Pastorius Reservoir drained to remove invasive species

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Pastorius Reservoir drained to remove invasive species

Emptying will also help with dam repairs
Signs posted at Pastorius Reservoir southeast of Durango on Tuesday say that the Florida Water Conservancy District and Colorado Parks and Wildlife are in the process of draining the lake to remove illegally stocked northern pike. The reservoir will be refilled in the spring and restocked with trout and other fish.
Pastorius Reservoir southeast of Durango is being drained to remove illegally stocked northern pike.
The draining of Pastorius Reservoir southeast of Durango will remove illegally stocked northern pike and allow the Florida Water Conservancy District to make dam repairs. The reservoir will be refilled in the spring and restocked with fish.

Pastorius Reservoir drained to remove invasive species

Signs posted at Pastorius Reservoir southeast of Durango on Tuesday say that the Florida Water Conservancy District and Colorado Parks and Wildlife are in the process of draining the lake to remove illegally stocked northern pike. The reservoir will be refilled in the spring and restocked with trout and other fish.
Pastorius Reservoir southeast of Durango is being drained to remove illegally stocked northern pike.
The draining of Pastorius Reservoir southeast of Durango will remove illegally stocked northern pike and allow the Florida Water Conservancy District to make dam repairs. The reservoir will be refilled in the spring and restocked with fish.
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