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What can you catch in the lakes listed below??? Trout, kokanee salmon, mackinaw and northern pike are the primary attraction on most frozen lakes, warm-water fishermen also can find some interesting possibilities... Reservoirs along the northern Front Range hold walleyes, catfish, crappie and yellow perch...
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This 205 acre impoundment is located on Morrison Road, just east of C-470 in Lakewood. Fish that can be caught include saugeye over 20”, and rainbow trout.
For updated fishing reports and ice conditions, contact Bear Creek Lake Park (303-697-6159).
Check the phone number below for this lake...
This 1,100 acre impoundment is located on South Wadsworth Boulevard, about 0.5 miles south of C-470. Fish that can be caught include rainbow trout 15-18”, walleye over 24”, smallmouth bass, bluegill and black crappie.
For updated fishing reports and ice conditions, contact Chatfield State Park (303-791-7275).
This 800 acre impoundment is located just east of I-225 and south of Parker Road. Fish that can be caught include rainbow trout, walleye over 24”.
For updated fishing reports and ice conditions, contact Cherry Creek State Park (303-690-1166).
These three lake reports will come from Robby Richardson on icefishcolorado.com...He guides these lakes and can give a more accurate lake report
This 3400 acre impoundment is located south of US Highway 24 between Wilkerson Pass and the town of Hartsel...
For updated fishing reports and ice conditions, contact Elevenmile State Park (719-748-3401
This 54 acre impoundment is located on I-70 just north of the town of Georgetown. Fish that can be caught include rainbow trout and brown trout.
For updated fishing reports, contact the Colorado Division of Wildlife Northeast Region Service Center (303-291-7227).
The small mouth bass stocked a few years ago are really coming into good numbers as well as the Kokannee Salmon, stocked last year are coming up nice. They both hitting on the Chartruese wax worms on a red tungsten jig. I have had good luck with the Kokannee on Airplane jigs. It doesn't matter what you throw on the end of them, the action brings them in. The Tiger Muskie have been hitting red number 12 hooks with a Berkley Gulp Minnow Head on it. The trout are still working the Pualtzkie Yellow Salmon Eggs and we are having fun.
|General fishing season dates||303-291-7533|
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