Gary Thompson is going to be taking the chapter out for the 1st trip of the year. He’s been scouting the Arkansas River and is preparing a trip for the 1st of January. You can head over to his blog to see the […]
Another excellent item being auctioned off in our verbal auction is a lightly used Orvis PaceChanger bamboo rod. This rod has to be seen to be truly appreciated.
Once again Pat Dorsey is helping out the Cutthroat Chapter by donating a personally guided trip on the South Platte but this might change depending on the weather conditions. This trip is for two people.
We got flies, more flies than you can imagine. At last count we have 160 DOZEN flies to auction off. That’s right 160 DOZEN!!! and we expect it to grow by the time the auction rolls around. These aren’t just any flies either. These are flies tied by some of the best tiers in the State if […]
Beaverbuilt Fly Rods is donating a custom Backpacker Rod. This is a four piece rod that can be converted to a 4 or 5 weight depending on the fishing conditions. This rod is ideal for trips with varying water conditions.
BEAVERBUILT has been building Custom Fly Rods and Pack Rods for over 25 years […]
We got another auction item for you guys. A certificate to attend Colorado Skies Outfitters summer fishing school. You’ll spend one day in the “classroom” learning the basics of
Places to Fish
The second day will be spent on the South Platte River for some real hands on learning with your instructor. The […]
We got a really great trip for our auction visitors this year.
Alaska trip for one angler to Legend Lodge (250 miles southwest of Anchorage) for 6 days of fishing on Lake Iliamna. Fishing on the Copper and Gibraltar Rivers also available. June thru Sept. of 2011. If you bring a friend, Jack Johnson, the lodge […]
During the upcoming 2011 legislative session, Colorado Trout Unlimited is introducing a bill to create the Protect Our Rivers license plate. The donations generated from these plates will be used to help CTU and our local chapters protect, conserve and restore Colorado’s rivers and watersheds – the money will remain local, 100% will be allocated within Colorado.