Can you tell a fishing story? Colorado Parks & Wildlife has a temporary job opening for a Fishing Reporter & Customer Service Representative. In this position, you will have an opportunity to champion the great fishing opportunities around the state of Colorado. Additionally, you will learn about Colorado Parks and Wildlife regulations, policies and much more. This temporary job opportunity is a great introduction to a career in natural resources.
by: watty on 8/28/2016 12:02:00 PM This would absolutely be a dream job for me. I am close to retirement from the Department of Corrections and plan to fish every lake. I believe that the stories told and the things seen by fishermen and women can take us away from the stress and bad news we get every day. It is not only the mechanics of catching fish, it is what we see and share that make life better as people who love the outdoors and especially so here in Colorado. Thoreau had it right when he wrote, "I went into the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, to discover that I had not lived."
Please consider me as a candidate for this position.
by: MooseDancer on 9/8/2016 2:26:00 PM Hello! Yup I'd be very interested doing this! I'm a retired old fisherman 63 years old. Also I'm a Colorado native and grew up fishing most all of Colorado! My wife just told me yesterday when I was up fly-fishing, "do you have to talk to everyone you meet?" WOW what a fantastic excuse this would give me now..........Yup "honey" is my job (wink wink)!! Please check out a couple of my writings I've wrote on this site. The first one is "Old secret fishing hole" I wrote 8-19-2016 under "Cutthroat Trout". My second writing on here was "Adventures of my second new secret fishing hole" I wrote 9-1-2016 under Cutthroat Trout. Take a look read what I've already wrote and hope you enjoyed them!