Posts Tagged ‘Colorado rivers’

Summer in the Colorado Rockies: An Article Featuring the North Fork Ranch

September 11th, 2013

It is not too late to imagine a perfect summer day. A gentle wind washes over you as the sun beams down from a cobalt sky. All around you a stunning mountain panorama unfolds—rocky peaks and emerald valleys, soaring pine trees and cold, babbling brooks. Click here to read more in the article on why Colorado is considered the ultimate playground.

The North Fork Ranch, an exceptional fly fishing and dude ranch, is also featured in this article.

Colorado Spring Success

April 20th, 2011

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During a time when the rivers can be in flux due to variable dam releases to make room for the surging snowmelt, and many area tributaires are running high and off color, finding a piece of water that fishes well can take a little extra research. The answer for Live Water Properties broker’s Alex Maher and Brian Hartley was an expectionally scenic and productive tailwater in Northern Colorado. 

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Groups Praise New Colorado Law to Protect Vulnerable Rivers, Streams

June 12th, 2009

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DENVER, June 4 /PRNewswire-USNewswire

Environmental Defense Fund called legislation signed into law today by Colorado Governor Bill Ritter to protect Colorado‘s vulnerable rivers and streams “a national model for protecting the iconic and vulnerable waterways of the west.”

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