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Every spring, we look forward to starting our season at the same fishing spot where he caught his first fish.
I now propose the Be-THE-GUY (or THE GAL) Fishing-License Challenge. Everyone who is reading this is more than likely set up to do it.
Despite Colorado’s abundant fish populations, most fish cannot successfully reproduce in the wild. And, of those species that are able to reproduce naturally, recruitment (the number of juvenile fish that actually survive to be added to a population) is often too low to support a fishable population. To ensure that there are enough fish to stock every year, CPW sets up spawn-collection sites at lakes and reservoirs across the state.
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.
CPW’s Track-Chair Program provides opportunities for people with disabilities to live life outside and to share outdoor experiences with friends and family.
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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