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Trouts Journal

Colorado Snow Pack Update: March 2014

Ivan Orsic / Mar 10, 2014

It looks like we’re officially off to a good start here in Central Colorado from a snow level perspective.

“The Natural Resources Conservation Service, an agency in the U.S. Department of Agriculture, says as of March 1, Colorado snow levels are 16 percent above normal. The state should be in good shape even if the next few weeks do not bring as much snow as usual.” – Mike Lamp, Colorado Public Radio

Click HERE for the entire article and report that aired this morning.

We’ll be keeping a close eye on the snowpack for the remainder of the spring and we will keep you updated. For a recent late winter fly fishing report from the South Platte River CLICK HERE. Or, visit our Stream Flows Page for real time stream flows across the state of Colorado.

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