The Colorado Division of Wildlife is inviting anglers to learn the latest information affecting fishing waters around southern Colorado at two upcoming angler roundtable meetings.
These meetings, planned for Pueblo and Colorado Springs, give anglers a chance to ask questions of fishery biologists from the DOW.
Attendees will be given a summary of the best bets for fishing on lakes and streams in 2011. Other topics include fish stocking plans, fishing regulations, zebra mussel boating restrictions, water levels, fish population data, fishing access, whirling disease, and high altitude lake management.
Anglers are encouraged to bring questions about fishing their favorite lakes and streams. Two sessions will be held in April:
Tuesday, April 19, 7 p.m.
Lake Pueblo State Parks Auditorium, 640 Reservoir Road
Thursday, April 21, 7 p.m.
DOW Office, 4255 Sinton Road
The 2011 SE Region Fishing Forecast is available at:
source: Colorado Division of Wildlife