Latest Gila Wilderness Stories
By KARL F MOFFATT Gila: Iron Creek has two-bag limit, open all year For many anglers, July 1 has always meant opening day on the spectacular and now wildly popular Valle Vidal in Northern New Mexico. But this year savvy anglers can beat the crowds by heading south into the rugged Gila Wilderness to stalk the rare and beautiful Gila trout. Fresh off the endangered species list after a long-running, and often heroic, recovery effort, the Gila trout is up for grabs in three creeks in the...
The Gila National Forest is a protected national forest in New Mexico in the southwestern United States established in 1905. It covers about 2,710,659 acres of public land, making it the 6th largest National Forest in the continental U.S. The forest also manages the part of Apache National Forest that lies in New Mexico which totals an additional 614,202 acres for a total of 3.3 million acres managed by the Gila National Forest. A portion of the area, the Gila Wilderness and the Blue Range...
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