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The Angler's Covey Team

Our staff is one of the best in the country. Each member has his or her own unique passion for the sport of fly fishing, built from years of adventures on the water, and we would like nothing better than to help you make the most of your own fly fishing adventure. 

David Leinweber is the proud owner, manager, buyer, janitor, and general help around the shop.  David has been in the outdoor industry for over 35 years and has spent all of his life pursuing backcountry adventures.  His preferred method of angling is to lose himself on a small stream miles from civilization.  He's fortunate to have fished over 100 different locations in Colorado.  


David is the founder and Chairmen of Pikes Peak Outdoor Recreation Alliance and is currently a board member of the Cheyenne Mountain Chapter of Trout Unlimited.  David supports Project Healing Waters and recieved the Patriot Award in 2015, and he leads several groups in conversations about his faith, conservation efforts, and business development.


David Leinweber

Becky Leinweber is co-owner of Angler's Covey and a Colorado native who has thoroughly enjoyed the great outdoors for her entire life. She enjoys the variety that fly fishing offers: from throwing hoppers to eager fish in small streams to watching bonefish run with her fly in saltwater. She finds joy in sharing her passion for fly fishing with those new to the sport, especially other women. Becky began our women's program years ago, realizing that women often learn better side by side with other women.


Becky Leinweber

Jon Easdon, Angler's Covey's Director of Services, is a Colorado native hailing from Leadville, Colorado. When you're thinking of booking a guide trip or taking a class, he's your man! He has been fishing all around the state his entire life. A true outdoorsman that loves the mountains, he enjoys sharing the love and passion of fly fishing with others. From first descents on his snowboard, to showing up to the river for a huge hatch, he has the ability to really encompass what it means to "be outside".


Jon and Madi

Cody Ensanian is our Floor Manager. Cody’s fly fishing roots were laid in Pennsylvania, fishing Spring Creek  and Penn’s Creek in the north-central part of that state. He became a self-taught fly fisher in Pennsylvania, but has come to love Colorado and our local waters. Cody also works some at Pikes Peak Outfitter. As he builds his own experiences exploring the outdoor opportunities in Colorado, he brings his knowledge of quality products and a passion for outdoor recreation to serve the customers at both stores.


Kristina Dougherty, customer service representative, professional guide and instructor, started fly fishing during her teen years. Although she can't put a precise date on when she got started fly fishing, Kristina says there are some photos of her sporting some heavy neoprene waders when she was a senior in highschool. Her dad encouraged her to take up fly fishing; sort of a dad-daughter thing. To get started, she took some classes, and then they would head up to Elevenmile Canyon where she would teach her dad some of the techniques and tips she learned. Kristina has also volunteered with Project Healing Waters, teaches our women's fly tying classes and and helps out with our Pikes Peak Wome Anglers group.

Scott Voyles, customer service representative, is a Colorado native. He started tying flies at a young age and has since become passionate about both tying and the sport of fly fishing as a whole. Before becoming a fly fishing professional, Scott worked as a chef in Colorado Springs. He loves sharing his wealth of fly fishing knowledge, from his fifteen years of experience, both in the shop and as an Angler's Covey guide. Two powerful forces at work – nature and nurture – are at the heart of Scott’s passion for fly fishing.


Learn more about Scott here.

Steve Armijo , customer service representative, values family, respecting nature, and connecting with people. He also loves his solo trips to get up to some cutties in the high alpine lakes. Fly fishing is a unique adventure for each person — different people have different skills, interests, and desires. When he talks with customers in the shop, Steven wants them to have that same sort of unique experience. “When you fly fish, you are very focused: choosing a fly pattern, making the cast, getting the drift right. I want people to have that same focused, personalized experience even when they are in the shop.”


Rachel Leinweber is the manager of Pikes Peak Outfitter, our watersports and outdoor shop next door. Rachel also works in the fly shop on the floor, helps lead Pikes Peak Women Anglers, and assists Jon with our classes and guide service. Growing up in the fly shop, Rachel gained a passion and respect for fly fishing, and loves that it is a sport where you never stop learning. Although she loves catching salmon in Alaska or huge trout in the South Platte, she's happiest hiking to a small stream fishing for enthusiastic brookies. 

Sharon Wright is our bookkeeper as well as a guide and instructor. She helps lead the Pikes Peak Women Angler's group and our women's classes and camps. Sharon started fly fishing 30 years ago on small, high mountain streams and lakes, during her many backpacking trips in the Colorado rockies.  Since that time, her passion for fly fishing has taken her to Scotland, several trips to Chilean Patagonia and numerous days spent fishing Montana’s rivers. When not on the river, she's either training and competing with her horses or singing and playing with her band.


Sharon Wright

Angie Arroyo is David's assistant and our organization extroardinaire. She is new to  fly fishing but loves learning the sport! Her favorite place to fish is Elevenmile Canyon where she caught her first trout!

Rick Bailey is Angler's Covey's financial manager. Rick moved to Colorado three years ago from Illinois and now lives in Woodland Park. His love of fishing began many years ago with salmon and steelhead and continues today with our native trout. He love hiking and has done 15 fourteeners in the last two years. When he isn't fishing or hiking, he is keeping us all on track and on budget!

Vince Puzick is our Content Manager. He does a great job of bringing you valuable information through our Angler's Blog and also on FaceBook. When not interviewing guides and staff and writing blog posts, Vince is working to improve education at the state level. And when not working, he is "researching" by having his own fly fishing adventurs on local rivers and streams.


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