Posted on June 16 2021
If you’re running trips or encouraging people to fish the Upper Colorado River right now, for example, you may want to rethink things. Flows are at historic lows for this time, and yesterday, water temps hit 75 degrees F.
It’s sizzlin’ out there, and while we don’t want to sound “preachy,” given the angling pressure and all that’s going on now, we just need to be a little more considerate and smart, and play the long game.
Please see this story for more insights including tips from keepfishwet.org on how to know when a caught fish is stressed to the point of needing extra revival help.