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One of the old lady inspectors at Chatfield asked me if I had a dog on my boat.

I told her no but asked why she would ask. I thought maybe she had dog treats or something.

Turns out she wanted to inspect between my dog's toe's for mud snails.


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Tax payer dollars at work.
 

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She's doing her job well i'm thinking-

Had the old dude at Atown the other day never looked in the livewell, never made me drop my motor, didn't do his job at all-
 

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She's doing her job well i'm thinking-

Had the old dude at Atown the other day never looked in the livewell, never made me drop my motor, didn't do his job at all-


Her job is to inspect dogs now?

But only dogs that were out on boats? Not the 500 dogs that go to the Dog park at Chatfield and run through the river and ponds full of ANS?

I have nothing against the inspectors or inspections but only if they make sense.

As for the guy at Atown not checking your stuff. It really shouldn't matter when you come off the lake.

Since there are no infected waters in Colorado checking your live well and lowering your motor isn't going to make any difference.

If you go anywhere but Atown as soon as they see your tag they will inspect you going in anyway.

A little common sense would go a long way.
 

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good one Kyle you should send that to the CPW to show how their inspectors do their jobs. I got inspected at JM one day and the inspector never left the window of the truck , I had to break the seal for the boat to float off and no one there when we came off
 

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They stopped a WI boat from launching a couple of weeks ago at Granby. There were zebras on the hull.
That's cool although it wouldn't have mattered since after 5 years of tests mussels can't live in Granby due to water quality issues. After multiple tests by Colorado Northern putting live mussels in a controlled area in Granby water they were dead within days.
 
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