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PostPosted: Mon Mar 19, 2012 7:37 am 
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WEDNESDAY, March 21, 2012
EVERGREEN BEAU JO’S (Downtown Evergreen, 303-674-2744)
DINNER AT 6:30 PM, CHAPTER BUSINESS AT 7:00 PM
FREE PRESENTATION AT 7:15 PM
http://www.evergreentrout.org

GREG FELT TO SPEAK ON SPRING FISHING ON THE ARKANSAS RIVER


On Wednesday, March 21 at 7PM, Greg Felt of ArkAnglers Fly Shop will speak on spring fishing on the Arkansas River. The presentation will take place at Beau Jo’s Pizzeria in downtown Evergreen, and is preceded by a short business meeting at 6:30 PM.

Greg Felt has guided both float-fishing and whitewater trips on the Arkansas River since 1985. As partner and guide service manager for ArkAnglers, he oversees one of the largest guide services in the state and spends considerable time communicating with the angling public regarding issues on the Arkansas. In addition to his occupation, Greg is involved with local and state natural resource issues, serving on the boards of the Upper Arkansas Water Conservancy District, the Office of Outfitter Registration, and the Colorado division of the Trust for Public Lands. Greg has spoken at our ETU meetings in the past, and these presentations have been well attended. Please join us early in order to get a good seat, have a little dinner, and perhaps share a drink with fellow members.

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 17, 2012 11:42 am 
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WEDNESDAY, April 18, 2012
EVERGREEN BEAU JO’S (Downtown Evergreen, 303-674-2744)
DINNER AT 6:30 PM, CHAPTER BUSINESS AT 7:00 PM
FREE PRESENTATION AT 7:15 PM
http://www.evergreentrout.org

DUANE REDFORD WILL ADDRESS ENVIRONMENTAL DAMAGE ON THE SOUTH PLATTE RIVER NEAR DECKERS AT APRIL 18 MEETING

Duane Redford will address the ETU Chapter on Wednesday, April 18 at 7PM at Beau Jo’s Pizzeria in Evergreen.

Duane Redford, a professional fly fishing guide, spends the majority of his days guiding on the South Platte River below Deckers, Colorado. This stretch of river can be difficult to guide because of the constant changes in river conditions. These conditions include high angling and recreation pressure to undesirable water clarity due to the erosion of several feeder creeks.
Since the Hayman Fire nearly ten years ago, the South Platte River has battled several obstacles in its recovery. One large obstacle has been the persistent erosion of Horse Creek into the South Platte. Duane is very passionate about the health of the river, and has prepared a presentation to help bring this issue forward. When he’s not guiding, Duane spends his time teaching fly fishing classes, and recently published his first book on fly fishing. When he’s not teaching, writing or guiding, you’ll find him on the river. To order Duane’s book visit
http://www.FlyfishersPlaybook.com.

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 14, 2012 8:21 am 
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Great presentation tonight at Evergreen Trout Unlimited 11/14/12.

FLYFISHING THE BACKCOUNTRY: An Alternative to Tailwaters.

http://evergreentrout.org/calendar/RonBelakNov2012.pdf

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 18, 2013 5:57 pm 
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Evergreen Trout Unlimited Monthly Program
WEDNESDAY, March, 20 2013
EVERGREEN BEAU JO’S (Downtown Evergreen, 303-674-2744)
DINNER AT 6:30 PM, CHAPTER BUSINESS AT 7:00 PM
PRESENTATION AT 7:15 PM

“Streamer Techniques in Colorado and Beyond”
By Reid Baker, Guide Manager for Freestone Outfitters in Littleton

Reid will deliver a presentation on "Streamer Techniques in Colorado and Beyond." The idea: big flies, big grabs and big fish. If you've only thought streamer fishing involved cast and strip, you'll benefit from Reid's informative presentation that works on almost any fish, anywhere.
Growing up on the trout and steelhead waters of Oregon, many of Reid's earliest memories revolve around fly fishing trips with his father. Since becoming a professional guide, he has come to understand how much he truly lives to watch his infectious excitement for the sport rub off on others. When not guiding, he travels the world, fly rod in hand, constantly amazed by the remarkable people and places fishing has shown him.
Freestone Outfitters is Denver’s Orvis Endorsed Fly Fishing Guide Service, specializing in trophy public and private water on the South Platte and Colorado rivers. Freestone also works with Yellow Dog Fly Fishing Adventures on worldwide angling opportunities.
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http://evergreentrout.org/calendar/ReidBakerflyer.pdf

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 18, 2013 8:11 pm 
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Thanks PF, added to the Calendar!

