The summer heat wave is here, prompting many warm water species to take an array of baits offered at lower elevation lakes and reservoirs throughout the state. Colorado’s rivers and high mountain lakes are becoming good choices for anglers who want to beat the heat. After spending a day fishing a high mountain lake north of Boulder, I can tell you that the trout are rising to the surface for the latest hatches. Look for brook, rainbow and brown trout in many of the high mountain lakes. Hiking to the lakes will be part of the adventure, but well worth it. The water flow for many of the rivers and streams throughout the state are beginning to slow and fishing will improve throughout the month.
Natural gas operators, area contractors and county agencies will partner with numerous Rio Blanco County service organizations to conduct the fourth annual trash removal project along County Road 5 this Saturday from 8 a.m. to […]
RBC I The U.S. Census has Questionnaire Assistance Centers available to help people who have questions. In Rio Blanco County, a center is located in the Fairfield Community Center in Meeker, the Rangely Town Hall […]
MEEKER | Rifle’s Kyler Smith, who recently turned 18, returned to the Meeker Golf Course for a second time in the past two weeks and left each time as the best golfer of the tournament. […]