I thought I would go over to Pueblo reservoir state Park and do a little fishing this morning. The weather was great, and I wasn't doing anything, but first I needed to get a fishing license.
Pueblo reservoir state Park Campground
Now I don't mind buying a fishing license anymore because in Colorado if you're a resident that's older than dirt you get a fishing license for a dollar. So I gave the young man at the counter my drivers license and told him I would like a fishing license. he looked at it and said it was too new and didn't show that I had lived in Colorado for more than six months and that I would need at least two papers or a photo ID to prove that I had lived in Colorado for that long. Finally I remembered my Colorado concealed carry permit and that was good enough to get me a fishing license.
view from the campground
I drove to Pueblo reservoir state Park and paid my 7 DOLLARS to get in. In New Mexico I was paying eight dollars to get into the State Parks and camp for one night. I fished a little while and didn't get a bite, that's about par for the course, but I did find an almost new Rapala fishing lure laying on the bank and since there kind of expensive that made it all worthwhile.