Recreation & Outdoors

Colorado's Free Fishing Days

When: June 6-7 2009

I've lived in Colorado for three years, and often feel an irksome sense of guilt for how little I have taken advantage of the state's outdoor opportunities. Colorado's Free Fishing Days, which started yesterday and runs through today, may be just the sort of incentive homebodies like me need. In an effort by the Division of Wildlife to foster an interest in fishing, Colorado residents and visitors, usually charged $31 and $61, respectively, may fish without purchasing a license. However, other restrictions, such as possession limits, will still be enforced. And in designated wildlife areas, Habitat Stamps ($5, wildlife.state.co.us/fishing) are required. — Virginia Leise

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