Steamboat Springs contacted Colorado Parks & Wildlife officers on Sunday because a black bear had become a problem. That bear became the 51st killed in Colorado so far this year. Not being from here, 51 sounds like allot. Is there anything else that can be done? I ...
Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) requires fisherman in the state to purchase a fishing license to drop a line in the state's lakes, rivers, and streams. You can earn that fee and more back by fishing in Green Mountain Reservoir.
As a hard-core fisherman, this caught my eye. "...increasing Colorado park passes, hunting and fishing licenses up to 60%, " are among the ideas Colorado Parks and Wildlife are considering to help deal with the current budget shortfall.
There is a right and a wrong way to fly fish. Gummy bears are a no-no, or so I am told. The Colorado Parks and Wildlife will set the record straight this Wednesday night at the CPW Hunter Education Building located at 711 Independent Avenue in Grand Junction at 6 p.m.
If you haven't do so yet it is that time of year to renew your fishing license in the state of Colorado. The Park and Wildlife Department has released the fees and schedule for the 2015 season including the free fishing weekend.