unlimited. Plus, we are proud to be hosting a premier screening of the film “Artifishal” presented by Patagonia! Date: Saturday April 20, 2019 Time: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Where: 5211 South Santa Fe Drive in Littleton
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CSU Evan Lefort Fishing Derby Tickets On Sale - 12:0 pm
Greeting fellow fish enthusiasts!! This is to inform everyone of this annual event in Fort Collins, Colorado. Colorado State University (CSU) American Fisheries Society (AFS) student chapter hosts the Evan Lefort Memorial Fishing Derby at CSU's College Lake!! Large pike, bass, and crappie have been angled here!! Important dates as follows. April 20th at 1200, tickets will be available for $30. April 27th from 0700 to 1200, fishing! Please let me know if you have questions, or contact the AFS president Sandra Hargraves at AFSCSU@gmail.com. Thanks! FS
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April 23, 2019

Elkhorn & Big Beaver Vise Squad - 6:0 pm
Vise Squad! A casual, semi-social gathering of thirsty fly tyers. Every 2nd and 4th Tuesday, 6PM at Big Beaver Brewery. No charge, but you will want to purchase a beer, and maybe even the Best Bratwurst. Bring your own stuff and tie what you want, or visit the Elkhorn website to order a convenient Vise Squad Sixpack
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Get Hooked on Fly Tying 3 Part Course - 12:0 pm
This class meets at 6:30pm in our Frying Pan Lodge the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Tuesday of each month. This class is led by Bass Pro Shops associate Alan Reyes. You must make a reservation to take the class and can do so by calling 720-385-3600 and ask for the fly shop. The class is limited to 10 students, so make your reservations today. Students are responsible for providing their own tools and materials.
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April 26, 2019

RMF/Annual 2019 CTU Rendezvous
Colorado TU is proud to announce that our Rendezvous will be returning to the historic Hotel Colorado in Glenwood Springs, CO for a three-day annual membership meeting and elections, special workshops. Join fellow TU members (new and old), outdoor professionals, guides, educators, and conservation groups for a weekend not to be missed
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April 27, 2019

RMF/Annual 2019 CTU Rendezvous
Colorado TU is proud to announce that our Rendezvous will be returning to the historic Hotel Colorado in Glenwood Springs, CO for a three-day annual membership meeting and elections, special workshops. Join fellow TU members (new and old), outdoor professionals, guides, educators, and conservation groups for a weekend not to be missed
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CWA/Cherry Creek 2019 Points Tournament#1
Daily Payout (50 Boat Field 2 day field) 1st place $1170.00 2nd place $765.00 3rd place $540.00 4th place $450.00 5th place $360.00 6th place $315.00 7th place $270.00 8th place $247.50 9th place $202.50 10th place $180.00 Additional Recognized Awards Big Fish 1st Place Youth Team Overall 1st Place Mixed Team Overall Top Team of the Year Award Entry Fee $225 Registration opens Jan. 15, 2019 For more information and to sign up go to www.cowalleye.com
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CSU Evan Lefort Fishing Derby - 7:0 am
Greeting fellow fish enthusiasts!! This is to inform everyone of this annual event in Fort Collins, Colorado. Colorado State University (CSU) American Fisheries Society (AFS) student chapter hosts the Evan Lefort Memorial Fishing Derby at CSU's College Lake!! Large pike, bass, and crappie have been angled here!! Important dates as follows. April 20th at 1200, tickets will be available for $30. April 27th from 0700 to 1200, fishing! Please let me know if you have questions, or contact the AFS president Sandra Hargraves at AFSCSU@gmail.com. Thanks! FS
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April 28, 2019

CWA/Cherry Creek 2019 Points Tournament#1
Daily Payout (50 Boat Field 2 day field) 1st place $1170.00 2nd place $765.00 3rd place $540.00 4th place $450.00 5th place $360.00 6th place $315.00 7th place $270.00 8th place $247.50 9th place $202.50 10th place $180.00 Additional Recognized Awards Big Fish 1st Place Youth Team Overall 1st Place Mixed Team Overall Top Team of the Year Award Entry Fee $225 Registration opens Jan. 15, 2019 For more information and to sign up go to www.cowalleye.com
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RMF/Annual 2019 CTU Rendezvous
Colorado TU is proud to announce that our Rendezvous will be returning to the historic Hotel Colorado in Glenwood Springs, CO for a three-day annual membership meeting and elections, special workshops. Join fellow TU members (new and old), outdoor professionals, guides, educators, and conservation groups for a weekend not to be missed
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May 4, 2019