(P.S. He's cute - I'd be there if I didn't have a 285 Tourism meeting to attend!). :wink:

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 17, 2013 6:01 am 
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Monthly Program
WEDNESDAY, April, 17 2013
EVERGREEN BEAU JO’S (Downtown Evergreen, 303-674-2744)
DINNER AT 6:30 PM, CHAPTER BUSINESS AT 7:00 PM
PRESENTATION AT 7:15 PM
http://www.evergreentrout.org
“Beyond Season’s End:
A Path Forward for Colorado Fish and Wildlife in the Era of Climate Change”

By Nichols Payne, Field Representative, Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership

Nicholas Payne, Colorado Field Representative for TRCP, will deliver a presentation entitled “Beyond Season’s End: A Path Forward for Colorado Fish and Wildlife in the Era of Climate Change.” Mr. Payne graduated from the University of Minnesota with a B.S. in fisheries, wildlife and conservation biology. He has done field biology on Indiana bats, sampled white-tailed deer for chronic wasting disease, and surveyed small mammals in Minnesota.
Inspired by the legacy of Theodore Roosevelt, the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership (TRCP) is a coalition of organizations and grassroots partners working together to guarantee you a place to hunt and fish. Trout Unlimited is one of TRCP’s partners. TRCP’s staff is composed of policy experts, biologists and field representatives. Issues that TRCP concentrates on include conservation funding, energy development, public land management and access, agricultural production, clean water, marine fisheries and climate change.
http://evergreentrout.org/calendar/Payne-flyer.pdf

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PostPosted: Tue May 07, 2013 6:00 pm 
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WEDNESDAY, May 15, 2013
AT BUCHANAN PONDS! DIFFERENT TIME AND LOCATION!
PICNIC, PRESENTATION AND FISHING STARTING AT 6PM
Casting with Dan Wright
Double Hauling, Spey Casting and More

Join us for a fun evening learning the basic cast as well as intermediate and advanced casting techniques with Dan Wright from The Blue Quill Angler. Dan is the Guide Coordinator and Director of Fly Fishing Schools. He is an International Federation of Fly Fishers Master Certified Instructor and Certified Two Hand (Spey) Casting Instructor. Dan has many years of experience teaching casting of all types as well as instructing all aspects of fly fishing.
We will meet at Buchanan Ponds, adjacent to Buchanan Recreation Center in Bergen Park. ETU will supply sandwiches, chips, lemonade and water. Bring any other food you care to enjoy. In addition to Dan’s casting instruction you will be able to fish the ponds, which hold some great trout.

http://evergreentrout.org/calendar/DanWrightFlyerMay2013.pdf

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 19, 2013 6:30 pm 
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WEDNESDAY, August 21, 2013
EVERGREEN BEAU JO’S (Downtown Evergreen, 303-674-2744)
DINNER AT 6:30 PM, CHAPTER BUSINESS AT 7:00 PM
PRESENTATION AT 7:15 PM
http://www.evergreentrout.org


The Fly Fisher’s Playbook, A Systematic Approach to Nymphing (With Duane Redford, Professional Guide)

-- Learn to set-up a nymph rig that can be micro-managed for quick concise adjustments
-- Put more fish in the net as you “scout” yourself and your strengths, while working on your weaknesses
-- Realize what gear is best for you as you nymph fly fish
-- Employ strategies on how to read the river and fish, and how to breakdown these defenses
-- Examine the elements, stages, and intricacies of the fly fishing nymph drift
-- Study how to purposefully set the hook
-- Learn the physics of a fly rod, and how to use this information to become accomplished at fly casting and landing fish
-- Become more proficient at identifying insects, their stages, and why fish eat as they do
-- Develop a personal playbook to become the best nymph fly fisher you can

And much more!

See the event flyer below
https://www.google.com/url?q=http%3A%2F%2Fevergreentrout.org%2Fcalendar%2FDuaneRedfordAug2013.pdf&ust=1376965326136000&usg=AFQjCNHBLIThGxS2uQGpiZFeLCnClQ2oDQ

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