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Middle Park area fishing report 6-5-2017

Lake Granby

Water temps are in the 50's in the morning. The lake is filling 1/2-1' a day. Please. be careful there is a lot of floating debris on the lake. Rainbow fishing is great around the inlets, those willing to hike into Columbine bay from Shadow Man spillway will be rewarded with some great fly fishing. Browns are still eating minnows and crawdads around the rocky areas during low light periods, tubes, jerk baits and spoons are all producing fish. Lake trout have started to move out of the shallow water.

Middle Park area fishing report 5-30-2017

 
Grand lake has been fishing fair to good depending on the weather.   Water clarity is approximately 6ft, with lots of water coming in.  Best time to be out is early and late.   Brown trout and rainbow trout are biting on worms,  chrome spinners,  and crankbaits fished along the shorelines. Lake trout are moving deeper as the water warms and can be caught fishing the drop offs with tube jigs and sucker meat,   the depth varies depending on the day but typically between 30-75 ft.   Dan Shannon - Guide,  Fishing with Bernie
Granby has been great for rainbows, browns and lakers.

Middle Park area fishing report 5-22-2017

 

The spring like conditions are keeping a lot of fish in the shallow water. The water temps in the 3 lakes area are still below 50 degrees. 

Rainbows are eating worms, flies, power bait and an assortment of lures. Fishing seems to be best around running water and in the backs of coves. 

Brown trout can be caught around rocks with crank baits, spoons jigs and worms. Fishing has been best during cloudy, windy and wet conditions.

Lake trout have been caught from 5-100 feet deep on an assortment of lures and bait.

Middle Park area fishing report 5-8-2017

Last weeks cold weather is keeping the water temps in the area cool. Rainbow fishing is still great in all the area lakes. Creeks and other inlets (even just the little "seeps" hold large numbers of rainbows and suckers. Bait on the bottom, jigs under bobbers, small spinners or spoons and small soft plastic baits are all working. Brown trout are eating minnows and crawfish around rocky areas. Minnow baits like the Berkley Cutter, tubes or other soft plastics and marabou jigs are all working during low light periods.

Middle Park area fishing report 3-29-17

The ice is off of Wolford and Williams Fork. Trout fishing is awesome early and late in the day. Crank baits, ice jigs under a bobber, spoons, bait, tubes are all working very well. 

The rivers are fishing very well with an assortment of nymphs, small crank baits and other lures. 

Granby and Grand Lake still have ice, a snow movie went through the ice on Granby last week. It took 2 guys all day to get it out, proceed with caution and at your own risk. 

Surefire Spring Trout Strategies

on Thu, 03/30/2017 - 08:21

 

Late winter is a time of transition for trout and the anglers who pursue them. Admittedly, figuring out productive patterns while shifting from ice fishing to open-water mode can be intimidating, but those who know where and how to tackle spring trout can enjoy some of the year’s best fishing. 

“Rainbow trout are a great example,” says veteran trout guide Bernie Keefe. “They’re active, hungry and willing to bite.” 

Keefe targets tributaries and lakes in the Colorado high country a short cast west of Denver, but his spring rainbow strategies produce results in systems across the