The endangered animals that call the Missouri River basin home are as iconic as the river itself.
Spring is in the air... and water!
Today, Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross commended the innovative, two-year pilot program that grants partial management responsibility of the Gulf of Mexico red snapper fishery to the five Gulf states.
Boat and Shoreline Two-Person Teams Should Register in Advance at Lakewood.org/FishingTournament, at the Park or Lakewood Recreation Centers
MONTROSE, Colo. – There’s lots of fishing action in the Montrose and Delta areas here’s some news-to-know from Colorado Parks and Wildlife for anglers as the fishing season starts to pick-up.
Knoxville, Tennessee, has been announced as the official host city for the 2019 Bassmaster Classic.
Spring inspires fly-fishing fans and outfitters
This year’s tax season ends on April 17, offering extra time for last-minute filers to submit their 2017 federal and state taxes and to make a tax-deductible contribution to help Colorado’s wildlife.
After being closed for two months due to high water, the South Ramp at Lake Pueblo State Park is open and ready for boaters wanting to launch and take advantage of the start of fishing season.
Spring weather brings the reminder to be Bear Aware
Save the date! The 7th annual Platte Rivers Veterans Fly Fishing fundraiser is coming up.
Enjoying the outdoors is a quintessential part of the Colorado mountain lifestyle.
A few popular fishing spots in western Colorado just became more exciting for fishermen with the addition of some bigger trout.
Warmer weather is upon us and at Rifle Gap State Park, one of the most popular and heavily-visited parks in Western Colorado, park personnel are gearing up for the season.
Eleven Mile Reservoir opens to boating April 7
Tips for choosing between hammocking, camping or glamping
The fate of Lonetree Reservoir made news last year, but three more area leases could be vulnerable to loss of public access.
Whether you are a chapter leader, volunteer, intern, member, donor, supporter or just a person interested in learning about Trout Unlimited, then the Western Regional Rendezvous is for you.
Time to go fishin'! Colorado Parks and Wildlife recently stocked some lunkers at waters near Delta, Ridgway and Montrose.
Rifle Gap State Park will open its boat ramps March 31. Boaters are reminded to enjoy the water but follow the rules, or a fun day of boating can quickly turn tragic
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. - An endangered fish that makes its home in the Colorado River basin no longer is at the brink of extinction.
Approved Lake Management Plan (LMP) for Rifle Gap Reservoir
As a partner in the Upper Colorado River Endangered Fish Recovery Program, CPW has finalized the approved Lake Management Plan (LMP) for Rifle Gap Reservoir.
DENVER -- Colorado Parks and Wildlife reminds anglers that it's time to get ready for another season of fishing. Coloradans and non-resident visitors can purchase a 2018 annual fishing license now either online, at your local CPW office or at any of our hundreds of authorized sales agents statewide.
CPW accepts check for $29 million grant from U.S. Department of the Interior
FLW Partners with Costa to Introduce All-Inclusive Summer Camp For Serious High School Anglers
Beginning April 1, Colorado Parks and Wildlife will lock the boat ramp each evening at Highline Lake State Park, or when Aquatic Nuisance Species inspectors are not available.
Spring has never looked so good! Anglers All’s favorite annual event is Saturday, April 21 – the 2018 Trout Clave.
In continuing efforts to engage the public in constructive conversations, Colorado Parks and Wildlife will hold two 'State of the Fish' gatherings in Summit and Grand County later this month.
We are happy to announce that our 2017 Annual Report is live and available for your viewing.
The great Lefty Kreh passed away Wednesday at 93 years young. Considered by many to be the greatest of fly casting instructors, Lefty was one of the leaders in popularizing saltwater fly fishing.
The High Country Angler (HCA) is the official digital magazine of Colorado Trout Unlimited!
Northern Water E-Waternews March 2018
Media opportunity: Annual Walleye Spawn at Chatfield and Cherry Creek state parks
Learn about CPW’s new hunting-license purchasing system in Durango, March 20
Gov. John Hickenlooper has received the 2018 River Stewardship Award from Colorado Trout Unlimited
Boating opens March 16 at Jumbo Reservoir
CPW presents 2017 Officer of the Year, Ranger of the Year, Career Achievement, Exceptional Service and Life Saving awards
Bill to address Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s financial sustainability passes committee, 6-1
In filling out your taxes, consider helping Colorado wildlife rehabbers
Barr Lake State Park welcomes Ram Nation volunteers on March 10
Reservoirs full along Arkansas River in anticipation of spring release
U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke today announced a $60 million cooperative agreement with the Recreational Boating and Fishing Foundation (RBFF)
ATTENTION STUDENTS GRADES K-12!
Quincy Reservoir has reopened for the year - offering a beautiful, natural venue for hiking and biking
As snow piled up outside the Mount Ouray hatchery building late last month, inside a handful of Colorado Parks and Wildlife staff and volunteers from the Collegiate Peaks chapter of Trout Unlimited were huddled over large plastic tubs filled with rainbow trout swimming in 50-degree spring water.
The 2014 census listed 1,394 people in Jackson County, and the 2016 and 2017 stocking report for the 656-acre Lake John numbered 1 million fish. This means that if you want to catch a trout through the ice, North Park is where you want to be.
The Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission will have a follow-up discussion regarding antler shed collection and perform an annual review of regulation chapters related to big game, furbearers and small game, and waterfowl and migratory game birds at its March meeting.
Check out Trout Unlimited volunteers working through the cold to help CPW aquatic biologists with their year-old rainbow trout that will be released into the Arkansas River.
The mighty Missouri. The mighty Mississippi. The mighty Yukon. The U.S. has a mighty lot of mighty rivers.
With temperatures reaching into the 60s, planning a winter adventure may not be at the top of your “to do” list.