Join the Boulder Flycasters Chapter of TU and Rep Your Water for a celebration! Part 4-year anniversary party for Rep Your Water, part benefit for a Boulder Creek improvement project by the Boulder Flycasters.  This is a gathering of river conservation enthusiasts not to be missed!

When:  This Saturday June 13th, 2015, 4:30-Sundown

 Where:  Rep Your Water Headquarters
@ the Erie Airport

               2546 S Main St Unit B
Erie, CO 80516

Cost:  Adults: $10.00 gets you in and food and beer while they last; $35.00 gets you in, food and beer while they last and a limited edition Bash 4 Boulder Creek hat.

Kids:  $5.00 gets you in and food while it lasts (no non-alcoholic beverages available).

Purchase tickets here!

Your ticket includes beer from Avery Brewing company, wings from The Post while supplies last, live music from Dusty Catfish and good company.  100% of the proceeds from this event, including the sales of the limited edition hat donated by Anthem Branding, go to the Boulder Flycasters’ Creek improvement project!




June 13th, 4:30pm to Sunset at Erie Airport

It is Rep Your Water’s 4 year anniversary and their throwing a party to benefit Boulder Flycaster’s efforts to restore and improve habitat on Boulder Creek!  See more at:

bash 4 boulder creek

Colorado College Fly-fishing Club

A note from Colorado College’s Fly-fishing Club; Please consider helping their efforts…

Dear Boulder Fly Casters,

We write to you as Colorado College students, avid anglers, and most importantly on behalf of theColorado College Fly Fishing Club as founding members. Our interest is to inquire whether your chapter can help support our club.

Surprisingly, upon our arrival at CC in fall 2010, there was no fly-fishing club on campus and anglers had a very minimal presence. In the spring of 2011, we founded the Colorado College fly-fishing club. The club was originally a place for anglers to come together and share their passion for the sport, but it soon transformed. Today, we strive to instill a sense of respect, humility, and stewardship in our members for our waters and fisheries. We aim to attract, educate, and unite Colorado College anglers, experienced and new, under the veil of our club to exchange knowledge and experiences around our love of fly-fishing.

This has come to be through various projects and events. We put on a successful film premier in collaboration with the Green Back of Denver, held multiple fly-tying clinics in conjunction with the Cheyenne Mountain Chapter of Trout Unlimited, as well as a handful of successful trips on the river, both fishing and service oriented. Some of our more experienced members and leaders of the club took home 1st and 3rd place at the CTU 5 Rivers Rendezvous tournament last year on the Yampa in Steamboat last year and two weekends ago we defended our title, but we want to do more! We are also in the process of running a crowd funding campaign through (you can find the link below) to allow us to create an endowment for our club, which is where we hope you can help. You’ll find the link to our crowd funding campaign below and would truly appreciate it if you can pass the link and our note on to members of your chapter. We’re more than halfway there and have 10 days to meet our goal!

Through this, we can make our plans for the coming year a reality! We hope to work with CTU, Project Healing Waters, and most importantly, get new anglers on the river! We strive to be a club known for its eagerness to give back, to educate, and attract new addicts to the sport. We hope you can help!

Tight Lines,

Brooks Pinnick, Kevin Coleman, and Sawyer Connelly

Founding Members, Colorado College Fly Fishing Club

Please find link to crowd funding here:


Bad public lands transfer study bill in CO Senate

On Thursday, the Colorado Senate Agriculture and and Natural Resources Committee will have a hearing at 1:30 in the afternoon regarding SB 232. This bill intends to study the transfer of federal lands to the State of Colorado. This is a cookie cutter concept being pushed across the west that would rather see the lands open for exploitation and have much less scrutiny over any potential development activities. The net would be less access (see CO State Land Board Land where only 18% are open to the public and CPW uses sportsmen’s dollars to lease many other state lands. The dollars could be better used for habitat improvement and additional access) and more development on these lands. Further, the State simply does not have anywhere near the funds to manage Colorado’s 24 million acres of public lands. Please consider joining other TU members, other sportsmen and women, and public lands users to “pack the house” at Thursday’s hearing. Contact: Aaron Kindle at Trout Unlimited 303-868-2859[email protected] for more information / meeting with others Thursday.


News on Eldora Expansion via Middle Boulder Creek Coalition

Below is a message from the Middle Boulder Creek Coalition. The proposed Eldora Ski expansion will likely have an effect on Middle Boulder Creek – Please consider signing on / helping our with the Coalition’s efforts…


The Forest service has issued its Draft Record of Decision on Eldora Mountain Resort’s expansion plan and approved everything that Eldora asked for, but the process is not yet complete.

If you made comments last year to the Forest Service concerning Eldora’s plan to expand to Middle Boulder Creek to the north and Jenny Creek to the south, or if you commented during the Scoping Period in 2012, then you have legal standing to file an objection with the Forest Service.


You can file on your own (see sample letter)
or co-sign the objection
that the Middle Boulder Creek Coalition is filing.
You have until May 4 to file on your own.


to help pay our environmental consultant who is preparing the formal objection. We may have legal fees as well.

Go to
to donate
or find out how to object to the Forest Service’s decision.



of support to the
Boulder County Commissioners who share some of our concerns
about Eldora’s expansion plans:
  • Impacts to the Middle Boulder Creek Drainage and visitors to the Indian Peaks Wilderness
  • No need for the bridge across the creek
  • Non-existent wind study
  • Lack of alternatives to the proposed expansion
  • Lack of consideration of County land use plans.
Boulder County has considerable leverage in the issue, since Eldora has a Special Use Permit with the County, and would likely need County approval for several key elements in the expansion proposal. Go to
for a sample letter to the Boulder County Commissioners.

To sign a petition and for more ways to help, visit

Thanks for all you’ve done to stop this unnecessary expansion.