DENVER (AP) — That’s what brought Terry Gunn to the red canyons of northern Arizona to lead fishing trips for a year or two. The opportunity for hiking, rafting and fly-fishing attracted Wendy Hanvold, a retired skier who took a job waiting tables at the Fisherman’s Lodge there. She had heard rumors of a fearless fishing guide who had just returned from a trip to Alaska, and one day when he came in she went to his desk to take his order.

“You’re a flycatcher, aren’t you?” she said. “I always wanted to learn.”

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