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Fishing Report

Middle Park fishing report for 9-18-2017

 

Gear Up Now For Your Best Fall Ever 

Summer’s demise signals the approach of some of the year’s best trout and salmon fishing, when browns, ‘bows, brookies, lakers and kokanee head shallow and

 

Grand Lake is fishing very well along the shorelines for rainbows with spoons, small spinners and flies.

This weeks middle park report is brought to you by Fishing with Bernie. The temps in the morning are dropping to 32 degrees, Snow has made an appearance in the valley also.

 

This middle park fishing report is being brought to you by "Fishing with Bernie". With the cool nights and PM thunder storms the surface temp at Williams Fork is now 63 in the morning warming to

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Finding and catching fish on an unfamiliar body

Here is your middle park fishing report for the week of August 8. 

Grand Lake, Water temp remains in the mid 60’s.

Here is your middle park area fishing report for the week of August 1st.

Williams Fork's surface temps remain at 66 in the morning warming to the low 70 by late afternoon.

Grand lake 7/23/17
Water temp is mid 60's by afternoon.

 

Grand Lake -    Water is still coming into the lake fast and the channel to Shadow Mountain has a very strong current,  lots of debris on the water.  Water clarity is about 8ft.

 

Here is you Middle Park fishing report for the week of June 13th.

Williams Fork Fishing Report

Surface temp was 57 at 6AM.

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