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CMCTU

August Membership Meeting

Guide Phil Tereyla

Tuesday, August 26 @ 6:30 PM

Colorado is one of the premier fly fishing destinations in the United States.  As a full time fly fishing guide I am devoted to bringing enjoyment to anglers of all ages and skill levels.  Fly fishing guided trips and lessons are a great way to learn not only area water ways, but also to learn or fine tune one's fly fishing skills.  Fly fishing to many is more than just a hobby, but an addiction.  There is something about choosing the right flies, or sight fishing to a big fish that brings anglers back to the sport day after day.  Finding joy in fly fishing is not always about catching fish, but rather, enjoying the experience of being outdoors and placing yourself in a position to trick one of the world's great creatures.  That is what makes fly fishing addicting. Spending a sharing the passion and addiction with others is what drives me as a Colorado Fly Fishing Guide and Educator.  Find yourself on the water with me for a guided fly fishing trip or lesson, and you too, will find yourself addicted to chasing fish on the fly.

 
 
 
 
 

 

 

Fish in a Net

11th Annual Parent Youth Fly Fishing Day

CMCTU and the Catamount Center are proud to announce the 11th Annual Parent/Youth Fly Fishing School!  This years school will be held on Saturday, July 26th, 2014, at 8:00 AM.  Due to new and improved upgrades being put in at the Catamount Institute, this years school will be haled at the Catamount Center located at 3168 County Road 28, Woodland Park, CO. 80863.

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED DUE TO LACK OF SIGN UPS. PLEASE KEEP AN EYE OUT FOR MORE INFORMATION COMING SOON!!!!  

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Fish in a Net

Home of the last Greenbacks on the Planet

Just west of Colorado Springs, Bear Creek holds the only remaining population of greenback cutthroat trout (Metcalf 2012). As the highest priority site for conservation of the greenback, project partners have been working to better manage activities within this high-value watershed and minimize impacts to the fish and its habitat. Our goal is to ensure a thriving population of greenbacks in a watershed that will be resilient to changing climate conditions. One of the key issues in the watershed is sedimentation and its potential impact on stream conditions. An unpaved, gravel road adjacent to the stream is a known source of sediment. The Bear Creek Sediment Mitigation Project (Phase I) will restore in-stream fish habitat and concurrently begin to address the sources of sediment from the road system. Phase I of the project will accomplish these tasks:

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Cheyenne Mountain Chapter of Trout Unlimited

 

THE CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN CHAPTER OF TROUT UNLIMITED IS A NON PROFIT 501(C)(3) ORGANIZATION AND DONATIONS ARE TAX DEDUCTIBLE.  WE ARE REGISTERED WITH THE IRS UNDER FEIN NUMBER 52-1765550.  

 

WE ARE COMMITTED TO CONSERVING, PROTECTING, AND RESTORING COLORADO’S COLD WATER FISHERIES AND THEIR WATERSHEDS