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Taylor Canyon Fire Station Ground Breaking

Taylor Canyon Fire Station Groundbreaking Celebrated

July 3 fire station groundbreaking brings together canyon residents and project partners Independence Day weekend was the perfect opportunity to gather residents of the Taylor Canyon, Spring Creek and Crystal Creek areas, representatives of the Gunnison County Fire Protection District and community partners for a Taylor Canyon Fire Station groundbreaking. Approximately 175 were on hand …

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Taylor Canyon Fire Station

Taylor Canyon Fire Station Approved

  Wilder on the Taylor, along with residents who live in the Taylor Canyon and areas northeast of of Almont, have teamed up with the Gunnison County Fire Protection District to expedite the vision of building a fire station in our area. Just last month, Gunnison County approved the application for land-use change and the …

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Mountain Land- Wilder on the Taylor River Scene

Mountain Land & Home Sales Amp Up as COVID-19 Lingers

Colorado’s Wilder on the Taylor offers wide-open spaces, outdoor pursuits and easy living Colorado has long been known for its Rocky Mountain splendor and outdoor lifestyle, ideal characteristics for people seeking space and respite from hot spots of COVID-19. Mountain properties like Wilder on the Taylor, located along the Taylor River between Crested Butte and …

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Fishing Report: October 2020

Taylor River Fishing Report: October 2020

With the most recent drop in temperatures, it feels like fall is finally here in the Gunnison/Crested Butte area. Colorful foliage and colorful fish lead to memorable experiences. Fish can be spooky and the flies can be small, but if you do it right, Taylor River fishing doesn’t get much better. Outflow from Taylor Reservoir …

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Early Fall Taylor River Fishing Report

Fall Taylor River Fishing Report: September 2020

Master Guide Ben Riedel gives his early Fall Taylor River Fishing Report for September 2020. Ben’s fishing reports will make you want to test your luck on Wilder’s waterways as soon as possible, and he provides tips for flies to catch a monster trout. Days are getting shorter and colder, water temps are dropping, and …

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July Taylor River Fishing Report Feature Photo

July Taylor River Fishing Report: Early July 2020

What bugs should you use for the best chance to catch a monster trout? Master Fly Fishing Guide, Ben Riedel provides the answer in his July Taylor River Fishing Report. Current Taylor River flows at Wilder are hovering around 380cfs. Outflow at Taylor Park Reservoir is at 305cfs and it won’t be reduced until the …

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Forestry Conservation Project with National Forest Foundation

Forestry Conservation Project Well Underway

Wilder on the Taylor is unique in that it is centrally located in the heart of the Gunnison National Forest surrounded by two million acres of Federal Forest. Developed as a Colorado ranch community, Wilder on the Taylor is a perfect example of responsible preservation of the tradition and values of the Western Ranching culture. …

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Taylor River Fishing Report June 2020

Taylor River Fishing Report: June 2020

Wilder’s Master Fly Fishing Guide, Ben Riedel, gives his detailed Taylor River Fishing Report for June. It’s a must read before heading out to the river. Current conditions at Wilder are changing quickly. Longer days, warmer nights, and rising water temperatures, are promoting bug and fish activity. It still looks like a fantastic summer for …

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