Colorado Coldwater Conservation

The following guidelines for properly landing and releasing trout in summer weather and warmer water temperatures are provided here with the permission of Rainbow Falls Mountain Trout. I know we

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Richard Pilatzke (rhpiscator@aol.com) is an expert on all things still water: beetles, ants, hoppers, frogs, damsel flies, dragon flies, dries, nymphs — you name it. At the July 16th meeting

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Another Great Success for Trout In The Classroom More than 50 members of Christopher Lambrecht’s Stream Ecology class have moved on. No, they’re not graduating. In fact, they’re not even

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If you’re not familiar with our Trout in the Classroom program, it’s a program that provides the resources to a willing teacher to raise a tank full of trout. Well,

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Once again, many of our members volunteered their time for an important project on March 21, 2013.  The Cheesman Canyon, Temperature Profile, campaign has been one that has been ongoing

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John Eastman, the Arapahoe District Director for the Boy Scouts of America would like to partner with the Cutthroat Chapter in order to organize a Venturing Program. Venturing is a

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Join us at 6:30pm on June 19th at the South Metro Denver Realtor’s Association for a presentation by Robert Younghanz on aquatic entomology. Robert will give us just a small

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If you’re on the river or lake and see any of the following spills or pollutants, please call 800-424-8802 – The National Spill Response Center (24 hour nationwide hotline).  Also,

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Cutthroat Chapter is sad to note the passing of one of our chapter’s founding fathers, Alexander Makkai. Al was a major player for some of the seminal years of the

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