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If they were going to hire more people, it would need to go to hiring more fisheries managers. Most fisheries managers have way to much water to manage and they are spread thin. Reg enforcement can be important on some fisheries, but giving the management attention each fishery needs is more important, and an area that seems is understaffed.
This but then we need the right managers that will do their job, my first fish at 4 years old was a Memorial day Rainbow that was a stocked Catchable at Stillwater on Granby, since Granby has been shorted Catchable Rainbows since 2011 due to fish managers not doing their job and playing games with Granbys fish the chances of tourists now having as quality an experience as I did in this Beautiful area is much less.
 

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I would also pay extra to get closed areas opened back up, Williams fork only open s few days a week to boating and no overnight boats, can't have your boat at your campsite now. Willow cr. hand carry only now, lots of other lost opportunities due to the managers mentality that it's easier to manage by closure
 
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