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Old 06-16-2013, 02:52 PM
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Default Guide Positions in MT or CO?

Curious if anyone knows of or has any recommendations as to who may be looking for guides. I've guided for the past 10 years on and off, in Canada and the 'States. Looking to move on to either Montana, Colorado or possibly Oregon.
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Here is the webpage for Vail Resorts in Colorado. It operates a few fly fishing outfitters like Gore Creek Fly Fisherman and some that I can't think of.

Vail Resorts | Search Jobs

You could always contact Gore Creek Fly Fisherman.

Beaver Creek and Vail Fly Fishing Trips | Gore Creek Fly Fisherman

Good luck,

Dennis
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Default Re: Guide Positions in MT or CO?

You really, really don't want to work for anybody who is hiring right now. They are either terminally lazy about their business or are awful to work for and everybody they hired over the winter has already quit.

We look to hire new staff and add contract guides no later than early March, and every other shop/outfitter in MT is similar.
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