ONGOING FLYATHLON CHALLENGES
FASTEST KNOWN FISH
Stouts and Trouts
HALL OF FAME
PHOTOS / VIDEOS
Made in Colorado...
This man loves beer...
Starting line tension...
Hang a right...
"Run, Fish, Beer: The Best Triathlon Ever?"- Trail Runner Magazine
Behind the rollicking good time of running, fishing and drinking beer lies a serious purpose. To make the world a better place for cutthroat trout and for accessing them.”
"Colorado's coolest new triathlon." -5280 Magazine
Indian Creek Volunteer Work Weekend
Terry honored for work protecting native trout in San Luis Valley
Trail Runner Magazine
Cutthroat Conservation in Colorado
We couldn't do what we do without our great conservation partners...
A generous grant from the CWCB helped us fund the construction of Trout Force One!!!
I mean, seriously, is Patagonia the greatest company on the planet or what?
Mineral County is a great place to get lost in. Suunto makes great watches to help you find yourself in Mineral County.
Get fueled up on Coda coffee and take your custom Rolling River Anglers fly rod out for a spin.
Kelly DiNatale appreciates whiskey more than about anyone we know... And Laws makes some damned fine whiskey!
Perennial beer sponsors Upslope and Elevation make some of the best craft beers in Colorado!
Both of these breweries are working with us on rare beers that will raise awareness about the native trout species in Colorado!
Colorado-based outdoor companies Voormi and Gene Taylor believe in investing in native trout!
Housed in beautiful South Fork, CO, these two sponsors know all that there is to know about where to go to get outside in the San Luis Valley...
If you find yourself in Crested Butte (which you should), Dragonfly Anglers will get you into fish. Buff will make sure you look good and don't get sunburned while you fish!
I thought Zack would appreciate being on with a tasty Tequila...
Gunnison, CO based companies that keep you hydrated while exploring.
After all, running is one of the disciplines of the Flyathlon...
Salsa and multi-tools! Almost as tasty as chips and salsa.
These Colorado Springs based restaurants travel to keep our Flyathletes well-fed in the woods.
For when that bear finally gets you, at least we'll know who you were.