Attention All One Buggers:

Thanks to all of you that attended and contributed to our most successful One Bug™ to date. Though conditions were beyond tough with near flood levels days before the event, you all rallied and carried on the tradition and spirit of the One Bug™, with some of you actually catching some really nice fish!

I couldn’t be happier with the enthusiasm and understanding that was displayed by all of you through the event and I am so lucky to call many of you my friends. I feel it’s safe to say that the Delaware River System has a much better chance of surviving and improving due to all your efforts and support, and for that FUDR thanks you all.

We put a lot of time and effort into the One Bug™ because you deserve a special weekend for all you do to help FUDR throughout the year. Due to your continued interest and support for our area we are making a true positive difference, and if we lost the support of any one of you, I’m sure we would slip back a step.

I look forward to working with you all the rest of the year and always look forward to your questions and thoughts.
Please enjoy Dennis Cabarle’s (password:FUDR@2011) great photos capturing the ongoing spirit and optimism that the One Bug™ 2011 has provided us again with this year, there are certainly no shortage of smiles in Mr. Cabarle’s photos!

All the best,
Your friend,

One Bug 2011 Results:

1st Place: The Bannack Boys – Tim Foster, Art Bartholomew
2nd Place: Lords of the Delaware – Ken O’Connor, Steve Mongiardo, Bob Rodeheaver
3rd Place (Tie): Team Eagles – Pete Bousum, John Bousum and Team Landstudies – Mark Gutshall, Dennis Auker

Top Guide: Bruce Miller
2nd Place Guide*: Steve Taggart
3rd Place Guide*: John Endreson
*2nd & 3rd Place Guides were not announced at the event in error – both will receive trophies
1st Annual Squirrel Award: Colin Archer

1st Place: Art Bartholomew
2nd Place: Tim Foster
3rd Place: John Bousum

Biggest Fish:
Tim Foster – 22″ Brown Trout

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