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FLY-FISHING PRESENTATIONS, BOOK SIGNINGS AND OTHER EVENTS

Ron Belak is normally available to give presentations at chapter meetings of Trout Unlimited and other fly-fishing clubs in the Denver metro area from September through mid-May. In-person presentations will again start up in September 2021, with a slideshow entitled "800 High Lakes in Colorado:  Recommendations on Where to Fish." This presentation uses materials from his new book "The Fishing Guide to 800 High Lakes in Colorado." Ron also gives a limited number of presentations in other areas of Colorado. Topics available are: "Fly Fishing Colorado's Backcountry," "Strategies for Fishing High Lakes," "Photographing Fish," "Fishing the Backcountry of Argentina, Alaska and Colorado without Busting Your Butt," and "Fishing Alaska from a Coloradan's Perspective." Ron also gives presentations on wildlife and birds to Audubon and local camera and photography clubs. He has presentations on Tanzania, Ecuador/Galapagos, and Peru. He can be reached through the CONTACT page.

 

FOR ALL PRESENTATIONS, IT IS A GOOD IDEA TO BRING ALONG A MASK. YOU MAY NOT HAVE TO WEAR IT, BUT SOME OF THESE LOCATIONS ARE PUBLIC BUILDINGS OR SCHOOLS THAT MAY ENCOURAGE OR REQUIRE WEARING ONE.

  

 

Wednesday, November 3, 2021:  Ron will present the slideshow "800 High Lakes in Colorado: Recommendations on Where to Fish" to the West Denver Chapter of Trout Unlimited. They meet at the American Mountaineering Center at 710 10th Street in Golden at 6:30 PM. Ron's books will be available for purchase and signing. Checks and cash accepted. No credit cards, please.

 

Thursday, November 4, 2021:  In a depature from fishing, Ron will deliver a presentation entitled "Small Boat Cruises in Alaska, Hawaii and the Galapagos" to Evergreen Audubon. Small boat cruises typically consist of 15 to 60 individuals and tend to be more active, involving hiking, sea kayaking and snorkeling. Stuffy dinner attire of a suit and tie or a dress is replaced with shorts (in Hawaii and the Galapagos) and fleece (in Alaska). If you miss traveling, come and get your virtual fix. Evergreen Audubon meets at the Evergreen Christian Church, 2772 Iris Drive, Evergreen at 6:30 PM. Although most of the attendess will be birders, Ron will still sneek in a number of fish photos.

 

Wednesday, November 17, 2021:  If you missed Ron's presentation "800 High Lakes in Colorado: Recommendations on Where to Fish," you'll have one more chance to see it in 2021. Join the High Plains Drifters at 6 PM for this presentation at the Original Brooklyn's, 2644 West Colfax Ave. in Denver at 6PM. Ron's books will be available for purchase and signing. Checks and cash accepted. No credit cards, please.