Wildlife commission to adopt Harvey Gap fishing regs

The final adoption of regulations prohibiting certain types of fishing at Harvey Gap Reservoir will be considered Thursday and Friday when the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission meets in Walden.

The new regulations prohibit using spearfishing, archery or gigs in an effort to protect newly transplanted tiger muskies.

Additionally, the commission will update small game hunting regulations, including increasing the daily bag limit for dark geese in the Central Flyway to 5 birds, and consider improvements to captive wildlife park regulations during the two-day meeting.

The commission also will finalize 2013-2014 snowmobile grants and make appointments to the state trails committee.

The meeting is set for the Wattenburg Community Building at 686 Jackson County 
Road 42.

A full agenda and meeting details are available online at wildlife.state.co.us.


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