CPW Fishing: New App for Exploring Colorado Waters
Colorado Parks and Wildlife has launched CPW Fishing, the agency’s official mobile fishing app. For anglers seeking information on new
River Rising: the Denver South Platte
Ronnie Crawford first discovered the urban fishery of the South Platte by accident around 15 years ago. He was taking
Preventing Aquatic Nuisance Species
Aquatic nuisance species (ANS) pose a significant threat to Colorado’s waterways. These species can cause considerable damage to water infrastructure,
Eight rivers. Two days. One Rodeo.
By David Nickum. In the final weekend of July, I teamed up with Dustin McCory against 29 other teams, all
The Rivers Need People Like You!
by Randy Scholfield With grim news of changing climate—scientists say the impacts are visible everywhere now—and an administration with its
Behind the Fin: Scott Schreiber
How long have you been a TU member? 18 years (I started when I was 15)! Why did you become
Stand Up For Clean Water
Headwaters matter! A 2015 EPA rule protected headwaters, affirming Clean Water Act protections for intermittent and ephemeral streams – those
Behind the Fin: Blake Fanning
How long have you been a TU member? I’ve been a member for 8 years, joining after moving to Colorado.
A rancher’s vision of home waters
Home waters. For Colorado rancher Paul Bruchez, the phrase means more than a favorite local fishing stretch, although that’s part
Clean Water Rule Unraveled
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) officially proposed today to rescind the so-called Clean Water Rule, established under President Obama in 2015. This