Has any one fished this area.I guess its a canyon and basically need to float it.They call it "Jurassic Park" cause there are HOGGGS in there.
ok but what is colorados definition of navigable. most of those laws came from old maritime laws and originaly were ment for the 2 way transport of goods. although many states have adopted more broad definitions of navigablehellfish said:Roadkill, no the taylor is way to fast, rocky and narrow to float, kayakers might enjoy it. Colorado law says that any navicable river is public- the water ONLY, the moment your boat touches the bank, or your feet touch the bottom- you are tresspassing. When I first started guiding, we stopped on a sand bar for lunch on the ark, we were welcomed with a shotgun, and then diligently informed of the law and how we were tresspassing. I think most landowners were probably cool about it until they had to start picking up the bad apples trash.