Spring boating opens at Blue Mesa Reservoir

It’s a long walk up the shore from Blue Mesa Reservoir, which last week was reported free of ice. The boat ramps at the Lake Fork (shown here in July 2012) and Elk Creek marinas are open. Motorized craft entering Blue Mesa are required to be inspected for aquatic invasive species. As of Monday, Blue Mesa was 41 percent full at approximately 7,455 feet elevation or about 64 feet low.



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It’s a long walk up the shore from Blue Mesa Reservoir, which last week was reported free of ice. The boat ramps at the Lake Fork (shown here in July 2012) and Elk Creek marinas are open. Motorized craft entering Blue Mesa are required to be inspected for aquatic invasive species. As of Monday, Blue Mesa was 41 percent full at approximately 7,455 feet elevation or about 64 feet low.

With Blue Mesa Reservoir free of ice and the Lake Fork and Elk Creek marinas open, National Park Service officials are reminding boat owners that state law requires all trailered and/or…




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