First Full Year DSP Temperature Analysis of Denver Trout Unlimited’s 24×7 temperature sensors shows trout friendly water.
Ronnie and Rhys’s trout survive and thrive the short term temperature peaks precisely because they have fish passage, deep pools, shaded structures, cool water seepage, park land irrigation runoff, and the diurnal (day/night) temperature swings. Making sure that trout will have deep pools and shaded structures below the water line is precisely why Denver Trout Unlimited has invested so much time, and effort on studies, meetings, and raising funds for enhanced flows from the Chatfield Environmental Pool. ...read more
South Platte Temperatures – An analysis by Steven Reeves, Metro State Student 1/2017 I began looking at monthly averages and mapping the point off of that. I found one pattern that interested me and took a further look at … Continue reading
Preliminary temperature monitoring results are in.
Full Year Temperature Monitoring chair declares ,”Ha, we do have a trout fishery.”
Whether his pronouncement is shared by others only time will tell, but check out the comparison to the world class trout fishery flowing through Pueblo on an hour by hour basis this August.
DSP vs Pueblo results
At present, the Denver South Platte has just one full year temperature monitoring site in Englewood. DTU would like to add at least 6 more to help with the management of this improving fishery.
Check the South Platte Project tab for more information on this project.
Current Status 3-page.pdf
Tidbit Temperature sensor in 2″ ABS cap w/plug.