Trip Lead: Duane Cook

Participants: 11 (7 participants & 4 volunteers)

Dates: September 13 – 17, 2020

Location: Leadville, CO. Elevation: 10,200 feet.

Lodging: Four (4) nights lodging in Leadville.

Fishing venues: We will be wade fishing small stream larger streams and a large river. Some of the wade fishing will be on public water and some will be on private leases.  Still-water fishing venues are on private water that can accommodate float tubes or pontoons.

We work had to offer a successful experience for participants of all fishing and physical abilities.
 

About:  Soldier Day was the initial multi-day trip put forth by PRVFF and carries that name because it was conducted at Camp Hale, the training grounds of the 10th Mountain Division before they deployed to the European Theater during WWII.  We still fish the headwaters of the Eagle River at Camp Hale and take a tour of the pictorial markers there.

Special Considerations: Leadville sits at 10,200 ft. in elevation and the majority of our fishing will be done at that altitude or a bit higher. Travelling to Leadville will entail going through the Eisenhower Tunnel that sits at 11,013 feet and over Fremont Pass that crests at 11,319 feet. It is essential that you are capable of functioning at that altitude. 

***This trip is sponsored by American mobile research***