Credit: Scott Willoughby, Colorado Outdoors Online
In a state that pretty much has it all, the most glaring gap in Colorado’s vast menu of outdoor options becomes obvious at its borders. The ability to walk across state lines almost anywhere without getting your feet wet serves as evidence of a basic reality: We’re landlocked. High and dry.
For a large chunk of the fishing world, that could be considered a problem. There are plenty of fish in the sea, as they say, and the opportunity to chase a wide variety of them is what drives many an angler to wet a line. But in the network of rivers and lakes draining from the mountainous spine of the nation to oceans east and west, well, the species selection falls a bit short by comparison. Sure, we’ve got a respectable assortment of more than 40 types of cold-, cool- and warm-water fish species statewide in Colorado, but it seems like the grass can always get a little greener.
And so it has.
Read the entire article at the Colorado Outdoors Online website: https://coloradooutdoorsmag.com/2016/09/30/kokanee/
by: Kokanee Bro on 10/4/2016 9:52:00 PM Link: http://coloradooutdoorsmag.com/2016/09/30/kokanee/
by: Kokanee Bro on 10/4/2016 9:54:00 PM um ignore that last post... guess that only works on the blog forums...
by: IceFishingFool on 10/12/2016 2:57:00 AM http://coloradooutdoorsmag.com/2016/09/30/kokanee/
by: IceFishingFool on 10/12/2016 2:58:00 AM I guessed wrong.