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November 2019
Miracle Mile
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Social Fly Tying
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Board Meeting
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RMF Guest Night
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Sustaining Donors
Nov 13, 18-Nov 13, 19
$1000+ Cutthroat Donors

Cutthroat Donor Level: Art used with permission of Joseph Tomelleri.

In Memory of Linda Jefferies
Odell Brewing Co.

$500-$999 Rainbow Donors

Rainbow Trout Donor Level: Art used with permission of Joseph Tomelleri.

CMS Mechanical Services Inc.
Dennis Cook
Elkhorn Rod & Reel
Bob Green
Wil Huett
Jenna Merrit
Mark Miller
Colin Randall
Michael Ringus
Ted Sammond
St. Pete’s Fly Shop
The Nature Conservancy

$100-$499 Brown Donors

Brown Trout Donor Level: Art used with permission of Joseph Tomelleri.

Luke Beitel
Frank Bub
Frank Cada
Kent Christensen
Steve Craig
CSU Flyfishing Club
Matthew Doll
Domingo Duvall
Yang Qian & Edward McConnaughey
Greg Evans
Lee Evans
Handmade Art Co.
JAX Outdoors
Karl Kronberg
Kirk Madsen
David Morse
Domingo Rodriguez
Norma Stallsworth

$50-$99 Brook Donors

Brook Trout Donor Level: Art used with permission of Joseph Tomelleri.

Paul Hilbrecht
Jay’s Bistro
Guy Turenne

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Youth Outreach

Rocky Mountain Flycasters

Rocky Mountain Flycasters Chapter of Trout Unlimited (RMF) Youth Outreach programs provide outdoors experiences and classes to help youths become more aware of and connect with nature. Our programs introduce newcomers to fly fishing and help others to develop more advanced skills. This encourages them to better understand the need for coldwater conservation and about the Trout Unlimited mission “To conserve, protect, and restore Colorado’s watersheds and their trout fisheries.”

2018 Fly Fishing & Conservation Day Camp

2013cutfish Applications for the 2018 Day Camp are available. Detailed schedules and signup options for the July 30 - August 4 camp can be downloaded from our 2018 Day Camp page. We look forward to our 9th year of this exciting camp.
To get a bit of flavor of the camp, visit our picture gallery from the 2017 Day Camp and see the fun we had and topics we covered.

Water Fest Schedule

This will be RMF’s 7th year at local Water Festivals designed to create awareness and knowledge of water conservation for elementary school age youths. See more about how you can help.
April 25 in Greeley
May 2 in Loveland
May 16 in Fort Collins
2012 Water Fest Coach Teri

Trout in the Classroom

2013TICDannahower Students are raising trout! Trout roe arrive for students to hatch, raise through alevins, and up to a point where they can be released into the wild. See how they do it.

CSU Environmental Learning Center

The Flycasters has partnered with Colorado State University at the Environmental Learning Center on the Poudre River to introduce cold water conservation concepts to elementary and middle school participants. Topics include aquatic insects, fly tying, and survival skills.


RMF works with local scouts in earning a Fly Fishing Merit Badge.

Volunteer with Youth Outreach

There are many ways to help with youth, from one-on-one instruction, group instruction, to helping chair one of the programs. See our Youth Volunteer page for opportunities.
Poudre mentor
CTU Awards
Dennis Cook with Outstanding Volunteer Award and Outstanding Youth Program Award

Flycasters receive awards!

At the 2011 Annual Colorado Trout Unlimited Rendezvous in Redstone, Colorado, our chapter received two awards. The Colorado Outstanding Volunteer award was presented to Dennis Cook, Youth Outreach Chair for his many hours of dedicated volunteer work. A second award was presented to and received by Dennis Cook for Exemplary Youth Education Program. Both awards are very well deserved, Dennis.

The Rocky Mountain Flycasters’ 2018 River Conservation & Fly Fishing Youth Day Camp runs July 30 through August 4 and can use adult mentors for many of the sessions. Be sure to encourage young people you know to apply for participation. See the Camp page to obtain more information and the signup information soon. See the Camp Volunteer page for mentoring opportunities. Last year’s camp was a great success and we are looking for even more fun this year.

Ways You Can Help Youth Outreach Succeed:

  • Contact: Youth Information by E-mail
  • Bookmark the pages Youth Day Camp, Trout In the Classroom, Scouting, CTU Camp, Volunteer, and visit frequently for information and updates and please inquire to discuss your possible interests about volunteering or other involvement or about financial support.
  • Volunteer to participate in one, or more of the youth programs
  • Make a financial donation specifically for Youth Outreach
  • Volunteer to serve as a Grant writer and/or general fundraiser
  • Donate new or lightly used equipment or materials (Tax-deductible at fair market value, as allowable by law.)

Youth Outreach programs: Youth Day Camp, Trout In the Classroom, Scouting, and Colorado TU Youth Camp.

Last updated on 25 May, 2018