Denver Water's habitat improvement work on the Williams Fork River near Parshall is ahead of schedule and 60 percent complete. Our biologists say the work has already made significant improvements and anglers are catching nice-sized trout in new pools recently created as part of the project.
Before the work began, there were only three low-water pools in the river capable of sheltering fish. There are now seven pools and there will be a total of 12 when the work is done! This means fish will have much better habitat and anglers will have significantly improved fishing opportunities along the scenic stretch of river located in the Kemp-Breeze State Wildlife Area.