A River’s Reckoning, an official selection of the 2018 Wild and Scenic Film Festival
Northern Water E-Waternews January 2018
Mystery surrounds bald eagles as CPW parks celebrate the national symbol.
The next Northeast Region Sportsmen's Roundtable caucus will be held at 6:30 p.m., Wednesday, Jan. 24 at the 2733 Council Tree Ave, Fort Collins.
Sportsmen’s Caucus called to discuss CPW financial sustainability moving forward
The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) has recently announced their slate of awardees for the competitive Bring Back the Natives Grant
Colorado Parks and Wildlife reminds everyone that lakes, ponds and streams still may not be ready for winter activity.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife is pleased to announce the 2018 Eagle Claw Shappell Colorado Classic Pro-Am Ice Fishing Tournament series at Eleven Mile State Park.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife announces new agency-wide integrated purchasing system
Help stop invasive species in Colorado by attending the 2018 Denver Boat Show
Cold, wind can’t stop CPW biologists bent on surveying fish for conservation
The Antiquities Act was put in place to protect America’s special outdoor sites.
Each year, as the anticipation mounts for the photo issue, I find myself reflecting on the year and how intertwined our future is with our past.
Spinney Mountain State Park will officially close for the season at the end of the day on Dec. 3.
Ugly fish. Trash fish. Suckers. Chubs.
Boat Ramps at Carter Lake, Horsetooth Reservoir Closed Starting Dec. 4
Bear Creek Roundtable receives national award for collaboration
One of the largest reservoirs in Colorado has produced a new state record arctic char, caught by a vacationing physician from Virginia, Nov. 6.
Colorado Parks & Wildlife encourages you to take some time this Thanksgiving weekend to explore the outdoors and make new memories with the people you love.
Do you want to know more about the projects and operations of Northern Water now and into the future?
For several weeks, my wife and son have been asking to plan a fishing trip. And Theo was not just asking for any fishing trip, but a trip where he would have a chance to add new species and preferably a new size record to his fishing list.
Trout in the classroom (TIC) is an environmental education experience that fosters hands-on learning through the rearing of trout from eggs to fry.
While the Colorado Department of Transportation continues to rebuild the infrastructure and river channel, local organizations have partnered to support the effort in their own way – restoring “Catch and Release” signs to the Big Thompson.
A unique species of native cutthroat on Abrams Creek: help is on the way.
Conservation work often involves grueling slogs through dense forests
Last month, Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) joined forces with partners and volunteers to host the first annual Outdoor Adventure Expo at Cherry Creek State Park.
The fish are returning to Fraser Flats.
Effective immediately, Colorado Parks and Wildlife is instituting a voluntary fishing closure at a popular area on the Frying Pan River located downstream from the Ruedi Reservoir Dam.
October in Colorado is as close to perfection as you might find anywhere in the country.
Open houses set for draft AHRA management plan and environmental assessment
In partnership with the Town of Silverthorne, the Gore Range Chapter TU in September celebrated the opening of the “Blue River Explorer Hike.”
Several years ago, a friend of mine who had moved to Alaska called to say he was flying back to Colorado to fish the brown trout spawning run on North Delaney Butte Lake.
Lake Pueblo announces new boat ramp hours, launch protocols for aquatic nuisance species
Colorado Parks and Wildlife is celebrating impressive numbers after the 2017 Elkhead Reservoir Fishing Classic concluded on a high note in early July.
An innovative project developed cooperatively by Colorado Parks and Wildlife and the city of Montrose has resulted in the establishment of a new state wildlife area for CPW and a new park for the city.
After another busy summer at Horsetooth Reservoir, volunteers are needed to help clean up tree limbs, trash and other debris along the shore of the popular reservoir west of Fort Collins, Colo.
I feel like this is getting dangerously close to sounding like one of those “When I was a kid” stories, but things have really changed since I was a kid.
The South Platte Pro-Am Carp Slam occupies a corner of my mind year-round, right next to my carp on the fly obsession.
I’ve learned that when it comes to Alex and outdoor adventures, always say yes.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife releases CPW Fishing, the agency's new mobile fishing app
Colorado’s weather can change in an instant and the ability to quickly find shelter in the backcountry is crucial to survival.
For more than a decade, the Denver Trout Unlimited chapter has been working to improve the health of the Denver South Platte.
You will need a valid fishing license to receive ‘Give-Away’ kokanee.
Rifle Gap State Park Ranger Matt Schuler earns Boating Law Enforcement Officer of the Year
Management of hunting, fishing, and outdoor recreation faces an uncertain future
CRAIG, Colo. - Colorado Parks and Wildlife will keep Aquatic Nuisance Species inspection stations at Elkhead Reservoir State Park open until Oct. 23, giving waterfowl hunters and boaters access to the popular reservoir a couple of weeks longer than originally scheduled.
he Association of Collegiate Anglers is pleased to announce the continued support received from Mustang Survival for the 2018 Cabela's Collegiate Bass Fishing Series.
The Bureau of Reclamation is preparing an environmental assessment (EA) for the Platte River Recovery Implementation Program, Proposed First Increment Extension. Reclamation, working with the states of Wyoming, Colorado, and Nebraska, water users, and environmental and conservation organizations, proposes to extend the First Increment of the basin-wide, cooperative Recovery Implementation Program by 13 years. Reclamation is doing this to meet its obligations under the Endangered Species Act.
Aquatic nuisance species (ANS) pose a significant threat to Colorado’s waterways.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife is facing long-term budget issues that will affect how the state’s parks and wildlife are managed in the future.