Anyone have results?
I figured there would be a pool of stockers that would produce someone a big number on readily available dinks.sswan said:I volunteered as a controller and had a great time. I left for the Springs before the festivities ended, so I don't know the final tally. Silent_Light and his teamate had a good morning and a tough afternoon. Oyey and FlyGuy had a tough morning, but I didn't get a chance to talk to them in the evening. PescadoDiablo4 and his partner fished the a.m. beat right above me in the morning, and I saw them get one as soon as they hit the water.
One team in the a.m. had pool full of stockers in their beat and racked up over 240 inches. They'll probably be tough to beat.
The team I was paired up with in the afternoon had the worst beat (just above the Pueblo Ave bridge), but their morning beat had given them the best a.m. fish, a 20" rainbow. Hope it held for them.
Silent_Light said:Heres the finals :
Chris Galvan and John ( i forget) took First overall with 403" They had two beats where stockers go in, so a spank-a-thon was in order for them ( both top notch fishermen as well)
Theo Anest and Brandon Soucie took 2nd overall with 300+"
3rd place was the "Big Fish" winner which was Alex (FlyGuy) with a HOSS 21" bow.
My team had 2nd place at lunch but we had a rough beat in the afternoon. Probably because Theo and Brandon beat it up in the A.M
Caught 142" first beat and only one 17" on the second. Think we took 6th or 7th overall , all results will be posted sometime late this week.
The Pro teams for the most part didnt do to well, the river and overcast just didn't produce a very fishy day for everyone.
Has a BLAST no matter what !!
Your absolutely right, and the second place team was made up of Theo Anest and Brandon Soucie (winner of the Teva Mnt Games)... both are extremely accomplished guides and fishermen... So it was not just beats, but both teams did draw very well.Flyfishnfool said:Too bad it didn't run for two days...giving everyone 4 beats and water that was previously fished.....this would of evened it out.
Chris Galvan is a great competition fisherman. He has fished in at least two national championships, several Team USA qualifers, and the America's cup. A great fisherman on a decent beat is going to produce everytime.
Glad to hear it went well, everyone had a good time, and most important TU made some money that will go back into the river.
Come on Swanni, your showin your age! > > (good to meet you)sswan said: