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Middle Park area fishing report 2-19-2018

 

Here is your middle park fishing report for the week of 2-19-18. Slush is starting to rear its ugly head and with the snow expected this week it might get difficult.

Grand Lake  -  Ice is holding up well despite the warm temps.  Finding 10-16" depending on your location on the lake.   The open water area grows and shrinks depending on the day,  use caution  if venturing out across the lake.   Fishing has been fair,  typical for mid February.   Rainbows are active In the shallower areas best action early in the day on small jigs and salmon eggs.

Middle Park area fishing report 2-12-2018

 

Here is your middle park fishing report for the week of 2-12-18.

Williams Fork Fishing Report , The ice is holding at 10-12” thick in most spots with some slushy areas spread out around the lake. Rainbows are being caught in shallow water (less than 15’) as they start to get into pre-spawn mode. Micro jigs tipped with salmon eggs or mealworms, small tubes, and jigging spoons will all have a good chance at fooling them. A few pike are also being caught in the shallows but the action for them is hit or miss. Lake trout action has been fair to good depending on the day.

Middle Park area fishing report 2-5-2018

 

Here is your middle park fishing report for the week of 2-5-18. 

Grand Lake is fishing well for rainbows along the shorelines. Small jigs tipped with wax worms are working well. Lake trout are eating small tubes and spoons tipped with sucker meat in the depths of 30-80' deep.

Williams Fork Rainbows are in water less then 15' deep and will eat bright colored spoons and jig tipped with wax worms. Pike are still a little slow but can be caught in shallow water. Lake Trout are being caught on small tubes, spoons and various plastics tipped with sucker meat. 

Lake Granby is fishing well

Middle Park fishing report for 1-21-18

Here is your middle park fishing report for the week of Jan 21, 2018. Lake Granby finally capped over. As always be safe and check the ice as you go out. The lake is fishing well for all species. Lake trout are eating tube jigs, spoons powerminnows and bait. Try tipping your jig with a small piece of sucker meat for more bites. Last week we caught fish 10' to 65' deep. Rainbows and browns are hitting bright colored jigs and spoons tipped with wax worms around the shorelines.

Grand Lake, rainbows are also cruising the shorelines eating small bright colored spoons and jigs, look for small

Middle Park fishing report for 1-17-18

 

Here is your middle park fishing report for 1-10-18. I am beginning to think winter has skipped Grand county.Be very careful going out on all lakes, check the ice as you go out.  Lake Granby has ice but it is thin, very weak and open in spots. Grand lake and Williams fork are both fishing well for smaller lake trout near shore. Williams Fork is also fishing well for rainbows. Willow creek is fishing good to great for rainbows along the shorelines and kokanee in the deeper water are also eager when you find them. Shadow Mountain is fishing well for browns and rainbows.

Middle Park fishing report for 1-10-18

 

Here is your middle park fishing report for 1-10-18. I am beginning to think winter has skipped Grand county.Be very careful going out on all lakes, check the ice as you go out.  Lake Granby has ice but it is thin, very weak and open in spots. Grand lake and Williams fork are both fishing well for smaller lake trout near shore. Williams Fork is also fishing well for rainbows. Willow creek is fishing good to great for rainbows along the shorelines and kokanee in the deeper water are also eager when you find them. Shadow Mountain is fishing well for browns and rainbows.

Middle Park fishing report for 1-3-18

Here is your 1st middle park fishing report for the 2018 fishing season. We finally received cold enough temps to put ice on the reservoirs. Lake Granby froze partially over this morning. Williams Fork also froze over this morning. The rainbows in Willow Creek, Grand lake and Shadow mtn reservoir are eating small colorful jigs tipped with wax worms. Kokanee are in deeper water and will attack orange spoons or other bright colored lures and jigs. Shadow Mtn spillway is loaded with 6"-10" rainbows. Please check ice conditions as you head out. 
Bernie Keefe (www.fishingwithbernie)has been

Autumn Glory

on Sat, 10/07/2017 - 11:50
 
While some open-water trout and salmon fans stow their tackle for the season, savvy anglers who understand these popular species' seasonal patterns know that now is the time for some of the year's best fishing.
 
Here's what you need to know to catch hard-fighting rainbows, browns, lakers and kokanee salmon.
 
"Unlike walleyes, bass, pike and panfish, which spawn in the spring and early summer, most salmonids are fall spawners," says veteran fishing guide Bernie Keefe.