What do you think the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Colorado Parks and Wildlife should do to keep non-native fish from seeping into the Yampa River?

a) Put a screen on the spillway. 56 votes

22.86%

b) Drain the reservoir and administer the chemical rotenone to kill all the non-native fish. 33 votes

13.47%

c) Leave everything alone and find another way to boost the population of the endangered fish along the Yampa. 156 votes

63.67%

245 total votes

Comments

Allen Hischke 1 year ago

They need to get out of the Yampa Valley forever.

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Allen Hischke 1 year ago

The City Of Craig should not allow them to drop the lake level. This is one of the last opportunities of tourism here. I would also think that the local tourism office would be all over preventing this destruction.

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Allen Hischke 1 year ago

If the fish killers want the Smallmouth and Pike out of Elkhead then they need to take the limits off that fish and begin a Largemouth stocking program. Largemouth will not live in the Yampa with its cold fast moving shallow water. That to me would be a reasonable way to deal with the situation. Much better than the radical, kill everything that the DOW, meaning, (Destroyers Of Wildlife) want to do.

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