Voluntary Closures in Colorado, Bald Eagle Steals Dinner, Street to Streams Program

July 9, 2012 By: Erin Block

  • Due to high temperatures and low water flows in Colorado, Trout Unlimited urges anglers to limit their fishing on at-risk rivers until conditions improve.
  • On a lake in Washington State, a sly bald eagle has developed a penchant for letting fishermen catch him his dinner.
  • In Pennsylvania, Cumberland County’s Street to Streams program gives youth not only an extracurricular activity, but also an appreciation for conservation and “something that they can come back to right away or they can come back to 15 to 20 years from now as they grow into young adults,” says Justin Pittman, Juvenile Probation Officer and CVTU President.