With more than 9,000 miles of rivers, 2,000 natural lakes and streams, it’s as if Mother Nature had fishing in mind when she created Colorado.
Conservation is at the heart of Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s mission. And no other scientific principle is more responsible for creating Colorado’s enormous abundance of fish, wildlife and its world-class outdoor recreation.
When most think of the rut in Colorado, their minds picture bugling, battling, big-boy bull elk; mule deer bucks locking antlers in Greco-Romanesque scuffles; whitetail bucks laser focused on tending to their does; and the NFL-helmet-on-helmet-like crash of bighorn rams. What few picture is the equally impressive battles and behaviors that take place during the pronghorn rut.
A non-native fish, and one that is a hybrid, the Tiger Muskie plays a small, albeit, important role in the management of fisheries across Colorado.
This special edition of Colorado Outdoors magazine features articles that will help you make the most of your fall and winter out in the field. Purchase your copy or an annual subscription today.
Who knew hunting has its own language? Thanks to our participation in CPW’s Rookie Sportsperson Program, Natalie, and I are becoming fluent in hunting.
Another great ‘Dad moment’ as father and daughter fish together for the first real time and experience the joy of landing a whopper.
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