DENVER (AP) — To guide fishing trips for a year or two, that’s what brought Terry Gunn to the red canyons of northern Arizona. The chance to hike, raft and fly fish drew Wendy Hanvold, a retired ski bum, who took a job there waiting tables at an anglers lodge. She heard rumors of the intrepid fishing guide who had just returned from an Alaska trip, and one day when he came in approached his table to take his order.
“You fly fish, right?” she said. “I’ve always wanted to learn.”
It was a match made in Marble Canyon.
Since then, the couple opened an anglers shop,
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