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Are YOU Legal?

It is finally spring and that means it is now time to get your fishing license renewed. April 1st is the date when the 

Colorado Fishing Brochure

season begins for your Colorado Annual Fishing License. 

A Colorado fishing license is required for anyone 16 and older who fishes in Colorado. An annual fishing license is $26 for Colorado residents and $56 for nonresidents. Seniors 64 and older who are residents of Colorado can purchase an annual fishing license for $1.

 

This year Senate Bill 235 of the Colorado Revised Statutes authorizes changes to the Habitat Stamp beginning April 1, 2011. Changes include:

  • The Habitat Stamp will cost $10
  • Individuals will only have to purchase one Habitat Stamp for the entire season (April 1, 2011 – March 31, 2012)
  • The lifetime Habitat Stamp will cost $300

What this means is your Annual License will have a total cost of $36. For more information the Colorado Division of Wildlife has a new on-line Colorado Fishing Brochure 2011.

 

Come by the shop and we will happy to renew your license.

 

 


Spinney Mountain Reservoir Opens April 6th 2011!

I just received notification that Spinney Mountain Reservoir will open TOMORROW, Wednesday, April 6, 2011.  Guests can begin lining up to enter the reservoir area at 7:00 p.m. tonight April 5th, but not before. A parks pass is required. State Parks Officials will begin selling daily passes ($7) at 5:00 a.m. on the 6th to the guests in line. (You can also purchase an annual State Parks Pass, $70 at the gate or on-line at Colorado State Parks)

 


New Angler's Covey Fly Fishing Classes are now posted!

Our new Angler's Covey Classes and Events are posted on our website! This year we have expanded our offerings and have more to come, thanks to the new leadership of Phil Benton, our Director of Services. Check out what we have on our new website here: Learn/Progress/Explore. 

 


Where to Fish?

I traveled a little over an hour to Temple Canyon Park last Saturday. We saw one other angler and fished dry flies all day... Great Day!

 

Find this location and more on our NEW website. We have listed over 65 places just in the the Pikes Peak Area. 

(Click Here to Discover More)

 

 


A Fresh Spin on Nymph Fishing

by: Jon Kleis
I recently spent a day on the upper Arkansas River with fishing buddy and shop manager at Anglers Covey, Steve Gossage. I haven't fished the upper Ark very much and the few times I have I usually used streamers or dry flies. This time I spent the entire day nymph fishing with a fairly new technique to the United States called "Czech Nymphing". To Read More Click Here


Fly Rod Winner

This is our way of saying "Thank you" for allowing us to email you Angler's Covey store information. We pass on our savings to you, our valued customers, by giving away four fly rods each year.

The Winner for March 2011 is Doug Campbell. 

PPWA Spring BBQ and 'Get in Gear' Night

 


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