Outdoors proves to be great economic driver in Colorado

No matter the size of boat or species of fish, anglers such as these at Harvey Gap Reservoir pay federal excise taxes as part of the Dingell-Johnson Sport Fish Restoration Act. The excise tax is collected on licenses, angling equipment and fuel for their boats.



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No matter the size of boat or species of fish, anglers such as these at Harvey Gap Reservoir pay federal excise taxes as part of the Dingell-Johnson Sport Fish Restoration Act. The excise tax is collected on licenses, angling equipment and fuel for their boats.

Colorado is set to receive more than $21.8 million as its share of federal excise taxes paid last year by hunters, anglers and motorboat operators. The funds, generated through the…




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