Hello all it's Joseph Eichelberger Founder, President, and Professional Angler of Sacred Waters CO. If you follow me on Facebook or Instagram probably been wondering why I'm only posting 1 or 2 fish photos every few days of a carp or a bass from our local lakes. That's because I been working on this project the last three months, but as you know I still need my daily fishing fix. This project has been a learning experience to say the least due to the fact none of us involved are non-profit organizer, attorneys, or accountants, just a bunch of professional anglers, whitewater guides, fisheries/ranch managers, wranglers, and geologists. But now we are totally legal and ready to start operating starting earlier this past week.
I'd like to personally invite you to our organization that is only possible because of people like you. Sacred Waters will provide you with even more exclusive private access to our conservation waters of the East Fork Ranch on the East Fork of the San Juan, the Weber Ranches of the Upper San Juan that you probably fished with me over years and loved also while helping a great cause that will only make these fisheries even better than you've ever seen in the past. In addition a fabulous fishery of the Pic Bar Ranch on Pine/Los Pinos Tailwater you've never seen because it has never been guided by anyone ever in the past, I may have showed you photos some of the beautiful trophy wild trout we've caught there our the years, but now due to the formation of Sacred Waters and our Mission they have opened it up to a few select people like you.
I am sorry for such short notice darn legal governmental red tape takes some time but pretty sure the Fish Gods were in our favor as our waters have just became more fishable as of last week and will only get better daily. I'll be posting an updated Fishing Reports on Sacred Waters Blog to keep you posted on our local weather, water conditions, hatch activity, etc...
After much work from my board of directors and I, we are finally proud to announce the formation of Sacred Waters , a fisheries and headwaters conservation non profit based in Pagosa Springs, CO. Our focus at Sacred Waters is preventing the destruction of local fisheries, educating youth, and helping disabled veterans enjoy angling. We recognize the limited resource we have in our waters and strive to improve our local fisheries by working with landowners, anglers, guides, news media, and land management agencies.
Sacred Waters’ donors benefits include wade and float access to gold medal waters, educational seminars, field workshops, preferential lodging reservations, and backcountry experiences arranged by our staff. Donor benefits are dependent on your contribution level. Here’s a link summarizing the recommended donor levels and benefits available:
Sacred Waters donors provide local youth and disabled veterans with free educational fishing opportunities led by professional anglers and protection for critical fish habitat.
For more information on experiencing world class fishing opportunities while supporting rural youth and disabled veterans contact Sacred Waters through our “Contact Us” page or contact me directly. Thank you, we only have a limited amount of Donor Memberships available please feel free to contact us anytime.
Joseph Eichelberger, President of Sacred Waters
135 Country Center Dr F 166
Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
Our President Joseph Eichelberger, with 20 years of guiding experience and a long family heritage of responsible outdoorsmanship, brings a unique perspective to our blog as he promotes fishing conservation and education in Pagosa Springs, CO where he's lived since 2008.