Colorado Outdoors March/April Issue Now Available

Anglers will learn key strategies for fishing Pearl Lake State Park and for catching ice-out trout in high-altitude, backcountry lakes. Hunters can stay in the know by checking out the "wrap-up" of the 2012 big-game seasons and learn techniques for hunting snow geese.

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The March/April edition of Colorado Outdoors magazine is hot off the press! This issue features a wealth of information for sportsmen. Anglers will learn key strategies for fishing Pearl Lake State Park and for catching ice-out trout in high-altitude, backcountry lakes. Hunters can stay in the know by checking out the “wrap-up” of the 2012 big-game seasons and learn techniques for hunting snow geese. Individual copies or annual subscriptions of Colorado Outdoors may be purchased by calling 1-800-417-8986.

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