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Now’s the time to get to the high country and enjoy Colorado’s fall foliage

By Bill Haggerty

The splendor of the changing of the seasons is displayed in spectacular colors right now in aspen forests across western Colorado and eastern Utah. You could travel in any direction from Grand Junction and find aspen trees turning colors, ...


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Hiking in Utah’s Red Rock Wonder

By Staff

Hiking during late summer in the Grand Staircase/Escalante National Monument area of southern Utah.  ...


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Lake Powell fish waiting for fall frenzy

By Wayne Gustaveson

Lake Elevation: 3,633 msl Water Temperature 72-75 F PAGE, Ariz. – Unseasonably warm weather has fish waiting for the fall feeding frenzy, but for this week fishing success is spotty. The biggest problem is that striped bass are feeding ...


State river access panel to meet Wednesday in Salida

By Dave Buchanan

Disputes about river access aren’t going away soon but the state starts looking at problems Wednesday when the Governor’s River Access Dispute Resolution Task Force meets in Salida. The 17-member panel, composed of commercial and ...


State parks to see rate increase

By Dave Buchanan

Visitors to Colorado’s 42 state parks will pay more for the privilege starting Nov. 1. Starting then, daily entrance fees will increase by $1 to $7 or $8, depending on the park, while camping fees at 12 of the most popular parks, ...


Lynx recovery a success, says DOW

By Dave Buchanan

Calling it a “proud day” for the Division of Wildlife, Division Director Tom Remington announced today that the state’s lynx reintroduction project has accomplished its goal of establishing a sustaining population of the ...


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Mid-September at Lake Powell offers stripers, walleye

By Wayne Gustaveson

PAGE, Ariz. — Weather has stabilized bringing those wonderful September days with warm days and cool nights. Water temperature has stabilized again near 75 F. It looks like it will stay that way for the next week or two. With not much ...


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Try a trek up Crag Crest Trail, a reminder you live in this great state

By Bill Haggerty

You know you’re from Colorado when you go anywhere else and the air feels sticky and you notice the sky is no longer blue. You know you’re from Colorado when “humid” is more than 25 percent. You know you’re from ...


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Many thanks to those who’ve helped Jim Robb’s riverfront vision become reality

By Staff

Congratulations and thank you Kathleen Arnett, Colorado Riverfront Foundation and Commission, Mesa County, GOCO, Mesa Land Trust, Colorado State Parks, Clifton Sanitation District, Tamarisk Coalition, Western Colorado Conservation Corps, and ...


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Stripers now easy to pattern at Lake Powell

By Wayne Gustaveson

Lake Elevation: 3,634 msl Water Temperature 75-78 F PAGE, Ariz. – Two distinct patterns are now in place making it much easier for anglers to find stripers. Striped bass adults are hungry for shad that hide in the backs of coves and ...


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