Featured Fishing Posts
For the beginning or average angler, deciding what lure to try can get pretty overwhelming. Learn about the lures that will help you catch your next fish.
Time to Smoke Some Trout
Spring is a great time to catch trout in Colorado. Use these simple tips to smoke trout and add an exciting new flavor to your salads, pasta and more.
Help prevent the spread of Aquatic Nuisance Species (ANS) by keeping your vessel clean, drained and dry, and by utilizing the green seal program.
How to make 112 million fertilized walleye eggs
This year’s walleye spawning operation was one of the most successful in recent memory, we reached our statewide goal of 112 million eggs in only 13 days!
Take a Friend Fishing and reel in great prizes!
For the fifth consecutive year, Colorado Parks and Wildlife and our partner Colorado fishing companies encourage anglers to take a friend fishing.
Innovative New Survey Method Reduces Stress on Threatened Fish
Colorado Parks and Wildlife aquatic biologist introduces less-invasive method to survey greenback cutthroat trout
Colorado’s Newest Gold Medal Waters – Gunnison and Taylor Rivers
Years of consideration and conservation work all led to a golden moment for two pristine rivers in central Colorado.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife: The Human Side of Stewardship
Often untold are accounts of the humans who protect, study, maintain and advocate for the places and critters so many us have come to appreciate, enjoy and expect to exist in perpetuity.
2022 Colorado Outdoors Photo Issue Video
Enjoy these images from the Colorado Outdoors magazine’s annual photography issue and join Colorado Parks and Wildlife in celebrating 125 years as an agency.
Extinction isn’t always final: Rediscovery of the native trout of the San Juan basin
The rediscovery of the San Juan cutthroat trout is a celebration of basic conservation principles and shows why implementing conservation measures is so critical for perpetuating the wildlife resources.
Another Colorado State Record Brook Trout
This is the third Colorado state record brook trout caught in 2022. The fish measured 26.25 inches in length and had a girth of 16 inches.
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