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    By Renee Fajardo
    News From Indian Country

    Dale Field is a soft spoken man with a powerful message. We must live in harmony with each other and the environment if we are to survive. The 65-year-old Colorado native walks his talk. Take fly-fishing for example. For 24 years, Field has been one of the states most respected guides and shows no signs of slowing down.

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