LA PLATA COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – The Colorado Parks and Wildlife released new video of the runoff from the recent storms near Durango in La Plata County.

(credit: Colorado Parks & Wildlife)

The video shows dark brown water in the Animas River created from ash and debris from the 416 Fire which started at the beginning on June.

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The debris and warmer water temperatures are also causing fish to die.

(credit: Colorado Parks & Wildlife)

Seventy degree water can kill some species of Colorado fish.

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Wildlife officials are asking anglers to fish early in the day in the Animas River while fish are struggling to survive in the warm, ash-thickened water.

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Mud flows are likely to last for months.

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