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  1. Fish Hatcheries Your fishin' is Our Mission Since 1881, Colorado Parks & Wildlife fish hatcheries have been dedicated to improving the fish populations of our beautiful state. Today, CPW operates 19 hatcheries that breed, hatch, rear and stock over 90 million fish per year.

  2. In Colorado, there is a total of 18 hatcheries raising 30+ species of fish which Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) operate. Twelve of these hatcheries are cold water facilities, two are warm water facilities, two are cold and warm water, and two are USFWS hatcheries.

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  4. Statewide transfer opportunities About Colorado’s State Fish Hatcheries There are 16 State Fish Hatcheries in some of the most scenic parts of Colorado. View the Fish Hatchery Map to learn more about each hatchery. Conservation. Preservation. Recreation. Fisheries management predates all other wildlife management activities in Colorado.

  5. Apr 17, 2020 · Approximately 2 million bass will be stocked in Colorado this summer. Hatchery Technician Victor Brown feeds fingerling catfish at the Las Animas Fish Hatchery. Brown is feeding 62,000 four-inch fingerling channel catfish. Those fish and 120,000 more will be grown to 8 inches, and will be stocked in urban park ponds up and down the Front Range.

  6. Here is a short list of the fish that are most commonly stocked in Colorado: Rainbow Trout Rainbows can be found in most mountain lakes and streams, as well as many plains reservoirs. Saugeye – This hybrid of walleye and sauger has been stocked into reservoirs throughout the eastern plains of Colorado since the 1980s.

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