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: 2011 Hosted Adventures

06-24-2010, 08:30 AM
We finally have some of our hosted trips scheduled for next winter/spring. We're going to some of our regular stops--Crooked and Acklins Island (Eleuthera too), but adding a new destination with Los Roques. (Pete is mostly responsible for my burning desire to visit LR-so many great reports!)

We have a great core group of guys that join us each year on these trips, but there is usually a few spots open for new guests.

If you can join us in 2011 on one of these hosted saltwater adventures, let us know.

I hope everyone has a great summer!


If you have any questions, or would like me to pencil you in, please let me know. Some spots have already been reserved for each location. Click here for more info on these destinations:


Los Roques, Venezuela (January 8-15, 2011)

Acklins Island, Bahamas DIY bonefishing (March 19-26, 2011)

Crooked Island, Bahamas (March 26-April 2, 2011)

Eleuthera, Bahamas (April 16-23, 2011)

12-23-2010, 09:27 AM
Here's an update on our hosted winter adventures. (and they can't come soon enough--it hasn't been above freezing here in Western NY for a while!)

Both our Crooked Island hosted trip and our Acklins Island hosted DIY trip have filled up, so I've added an additional week at each location. For more info on any of these trips, click here: http://www.ccoflyfishing.com/HOSTEDTRIPS2011.html

Los Roques, Venezuela (January 8-15, 2011)

*Acklins Island, Bahamas Hosted DIY (Full- 6 anglers) (March 19-26, 2011)
*Acklins Island, Bahamas Hosted DIY (3 spots) (March 26-April 2)

*Crooked Island, Bahamas (3 spots) (March 19--26, 2011)
*Crooked Island, Bahamas (Full- 8 anglers) (March 26-April 2, 2011)

*Catskills Trout Camp (May 29-June 1, 2011)
*Catskills Trout Camp (June 5-8, 2011)

*Baja, Mexico (July, 2011)

*Fernie, British Columbia (August 6-13, 2011)
*Fernie, British Columbia (August 13-20, 2011)

12-23-2010, 10:31 AM
Love this picture vince...


12-23-2010, 11:38 AM
Caught that on the west branch of the Delaware on a small BWO dry fly. Nick Pionessa took that photo.
It was a memorable evening!