Putting 
the bite 
back in 
Harvey 
Gap

Tiger muskie experiment offers alt-ed for students

Limon High School junior Blake Paintin releases a netful of tiger muskies into Harvey Gap Reservoir north of Silt on Thursday evening. Paintin was part of a group of students at the school who raised tiger muskies for Colorado Parks and Wildlife to stock at the reservoir. Paintin says the work has interested him in pursuing a possible career in aquaculture with the agency.



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Limon High School junior Blake Paintin releases a netful of tiger muskies into Harvey Gap Reservoir north of Silt on Thursday evening. Paintin was part of a group of students at the school who raised tiger muskies for Colorado Parks and Wildlife to stock at the reservoir. Paintin says the work has interested him in pursuing a possible career in aquaculture with the agency.

With a setting sun lighting the waters of Harvey Gap Reservoir, a group of Limon High School students Thursday evening took the hard-earned product of months of school work and unceremoniously…




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