Colorado Parks and Wildlife is seeking sportsmen's input on funding the future of wildlife management and conservation in Colorado. Hunters, anglers or anyone that would like to learn more about the financial challenges facing the state's wildlife management agency is invited to attend a discussion with CPW representatives, Wednesday, Aug. 24, 6 p.m. at Grand County CSU Extension Office, 210 11 Street in Kremmling.
By Bob Garver
By Colorado Parks and Wildlife
"Do you know how to shoot straight?"
While some people might take offense at such a question, it is one that big game hunters need to ask themselves every year. Shooting an animal with a high-powered rifle, no matter the distance, is not a natural skill. Hunters must know the capabilities of their rifles, the intricacies of their scopes, the characteristics of their ammunition, the distance of their targets and their own competence for setting up for a fast shot at an animal.
Canyons & Plains of Southeast Colorado will hold its regional meeting at 232 Main Street in Ordway Colorado.(Opera House) on Thursday, August 11th in Crowley County. The presentation will be a photo presentation of some of the summer activities and events that were held in Crowley County. Jerry Davis will give us a briefing on the upcoming Pedal the Plains
Adobe Creek Reservoir
Fishing is fair to good for channel catfish, bullheads, and carp. The lake is lowering for irrigation, but the lake is still fairly high. Both high water boat ramps are usable. The low-water boat ramps are still submerged.
Arkansas River Headwaters
Each month, the Colorado Department of Agriculture features a different product to highlight the variety and quality of products grown, raised or processed in the state. This month features Colorado produce in the Braised Colorado Cabbage recipe.
Reimbursements of state, tribal and local response costs total $1.4M to date
By Bob Garver
"Jason Bourne" gets off on the wrong foot by having a lame title. I guess the idea was to recover from the flop that was "The Bourne Legacy" by promising viewers that Jason Bourne would actually be involved in this one. But what it's unofficially promising to do is break from the hot streak of the first three "Bourne" movies. Fans of the franchise expect the movies to be titled "The Bourne (something vaguely exciting)" Who cares if people like to make fun of these titles ("The Bourne Colonoscopy"), they're essential to the way people identify the franchise.
Dubbed by Gov. John Hickenlooper as a "ride for the rest of us", the 2016 Pedal the Plains bike ride will bring cyclists young and old through the gently rolling byways of the historic Eastern Plains communities of Ordway, Fowler, and La Junta.
A collaboration between the State of Colorado and The Denver Post, this one-of-a-kind cycling event highlights the importance of water, economic development, and the agricultural industry in Colorado.
This year's event runs September 16th-18th.