High water keeping anglers away from Gunnison River

The mixing of the emerald-green Gunnison River, its color and flows largely controlled by dams upstream, and the sediment-heavy flows of the North Fork are shown in this photo taken Sunday overlooking the confluence. The two rivers finally blend about a half-mile down from the confluence.



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The mixing of the emerald-green Gunnison River, its color and flows largely controlled by dams upstream, and the sediment-heavy flows of the North Fork are shown in this photo taken Sunday overlooking the confluence. The two rivers finally blend about a half-mile down from the confluence.

AUSTIN — On a recent weekend morning, a visitor to the Gunnison River could hear the river’s voice chatting busily as its waters rolled past the slope-shouldered hills of Gunnison…




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