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The Dolores river

The 241-mile Dolores River is one of the most prized rivers in the American West. El rio de Nuestra de Dolores, the lady of the river of sorrow, is said to have been named by the Spanish explorer Juan Maria Antonio Rivera in 1765. The river used to run at an average of 1…(Read More)

After a disastrous accident flooded southwestern Colorado’s Animas River with contaminated mining waste water, locals and visitors to the area have been looking elsewhere to cast a fly. We stopped by Duranglers Flies and Supplies, who have been guiding and outfitting anglers since 1983. With permits on every good creek, river and stream within…(Read More)