Century-old workhorse dam keeps the water flowing and the temperatures just right for great fishing.
By Jay Adams
Water travels a maze-like path on the way to your faucet: from mountain snow to high-country streams, through reservoirs, dams and canyons.
Southwest of Denver, Cheesman Canyon is one example of how careful planning can get water to the tap while sustaining one of the state’s top trout fisheries along the way.
Completed in 1905, Cheesman has three…
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