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Business file: Steamboat Flyfisher opens 2nd location in North Routt

Mike Lawrence

Steamboat Flyfisher, located at Fifth and Yampa streets, has opened a second location. The new store is in North Routt County at Steamboat Lake Outfitters, minutes from Steamboat Lake, Pearl Lake, Hahn's Peak Lake and the upper Elk River.

Owner Tim Kirkpatrick wrote in a store newsletter that the new location is open seven days a week and stocked with gear specific to North Routt fishing and camping. Call the store and Keith Hale at 970-819-1385. The store is scheduled to be open through September, Kirkpatrick wrote. Call the store's downtown Steamboat Springs location at 970-879-6552.

Chaos Headwear partners with Oregon camp

Steamboat Springs-based Chaos Headwear is making custom hats for this summer's visitors to Windells Camp as part of a new, six-year partnership with the sports training academy and camp in Oregon.

"This is just a great opportunity to help make it more fun for kids to get outside," Gary Supple, Chaos' U.S. director of sales, said in a news release.

The release called the partnership with Windells an example of Chaos' "extensive work with both recreational and competitive programs," including the Birds of Prey World Cup downhill, the Telemark World Cup, SOS Outreach, Mountain Dew Vertical Challenge and Big City Mountaineers.

Windells offers winter sports training on natural snow year-round.

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