Trout on Colorado State Land: A Fly Fisher's Guide
Trout anglers have abundant opportunities to cast a fly in Colorado waters. The state has many acres of lakes and miles of stream open to fishing. The Colorado Division of Wildlife owns or leases public land designated as State Wildlife Areas and State Trust Land. Along with these units Colorado State Parks operates land with lakes and streams open for trout fishing. Trout on Colorado State Land: A Fly Fisher's Guide describes more than 150 of these properties.
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