US Youth Fly Fishing Team Adds 3 Anglers to Roster; Holding Practice in Bozeman, Montana

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For more information contact:

Tucker Horne– Team Manager– USYFFT

John Ford – President- USYFFT

US Youth Fly Fishing Team Adds 3 Anglers to Roster; Holding Practice in Bozeman, Montana

Head Coach Kalvin Kaloz, in coordination with the regional coaches and team managers has added 3 anglers to the 2021 US Youth Fly Fishing Team Roster. 3 Anglers from 3 different states will now be a part of the 2021 squad.

The anglers added are:

Drew Bone of Bernalillo, New Mexico

Max Logan of Boulder, Colorado

Henry Wagy of Phoenix, Arizona

These additions come just before the team hosts a practice in Bozeman, Montana July 28-31.

“Adding these young anglers comes at a good time to help grow the team,” said Kaloz. Interest after the pandemic has been outstanding, and getting young anglers some time on the water with veterans of the team with international experience will be critical for the success in the future. When this year’s World Championship in Bosnia was cancelled, we wanted to make sure the team had one last chance to get together, and that some of our younger anglers could spend some time on the water with the more experienced team members, The Bozeman practice will do just that.

The team practice will be held in Bozeman Montana July 28-31. Contact Tucker Horne, 704-904-6646 to schedule media availability during those dates.

About the US Youth Fly Fishing Team:

The United States Youth Fly Fishing Team, Inc. is dedicated to the development of a distinguished and skilled fly-fishing team that proudly represents the United States in FIPS-Mouche sanctioned international championships each year.

Just as important as the fishing, is the camaraderie and the cross-cultural connections that are made through the events. Team members are also involved in a number of other areas of fly fishing such as guiding, offering fly fishing tying clinics, participating in watershed preservation projects, and promoting environmental stewardship.

For more information about the US Youth Fly Fishing Team, visit

About USAngling:

USAngling, a 501c3 charitable organization, provides leadership for USA National Fishing Teams as they compete worldwide, shares our love of competitive angling by engaging America’s youth, supports conservation actions, and interacts with the community.

USAngling is the sole U.S. representative to the Confederation International de la Peche Sportive (CIPS), the world sport fishing governing body as recognized by SportAccord. CIPS has 115 member nations representing over 50 Million competitive anglers in freshwater, fly, and saltwater fishing. USAngling has the privilege of representing all of these United States fishing sports teams. Currently, there are 13 freshwater sports, four fly fishing sports, 17 saltwater sports, and one casting sport.

USAngling’s mission centers around three principles:

Competition: Develop Sport Fishing teams to compete in the amateur world championship events.  Serve as host to the world and national championships and national qualifying events.

Conservation: Promote environmental stewardship, catch and release angling, responsible harvest initiatives, and natural resource management.

Community: Enrich local communities economically and socially by conducting fishing events, educating local fishing clubs, and executing regional outdoor initiatives.

For more information on USAngling, visit

Max Logan
Drew Bone
Henry Wagy