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.
Michael Vick has paid his debt, and has the right to go back to work in the NFL Keywords: Michael Vick Kansas dogfighting Atlanta Falcon
The last bastion for spring fly-fishers is officially blown out, so hit the still water until the runoff runs down.
The L.A. Lakers may be a graceful team, but when push comes to shove in the Western Conference finals, the Denver Nuggets have the rough physicality that it will take to win.
Warmer waters make for more active fish. Action at Ridgway Reservoir and below the dam should heat up along with the temperatures.
After Cuban’s Mother’s Day debacle, we wonder: How about drug testing for team owners?
What does Mom really want this year? Peace and quiet, so clear out of the house and go fish the caddis hatch on the Arkansas River.
The future of Broncoland is uncertain, but the new draft picks offer a glimmer of hope for the devoted.
Before the rivers get too big and dirty, the clock is ticking to get out and wet the line.
Broncos drama has gone too far: Trade Cutler, already.
Terrell Owens’s big mouth may be just what the Bills need to jump start a winning season. Too bad he won’t be in the Broncos locker room stirring up emotions.
The Broncos need a leader, and if Cutler can’t play the role coach McDaniels is well justified in looking around for a new quarterback.
Tiger Woods returned to competition this week after an eight-month break to recover from knee surgery. Will the magic still be there?
Columnist Gus Jarvis returned to the racetrack to root for an old favorite in the Daytona 500, only to be foiled by Mother Nature.
After successful careers on the gridiron, many retired football stars are taking a turn on the dance floor, and in fine form.
Evidence is no proof of wrongdoing. Deny ’til you die, says columnist Gus Jarvis.