Colorado's Blue River Comes Back to Life

Bigger water flows have had the largest impact on this popular fishery just one hour west of Denver, but biologists are also paying more attention to the fish themselves and even considering introduction of Whirling-Disease-resistant rainbows. “Largely absent during periods of low flow, mysis once again are fattening fish in a place with total public access and further enhanced by a recent stream improvement project that made more space for fish and fishermen.” Charlie Meyers in the Denver Post.

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