Team Ramaco Wins Charity Fly Fishing Competition

Photo, left to right: Brayden Bastrup, Sean Santa, Ken Woodring (Courtesy photo)
Photo, left to right: Brayden Bastrup, Sean Santa, Ken Woodring (Courtesy photo)

Local youth angler Brayden Brastrup, his adult angler partner Ken Woodring, and guide Sean Santa took home first prize for the Ramaco Carbon team in Joey’s Fall Fly, a charity fly-fishing tournament held in the Big Horn Mountains.

The annual competition is organized by Joey’s Foundation, a Sheridan-based nonprofit that pairs young people with mentors and introduces them to fishing and the outdoors. Joey’s Fall Fly was first held in 2012, and helps provide scholarships for the community’s youth to build custom fly rods during the winter months.

The organization’s founder and Program Director, Joey Puettman, said that it has been great to see the willingness of a company like Ramaco Carbon to get personally involved with the kids from our foundation, doing something as simple as spending a warm fall day on the river fly fishing. We look forward to an ongoing relationship with this company and congrats to the Ramaco Carbon team for defending their title for a second straight year.

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