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Looking for a family-friendly day outdoors? Try fishing along the Cache La Poudre River. The river begins its race for the flatlands from the Continental Divide in Rocky Mountain National Park and during the course of its rush to join the South Platte River near Greeley, it provides more than 60 miles of public fishing. There are good populations of brown trout, as well as some mountain whitefish and a limited rainbow fishery. 

A good place to start looking for the perfect spot is the Colorado Fishing Atlas. Here you will find an interactive map of all fishing in Colorado. The local fishing opportunities are made even better by the efforts of Colorado Parks and Wildlife's 19 hatcheries. CPW stocks 3.5 million 10-inch fish every year. An additional 58 million warm-water species and 13 million subcatchable cold-water species are stocked. It costs $1.05 to raise a catchable fish for stocking. So, please be mindful of this by returning the fish you do not plan to eat to the water as promptly as possible.

Don't forget you will need a Fishing License in order to take advantage of all the wonderful places and types of fishing Northern Colorado has to offer. We are fortunate to have so many beautiful ways to enjoy being outdoors in Northern Colorado.
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