Runoff Peaking in Colorado

“‘I guess you could throw something about 4 inches long and black and maybe round something up,’ said Brian Kampf of Duranglers Flies and Supplies in Durango, where the muddy Animas River was scooting past Tuesday at a lively clip, 3,300 cubic feet per second.” The good news, included in Ed Dentry’s report on various Colorado fishing spots, is that the runoff should end earlier rather than later this year. In the Rocky Mountain News.

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