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Fishing Report

Middle Park area fishing report 5-16-2017

The weather has gotten nicer, along with it the water is starting to warm. This will start to push the lake trout down a little bit. The bank fishermen will have another week to try their luck at some larger lake trout. Bait, spoons and... read more

The lake trout have moved shallow, small tubes, power bait twister tails and white gulp minnows have been producing very well. Look for the lake trout on steep rocky drop offs.

The browns are chasing streamers and minnow type crank baits in the evenings and after dark. Low light hours have produced some very nice fish lately.

Streamer action on the rivers is getting better by the week. Lake trout in Granby are getting ready to spawn. Granby has been fishing well for lake trout in 60-80 feet of water.

Throughout the Rocky Mountain region, October brings thoughts of spawning lake trout. However, Colorado guide, Bernie Keefe actually prefers to direct the conversation elsewhere.

During this season,

Streamer action on the rivers is getting better by the week. Granby has been fishing well for lake trout in 60-80 feet of water. Small white and chartreuse jigs have been producing some great fish.

Fall kokanee salmon run offers fine fishing

Autumn is a time of plenty for anglers, as cooling water temperatures spark feeding binges among a variety of gamefish.

The Colorado river in Rocky Mountain National Park is fishing very well for brookies, dry flies in the evening have been awesome. The Colorado is fishing very well with a hopper dropper combo.

The Colorado river in Rocky Mountain National Park is fishing very well for brookies, dry flies in the evening have been awesome.

The fishing report is brought to you by "Fishing with Bernie" (www.fishingwithbernie.com).Not much has changed this week.

The Colorado river in Rocky Mountain National Park is fishing very well for brookies, dry flies in the evening have been awesome.

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