Come learn first-hand from Colorado Parks & Wildlife (CPW) Aquatic Biologist Kendall Bakich about a variety of topics regarding the status and management of the Eagle and Upper Colorado River fisheries.
“This is an important meeting and we hope to see a good turnout,” said Bakich. “We want to give the public an opportunity to hear how their local fisheries are doing directly from the people who manage them.”
Bakich will present her most recent survey data regarding the variety of fishes and populations currently found in the Eagle and Upper Colorado Rivers. As part of CPW’s effort to involve the public and keep them informed about wildlife management issues, last month Bakich gave a similar presentation on the state of the rivers in the Roaring Fork Valley.
“Whether you are an avid angler, a guide, local restaurateur, hotel owner or you just want to hear about fish, this is a great opportunity to discuss our local fish communities,” added Bakich. “The fish in Eagle County are not only an incredibly important resource for the area, they are one of the most outstanding resources in Colorado.”