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Trouts APB: Be On the Lookout For This Fly Fishing Gear

May 24, 2013
Author: Will Rice

Trouts APB: Be On the Lookout For this Fly Fishing Gear

Trout’s Contingent: one of our good friends and customer here at the shop just had his car broken into.  The following list of fly fishing gear was stolen.  We ask if that if you come across any of this equipment for sale (online, in a pawn shop, etc) please give our pal a call at 303.918.4190.

To whoever stole this gear: you suck.  May you have terrible fishing karma for the rest of your miserable life.  If you by chance read this and decide to mend your ways you can call the aforementioned number and let our buddy know where he can pick up his gear. 

Here is the list:

•         Large Gregory Pack (Green / Black) – Interior Access through Center Front Compartment (10 years old)
•         Orvis 5-weight 9’ Clearwater Fly Rod (4 piece) – Green (very new)
•         Orvis Reel (Yellow Line Backing) – I think it is an Access Mid Arbor (not 100% on that) – Chrome Finish (pretty new / a little wear & tear)
•         Simms Headwaters Wading Boots (Rubber Soles) – Size 12 (3 years old)
•         Patagonia Gunnison Wading Pant (Large) – Grey (very new)
•         Orvis Vest with Magnetic Net (Net was also taken)
•         Sage Large Waist Pack – Green (brand new)
•         Miscellaneous Cases, Gear and Lanyard.

Thanks in advance for your vigilance and help. 

- Trouts Fly Fishing

Posted in Industry News |   4 Comments


#1. Posted by Graham Moran on May 24, 2013

Sorry to hear about this. When I get back into town I will keep my eyes out of any of this stuff.

#2. Posted by Howard Levett on May 24, 2013

Really sorry to hear this. I’ve posted this on my Facebook page and will keep my eyes open.

#3. Posted by Will Rice on May 24, 2013

Thanks Graham and Howard.  Thanks to everyone else who had kinds words to share and for keeping an eye out.

#4. Posted by Jarrod Biggs on May 24, 2013

Where did it happen? We have had some break-ins here in Boulder recently. Luckily we didn’t have stuff in our car tuesday.

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