The big-fish stories can continue on the lower Fryingpan and lower Roaring Fork rivers.
A survey conducted by Colorado Parks and Wildlife last fall determined the rivers still have the quantity and size of fish to retain their distinguished designation as Gold Medal Trout Waters.
LINK (via:The Aspen Times)
The latest from the state and federal cold dead hands deparment.
“Plaintiffs have not demonstrated that they are likely to succeed on the merits, nor have they demonstrated irreparable harm to naturally produced fish in the Sandy basin from the 2014 releases; in fact the relief they request would likely result in irreparable harm to the listed hatchery stocks, and would have dramatic impacts on the Sandy fishery and local economy,” the state’s filing says.
LINK (via: The Columbia Basin Bulletin)
This is a one-off, purpose built vehicle designed to travel the severe winter weather of Antarctica and set a land speed record to the South Pole. In 2011, Jason De Carteret, a renowned adventurist, using "Polar" broke two Guinness records crossing the Antarctic ice cap from Patriot Hills to the South Pole and back: 39 hours and 54 minutes, at an average speed of 27.9mph.