Barr Lake Fishing Clinic - 8:0 am
Saturday, May 04: 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM Join experts for a morning of fishing tips and instructional workshops. Free kid-sized fishing rods for the first 100 kids to sign up. ​There are three kids workshops: 8AM, 9AM, and 10AM. You must RSVP to 303-659-6005 in advance to receive the equipment. We'll meet at the boat ramp Audience: All Ages Location: Boat ramp 13401 Picadilly Rd Brighton, CO 80603 Barr Lake Additional Information: Registration required ​Nature Center 303-659-6005 dnr_barrlake.naturecenter@state.co.us
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May 14, 2019

Elkhorn & Big Beaver Vise Squad - 6:0 pm
Vise Squad! A casual, semi-social gathering of thirsty fly tyers. Every 2nd and 4th Tuesday, 6PM at Big Beaver Brewery. No charge, but you will want to purchase a beer, and maybe even the Best Bratwurst. Bring your own stuff and tie what you want, or visit the Elkhorn website to order a convenient Vise Squad Sixpack
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May 18, 2019

CWA/Pueblo 2019 Points Tournament#2
Daily Payout (50 Boat Field 2 day field) 1st place $1170.00 2nd place $765.00 3rd place $540.00 4th place $450.00 5th place $360.00 6th place $315.00 7th place $270.00 8th place $247.50 9th place $202.50 10th place $180.00 Additional Recognized Awards Big Fish 1st Place Youth Team Overall 1st Place Mixed Team Overall Top Team of the Year Award Entry Fee $225 Registration opens Jan. 15, 2019 For more information and to sign up go to www.cowalleye.com
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May 19, 2019

CWA/Pueblo 2019 Points Tournament#2
Daily Payout (50 Boat Field 2 day field) 1st place $1170.00 2nd place $765.00 3rd place $540.00 4th place $450.00 5th place $360.00 6th place $315.00 7th place $270.00 8th place $247.50 9th place $202.50 10th place $180.00 Additional Recognized Awards Big Fish 1st Place Youth Team Overall 1st Place Mixed Team Overall Top Team of the Year Award Entry Fee $225 Registration opens Jan. 15, 2019 For more information and to sign up go to www.cowalleye.com
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May 23, 2019

RMF/Green River/Seedskadee or Wind River Fishing T
This Memorial Day weekend up into Wyoming should be amazing! The plan is to fish either the lower Green River below Fontanelle Dam in WY, (where we can fish the tailwater below the dam, and also float and fish parts of the Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge a few miles further downstream from the dam), or float the Wind River just upstream from Thermopolis. Both of these destinations are a 6 hour drive.The Green River at Fontanelle Dam would require camping, since it is pretty much in the middle of nowhere (translation = no crowds!) Please contact Mark Miller for this five-day trip
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May 24, 2019

RMF/Green River/Seedskadee or Wind River Fishing T
This Memorial Day weekend up into Wyoming should be amazing! The plan is to fish either the lower Green River below Fontanelle Dam in WY, (where we can fish the tailwater below the dam, and also float and fish parts of the Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge a few miles further downstream from the dam), or float the Wind River just upstream from Thermopolis. Both of these destinations are a 6 hour drive.The Green River at Fontanelle Dam would require camping, since it is pretty much in the middle of nowhere (translation = no crowds!) Please contact Mark Miller for this five-day trip
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May 25, 2019

RMF/Green River/Seedskadee or Wind River Fishing T
This Memorial Day weekend up into Wyoming should be amazing! The plan is to fish either the lower Green River below Fontanelle Dam in WY, (where we can fish the tailwater below the dam, and also float and fish parts of the Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge a few miles further downstream from the dam), or float the Wind River just upstream from Thermopolis. Both of these destinations are a 6 hour drive.The Green River at Fontanelle Dam would require camping, since it is pretty much in the middle of nowhere (translation = no crowds!) Please contact Mark Miller for this five-day trip
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May 26, 2019

