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Temple Fork Outfitters Combo Casting Pond

A few years back, Sandi and husband, Clay, started fishing in several bass tournaments, as a team. Two years ago, the television show, Lunkerville, came to Colorado, and filmed its very first fly-fishing program, “A Lunker Runs Thru it”, with Sandi and Clay.

 A fly-fishing guide for the Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs and fly-fishing instructor, Sandi is a member of Fountain Valley Bass Club, where she has served on the tournament committee and is currently the Conservation Director. Last winter, she was the Emcee for Tightline Outdoors Ice Addiction Tournament series. Sandi has won several fly-casting competitions in both accuracy and distance. In 2009, she won a trip to Belize by casting the farthest distance in ISE's Best-of-the-West Fly Casting Distance Championship.

Clay cut his fly-casting teeth on bluegill and bass with his fiberglass Garcia fly rod (still has it). Much practice later, Clay burst on to the national casting scene, winning a prestigious casting competition at the Fly-Fishing Retailer World Expo. He donated $22,000 in winnings to a conservation organization. Clay has since gone on to be a casting instructor and competition caster/angler. He's appeared on ESPN's Fly Fishing Challenge, Lunkerville, and Fly Rod Chronicles. Of late Clay has mastered conventional gear fishing.

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International Sportsmen's Expo

Few individuals are qualified to not just cast conventional and fly rods, but win tournaments and contests doing so. A much smaller number of couples can put such a resume on the table.

Clay and Sandi Roberts can. The Colorado-based couple has been part of the ISE show for many years--both having won ISE's prestigious Best-of-the-West Distance and Accuracy Casting Contest.

ISE now welcomes Clay and Sandi to our staff of professional instructors. We thank Temple Fork Outfitters (TFO) for supporting another free ISE feature at which show-goers can try gear, watch and learn from the experts, all as part of show admission!