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Letter: Thanks for fishing for a great cause

This weekend the Roaring Fork Valley hosted the 14th annual Cystic Fibrosis Redbone at Large Rocky Mountain Fly Fishing Celebrity Classic. This benefit tournament raises much needed funds for Cystic Fibrosis research. Many thanks to the generous participants and guides who donated their time and effort for this great cause. Guides included Jason Peltack, Nick Ferraro, Will Cardamone, Tim Robinson, Chris Kish, Kevin Sullivan, Mike Calcaterra, Willy Klein, Woody Boughton, Pete Mott, Matt Ippolitti, Will Sands, Gifford Maytham, Kevin Wildgen, Chase DeMeulenaere, Harry Portland, Rich Hastings, Brandon Soucie, and Ivan Perrin.

You guys are the best! Also thanks to Umpqua Feather Merchants, Fly Water Outdoors, Green Drake Outdoors, Mountain Sports Products, Simms Fishing, Riverside Grill, The Inn at Aspen, European Catering, Roaring Fork Conservancy, Tom Skutely, Frying Pan Anglers and Taylor Creek Fly Shops.

Tim Heng and Scott Spooner

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