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March Chapter Meeting – Warm Water Fly Fishing

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March Chapter Meeting – Warm Water Fly Fishing

March 21 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm

TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 7PM (DOORS OPEN AT 6:30)

SOUTH METRO DENVER REALTOR ASSOC. BUILDING (BROADWAY & MINERAL)

7899 S LINCOLN CT, LITTLETON, CO 80122

Program 1 (20 min): Brian Avila, Colorado State University Ph.D Student (Recipient of CCTU’s Steve Bailey Memorial Research Fellowship) – Survival of Rainbow Trout Fry in the Wild:  A Comparison of Two Whirling Disease Resistant Strains

Brian Avila is a Ph.D student in Fisheries Biology at the Warner School of Natural Resources at CSU and part of the Colorado Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit.  He is also the 2016/17 recipient of CCTU’s Steve Bailey Memorial Scholarship.  Brian is a native Coloradoan and an avid fly fisherman.  After earning an undergraduate physics degree at CSU he found himself working for Colorado Parks and Wildlife.  He was using his electronics background to help a Ph.D. candidate tagging fish with transponders.  The work was so fascinating, he decided to earn a Master’s degree in fish biology, and is currently working toward his Ph.D.  Brian will make a presentation of his Master’s thesis, “Survival of Rainbow Trout Fry in the Wild: A Comparison of Two Whirling Disease Resistant Strains”.

Program 2 (35 min): Chris Barry, Orvis Park Meadows, Warm-water Fly Fishing in the south Denver Metro area

Former Orvis store manager/fishing manager/endorsed guide and current Orvis Park Meadows staffer Chris Barry will be offering his best techniques, tips, and specific locations for hot local warm water fisheries.  Find out how/where/when for targeting smallmouth and largemouth bass, bluegills, carp, and more on multiple local warm water fisheries on the south side of town.  Chris knows these waters better than anyone and as always, he is ridiculously generous in sharing his knowledge and locations.

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Date:
March 21
Time:
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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