Published Feb 26. 2014 - 6 years ago
Updated or edited Oct 26. 2018

Guide's Day Off

What happens when a bunch of your guide buddies get a day off together? You start the engine, that's what. Watch what goes down when 5 guides, an 11 year old grom, and a fish junkie join forces to hijack their local trout stream for a day. All I know is that if I wasn't lucky enough to call these guys my friends, I'd sure as hell be paying them to take me fishing.

FFO Guides:
John Muir
Hometown: Atlanta, GA
Years Fly Fishing: 16 years

Norm Raffelson
Hometown: East Moline, IL
Years Fly Fishing: 10 years

Mike Salomone
Hometown: Chillicothe, OH
Years Fly Fishing: Started in 1992. Guiding at FFO since 2001

Matt "Fletch" Fletcher
Hometown: Cameron, WI
Years Fly Fishing: 20 years

Bill Sutila
Hometown: Indiana, PA / Breckenridge, CO
Years Fly Fishing: 40+ years

11 year old Grom:
Max Oberley
Hometown: Eagle-Vail, CO
Years Fly Fishing: About a year

Fish Junkie:
Mike Tatro
Hometown: Crown Point, IN
Years Fly Fishing: 14 years

Fly Fishing Outfitters:
1060 West Beaver Creek Blvd.
Avon, CO 81620
(970) 476-FISH

Music by:
Pokey LaFarge and the South City Three - La La Blues
Ed Harris - It's Alright Now (LP Version)

@tatrofishfilms on Instragram
Martin Joergensen

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