Durango resident Samantha Brow is an avid high-country creek angler, but she tried her skills at Groundhog Reservoir in western Colorado on July 1 and was happy that she did.
“We paddled onto the lake and got into some really big fish, it was a blast,” Brow said.
But you don’t need a boat to fish any of the dozens of reservoirs in Southwest Colorado, which are stocked throughout the summer, according to a news release from Joe Lewandowski, a spokesman for Colorado Parks and Wildlife. Most reservoirs receive a good supply of rainbow trout and several lakes also offer a menu of warm-water fish.
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