The crowds are off hunting, so it’s a great time for anglers to find solitude at area lakes and streams. And the fish are biting, too.
Enough with the Tim Tebow, Florida Gators Praise. The 62-3 routing of unranked Charleston Southern is unimpressive.
Is there a trick for catching those finicky fish at Silver Lake above Telluride?
TV game blackouts spell the beginning of the end of the NFL.
Find serenity on the San Miguel River.
Baffled by those who still root for Jay Cutler – but hey, good luck, Chicago.
Jarvis on Baseball: “If I were in Vegas, I would put a sizable amount of money on the Rockies ending their regular season as NL West Champions.
‘Sorry, Burress, your stupid mistake is going to cost you prison time and that is the way it should be.’
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Super Joe Sakic hangs up his skates, and the team must work to establish a post-Sakic identity.
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The Rockies are now playing great baseball. How does a bench coach turned manager have such an impact on a team?
If anglers stop releasing lake trout caught at Blue Mesa Reservoir, the Kokanee salmon population will improve.
Jarvis can’t say enough to thank the Pittsburgh Penguins for beating the Red Wings last weekend.
As the river waters clear, fishing the region is just about to pop. In the meantime, check out Silver Jack Reservoir and the San Miguel.
Old, hurt and interception prone, Brett Favre should retire (and forget about a Packers revenge).
It’s all over, Denver. So is my brief enjoyment of NBA basketball.
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The last bastion for spring fly-fishers is officially blown out, so hit the still water until the runoff runs down.