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Colorado Snow Pack Update: March 2014

March 10, 2014
Author: Will Rice

It looks like we’re officially off to a good start here in Central Colorado from a snow level perspective. 

“The Natural Resources Conservation Service, an agency in the U.S. Department of Agriculture, says as of March 1, Colorado snow levels are 16 percent above normal.  The state should be in good shape even if the next few weeks do not bring as much snow as usual.” – Mike Lamp, Colorado Public Radio

Join The Trouts Team!

March 7, 2014
Author: Will Rice

Trouts Fly Fishing continues to grow and we're looking to expand our team.  We're looking for a Seasonal Full-Time Sales Associate to join our dynamic team of fly fishing subject matter experts. The Seasonal Full-Time Sales Associate position at Trouts Fly Fishing requires a passion for the fly fishing lifestyle and an outgoing personality that takes initiative, has integrity and is committed to world class customer service.

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Denver Trout Unlimited Member Meeting - March 4th

March 4, 2014
Author: Will Rice

Don’t forget to join the Denver Trout Unlimited meeting TONIGHT (March 4th) at the Skylark Lounge.  In addition to board elections (6-7pm), you will get information on what is happening on the South Platte River from a restoration and improvement perspective (general member meeting begins at 7pm).  This is a great way to meet and engage with other local anglers and if you want to help the South Platte River from a fishing perspective, Denver Trout Unlimited is the only game in town.

Great News For Bristol Bay

March 3, 2014
Author: Tucker Ladd

Here is some very exciting and positive news that just was announced by the EPA.  We're now one step closer to protecting Bristol Bay.  Bristol Bay is a one-of-a-kind natural resource and provides the spawning habitat for the world’s largest sockeye salmon, as well as rainbow trout, dolly varden, arctic grayling and four other species of pacific salmon.  Here is a brief excerpt from an Associated Press article that appeared in the Washington Post:

“The watershed produces nearly half the world’s wild sockeye salmon, a fish that is important for Alaska Natives in the region. McCarthy called the watershed one of most productive ecosystems on the planet. The announcement Friday follows release of an EPA report in January that found large-scale mining in the Bristol Bay watershed posed significant risk to salmon and could adversely affect Alaska Natives in the region, whose culture is built around salmon.” - the Washington Post

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Closed For Renovations February 17th-19th

February 15, 2014
Author: Will Rice

Trouts Fly Fishing has had a great run here at 1303 East 6th Avenue since 2007, but it is now time to make a few upgrades.  Trouts will be closed February 17, 18, and 19th for some shop improvements and renovations.  Please bear with us during this time as we feel that you will really enjoy the improvements we make here at the shop.  In the meantime, check out great gear and equipment on our online store. We'll be back open for business on Thursday February 20th at 10:00am.

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