TEAM USA Youth defends the America Cup


The America Cup – Vail, CO – September 9-14, 2014

A world class tournament open to all teams and nations

US Youth Fly Fishing Team

Hunter Hoeffler
Cam Chioffi
Hunter Enloe
Mason Simms
Andrew Brown

Team USA Youth is headed to Vail, CO to defend the cup won last year at this world class tourney.  Downloaded from the website for the event is this list of venues:

2014 Competition Venues

Dillon Reservoir is an excellent big water loch style venue. Staging will be parking lot near Dillon Marina. Completed in December 1963, Dillon Reservoir is the largest water storage facility in the Denver Water system. Dillon Reservoir’s surface area of 3,233 acres and 26.8 miles of shoreline support many recreational activities.
Sylvan Lake State Park is a high alpine mountain loch style venue. Sylvan provides serenity in an alpine park perfect for daydreaming. Non-motorized boating and non-electrical camping offer the opportunity for quiet recreation at this gateway to the White River National Forest and the Holy Cross Wilderness. Sylvan Lake State Park
Colorado River hosted at the Colorado River Ranch is a classic wide open river venue. The Upper Colorado below Gore Canyon meanders through the spectacular Canyon Country offering not only outstanding fishing, but also an unforgettable setting. The only thing that rivals the beauty of these canyons are the trout you will encounter.
Eagle River (Edwards-Wolcott) The Eagle River is an excellent freestone river with prolific hatches. It flows from high above Camp Hale south of Redcliff to its confluence with the Colorado River in Dotsero. It is most famous for the prolific Caddis hatches that come off in the spring and early summer. The Eagle is noted for its excellent dry fly fishing for wild brown and rainbow trout. Thank you to Minturn Anglers for access to this privcate water. The America Cup International Fly Fishing Tournament
Blue River is all about pools and deep holes river venue. It can be fly fished from the Dillon Reservoir dam downstream to Kremmling, although about 90% of the public access is found between Dillon and Green Mountain Reservoirs. Colorado Highway 9 runs parallel to the river.