Colorado Supreme Court rules against private streams

The Colorado Supreme Court ruled Monday that the Roaring Fork Club in Basalt is not entitled to new “aesthetic, recreation and piscatorial (fishing)” water rights for a private fly-fishing stream the club created in an existing irrigation ditch.    Read the article………


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