Colorado fish are stressed, but here's how you can help
Credit: Erica Tinsley, 9NEWS
KUSA - Low water levels and high temperatures are stressing out the fish in our state.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife is asking anglers to help them protect our fish population.
"We have some streams where they have crept upwards of 70 degrees - is the tipping point for trout species where they tend to struggle," said Josh Nehring, senior aquatic biologist for CPW's southeast region.
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