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At one time I purchased, Aurora, Bear Creek and State Parks. I dont' visit Bear creek and Aurora enough anymore to justify the cost so I just get the State Parks. I had it paid for by the end of January this year.

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Colorado State Parks Pass covers, Barbor Ponds, Boyd Lake, Chatfield, Cherry Creek, Jackson Lake, and qite a few others. At $55 dollors, it's paid for after 11 trips. I was saving money by the secound month.
 

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Colorado State Parks pass and Larimer County Parks pass. They usually end up paying for themselves about mid-summer...
 

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wmccree said:
How much is the Larimer County Parks pass? I'm going to be there several times this summer.
It was $145 for both the boat and the truck for a non-Larimer county resident.
 

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I have absolutely no passes. On the west slope, most of our best fisheries don't require them (which is nice). I just buy a daily pass if I'm fishing vega, crawford, connected lakes, or highline.
 

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i got busted at connected lakes last labor day. 2 rangers found my wife and told her to come and get me. my wife called me on my cell and i had to row the boat all the way back to get an earful from them. plus i didn't have a life-jacket either. anyways, they let me go and i offered to pay them 5.00 now but they said just go ahead and enjoy the rest of the day.
 
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