RMF/Green River/Seedskadee or Wind River Fishing T
This Memorial Day weekend up into Wyoming should be amazing! The plan is to fish either the lower Green River below Fontanelle Dam in WY, (where we can fish the tailwater below the dam, and also float and fish parts of the Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge a few miles further downstream from the dam), or float the Wind River just upstream from Thermopolis. Both of these destinations are a 6 hour drive.The Green River at Fontanelle Dam would require camping, since it is pretty much in the middle of nowhere (translation = no crowds!) Please contact Mark Miller for this five-day trip
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May 27, 2019

RMF/Green River/Seedskadee or Wind River Fishing T
This Memorial Day weekend up into Wyoming should be amazing! The plan is to fish either the lower Green River below Fontanelle Dam in WY, (where we can fish the tailwater below the dam, and also float and fish parts of the Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge a few miles further downstream from the dam), or float the Wind River just upstream from Thermopolis. Both of these destinations are a 6 hour drive.The Green River at Fontanelle Dam would require camping, since it is pretty much in the middle of nowhere (translation = no crowds!) Please contact Mark Miller for this five-day trip
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May 28, 2019

Elkhorn & Big Beaver Vise Squad - 6:0 pm
Vise Squad! A casual, semi-social gathering of thirsty fly tyers. Every 2nd and 4th Tuesday, 6PM at Big Beaver Brewery. No charge, but you will want to purchase a beer, and maybe even the Best Bratwurst. Bring your own stuff and tie what you want, or visit the Elkhorn website to order a convenient Vise Squad Sixpack
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June 8, 2019

CWA/Jumbo Reservoir 2019 Points Tournament#3
Daily Payout (50 Boat Field 2 day field) 1st place $1170.00 2nd place $765.00 3rd place $540.00 4th place $450.00 5th place $360.00 6th place $315.00 7th place $270.00 8th place $247.50 9th place $202.50 10th place $180.00 Additional Recognized Awards Big Fish 1st Place Youth Team Overall 1st Place Mixed Team Overall Top Team of the Year Award Entry Fee $225 Registration opens Jan. 15, 2019 For more information and to sign up go to www.cowalleye.com
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June 9, 2019

CWA/Jumbo Reservoir 2019 Points Tournament#3
Daily Payout (50 Boat Field 2 day field) 1st place $1170.00 2nd place $765.00 3rd place $540.00 4th place $450.00 5th place $360.00 6th place $315.00 7th place $270.00 8th place $247.50 9th place $202.50 10th place $180.00 Additional Recognized Awards Big Fish 1st Place Youth Team Overall 1st Place Mixed Team Overall Top Team of the Year Award Entry Fee $225 Registration opens Jan. 15, 2019 For more information and to sign up go to www.cowalleye.com
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June 22, 2019

CWA/Sterling Reservoir 2019 Points Tournament#4
Daily Payout (50 Boat Field 2 day field) 1st place $1170.00 2nd place $765.00 3rd place $540.00 4th place $450.00 5th place $360.00 6th place $315.00 7th place $270.00 8th place $247.50 9th place $202.50 10th place $180.00 Additional Recognized Awards Big Fish 1st Place Youth Team Overall 1st Place Mixed Team Overall Top Team of the Year Award Entry Fee $225 Registration opens Jan. 15, 2019 For more information and to sign up go to www.cowalleye.com
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June 23, 2019

CWA/Sterling Reservoir 2019 Points Tournament#4
Daily Payout (50 Boat Field 2 day field) 1st place $1170.00 2nd place $765.00 3rd place $540.00 4th place $450.00 5th place $360.00 6th place $315.00 7th place $270.00 8th place $247.50 9th place $202.50 10th place $180.00 Additional Recognized Awards Big Fish 1st Place Youth Team Overall 1st Place Mixed Team Overall Top Team of the Year Award Entry Fee $225 Registration opens Jan. 15, 2019 For more information and to sign up go to www.cowalleye.com
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September 7, 2019

South Platte Pro-Am Carp Slam XIII & Afterparty
Slamateur Registration and Alternate Registration Join the Carp Slam Fundraising team, First 15 to donate $500 are in, next two are alternates. Highest Total WINS a fabulous custom designed Abel Reel!! Alternates get to tag along, get swag, meals, beer, and maybe even get to fish. (Usually one does.)
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