ASA is working with states to have recreational fishing-related businesses be considered “essential” and therefore allowed to remain open
Does not mean Colorado’s robust walleye populations will dwindle.
A mountain lion and two skunks have tested positive for rabies in Larimer County this year to date.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife promotes outdoor health benefits and trail safety etiquette during COVID-19 pandemic
Colorado State Parks to Remain open, but Colorado Parks and Wildlife Offices and Visitor Centers Limiting Most Public Access Effective Friday, March 20
The east boat ramp will be open for ANS inspections 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. for the month of March. In April, it will be open 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. and in May 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Boyd Lake opens to boating other boat ramps, campgrounds opening soon across Northeast Region
A variety of jobs are available, including seasonal ranger, visitor services, interpreter/education specialist and maintenance. Most jobs start in May and continue into September.
From “Field Notes of a Colorado Sportsperson” by Travis Duncan
Burning operations will occur as weather conditions permit and could begin around the middle of March.
Nine appointments to the Colorado Wildlife Habitat Stamp Committee were confirmed in the Colorado Senate in February.
New this year, the 2020-2021 fishing license is valid March 1, 2020 through March 31, 2021
Daily Vehicle Park Pass fee for each of Colorado’s 41 state parks will increase by one dollar effective March 1, 2020 to support outdoor recreational growth
Grant applications accepted through Monday, April 27, 2020
Whirling-disease resistant rainbows are now thriving in the wild and CPW is collecting their spawn, enabling hatcheries to propagate millions of fish
More boats requiring decontamination because of infestations of destructive mussels entered Colorado last year than in 2018, but the statewide inspection program coordinated by Colorado Parks and Wildlife again succeeded in keeping invasive mussels out of the state’s lakes and reservoirs.
A six-month-long fishing tournament with $10,000 in prize money sponsored by CPW is aimed at maintaining adequate kokanee fry survival by limiting predation from lake trout.
The Environmental Protection Agency announced today it is finalizing a rule that will drop protections for millions of miles of streams and millions of acres of wetlands.
When 12 year-old Tia Wiese, from Eagle, Idaho, went ice fishing at Lake Cascade with her dad last March, and they expected to catch some yellow perch…but not the world record perch!
The public is urged to contact CPW immediately and fill out a report if they see or hear wolves or find evidence of any wolf activity in Colorado.
The agency’s official product purchasing website is cpwshop.com, which is a secure method of purchasing all CPW products online, including fishing licenses. Starting March 1, CPW will be selling 2020 13-month fishing licenses.
Highlights include cameos by Talon the red-tailed hawk boating safety mascot, information about watercraft inspection and decontamination, an iron-on T-shirt coloring station, free giveaways, and boat safety class information.
CRAWFORD, Colo. – Crawford State Park will offer a variety of fun events on Jan. 25 – visit the park for ice fishing, ice skating, sledding and cross-country skiing.
The meeting is scheduled to begin at 8:30 a.m. and adjourn at 5 p.m. on January 15 at CPW’s Hunter Education Building, 6060 Broadway, in Denver.
Eyewitness report of six large canids traveling together in the far northwest corner of the state last October
Top prize winner took $4,135 for longest trout combined (40 inches), with longest pike of 23.25 inches taking home $2,500