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Font Resize The results are in, and apparently Colorado fishermen prefer their trout with a side of trout...So say the 1,404 respondents out of 3,000 licensed anglers asked to take part in the 2012 Colorado Angler Survey commissioned by Colorado
The kokanee fishing remains good to very good, with most people catching their limits...People are reporting using green dodgers paired with a green Spin-N-Glo...Try using a Carey Special, an olive woolly bugger, a midge dry fly or a Shock and Awe.
Mark Yuasa covers fishing and outdoors in the Pacific Northwest...One of the hardest challenges for boat anglers is catching a giant halibut, but just imagine doing it aboard a 14-foot kayak. That is just what Brad Hole of Ballard did May 9 while
It appears to have toughened them up, according to a recent study looking at climate change's impact on the species. Rising water temperatures, the Colorado State University study concludes, aren't impacting the indigenous fish like some of its non-
A razor clam dig opens today and runs through Tuesday at Twin Harbors, and Friday and Saturday at Long Beach...The low tide times for this dig: Today : 6:22 a.m., minus-0.5 feet, Twin Harbors Thursday: 7 a.m., minus-0.8 feet, Twin Harbors Friday: 7:
Nev. (AP) Federal land managers are going back to the drawing board with their environmental review of a 678-mile natural gas pipeline stretching from Wyoming to Oregon...Bureau of Land Management say they have started preparing another draft
A measure to set a marijuana blood limit for drivers faces a big test Monday in the chamber where's it's failed three times before. The Senate Judiciary Committee starts work on this year's stoned-driving bill, which has already cleared the House.
The dreamcatcher is a prominent theme around Taos and northern New Mexico, whether as the name of a quaint bed and breakfast in the heart of the Enchanted Circle or the actual Native American charms said to separate good dreams from bad. Among
Mont. (AP) State fish and wildlife officials have changed their plans to use a pesticide to remove northern pike from Bass Lake and Mud Creek in northwestern Montana. Fish, Wildlife and Parks officials proposed last year to use rotenone to poison the
Scenes such as this high-country stream loaded with cutthroat trout are a tease for the summer and help the mid-winter blahs disappear. Joel Evans of Montrose will share some of his favorite places Thursday in his presentation titled Colorado