Cutthroat Anglers changes management |

Cutthroat Anglers changes management

Silverthorne fly shop Cutthroat Anglers recently announced two changes in management that will become effective Oct. 1 as a result of employee relocations.

Sean Dailey, who currently leads the shop’s guest services, will replace general manager Chris Hall, who is moving out of the county.

“We will certainly miss the many years of leadership that Chris brought to our operations,” owner Jim Buckler said. “However, under Chris’ guidance, Sean has quickly established himself as a key member of our staff who is prepared to assume senior management duties.”

Centralized responsibility for guide services will move to Mitch Melichar since operations manager Clint Rossell will also be departing.

“Clint is highly respected within the Colorado fly fishing community and beyond,” Buckler said.

– Daily News staff reports

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