Parks and Wildlife suspends fish limits for Crystal Lake

Colorado Parks and Wildlife announced Monday that all bag and possession limits for fish are suspended at Crystal Lake near Ouray.
The lake is being drained by the U.S. Forest Service to accommodate dam repairs and will close the area to the public on July 16.
Anglers must have a valid 2012 Colorado fishing license and can keep all the fish they catch by hook-and-line and by snagging.
Explosives, toxicants, firearms or nets are prohibited.
Crystal Lake is located about eight miles south of Ouray in Ironton Park on the west side of U.S. Highway 550.
The lake is stocked annually with cutthroat trout.



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