Enter the zip code of the area you are going and it will give you your weather...We included a few zip codes on the bodies of water you guys go to the most...Use the following zip codes to check your forecast...
11 Mile, Antero, Bear Creek, Blue Mesa, Chatfield, Cherry Creek, Evergreen, Georgetown and Golden Gate..
2016: Our reports are pretty much just to let you know what's frozen and what's not...We do have numbers at the bottom of this page to the lakes and reservoirs for you to get more info from them...
If you click on the " settings " tab on the weather map to the left and put in the zip code of were you want to fish, you can get the local forecast...We have put a couple of zip codes to the popular places to ice fish on here for you...
Check the bottom of the page for recorded fishing information..
Thank you to the Colorado Division of Wildlife for letting us use weekly fishing reports from all around around Colorado...
Also thanks to Robby Richardson from icefishcolorado.com for the reports for Blue Mesa, Antero, and 11 Mile Reservoirs....
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).
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).
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).
Golden Gate Canyon State Park offers five fishing ponds open year-round to all park visitors. The ponds are Kriley, Slough, Ranch Ponds East and West, and Dude's Fishing Hole. Each angler is allowed four fish per day with eight being the maximum number in possession. No live baits are allowed with the exception of worms. Please call the Visitor Center for directions at 303-582-3707.
Evergreen Lake is a small lake in the foothills outside of Denver. Fishing is allowed from sunrise to sunset with both live bait and artificial lures...It is set beside a beautiful golf course that often has Elk and deer running all over...This is one of my top fishing holes...
Blue Mesa Reservoir is Colorado's largest body of water. Created by Blue Mesa Dam, Blue Mesa Reservoir is 20 miles (32 km) long, has 96 miles (154 km) of shoreline, and is the largest Lake Trout and Kokanee salmon fishery in the United States. Blue Mesa Dam was completed in 1945, becoming the first large dam built along the Gunnison River. The Black Canyon of the Gunnison begins below Blue Mesa Dam.
Antero reservoir is being drained this summer ( 2015 )...
This 2200 acre impoundment is located north of US Highway 24 between Antero Junction and the town of Hartsel. For updated fishing reports, please contact Colorado Parks and Wildlife Northeast Region Service Center (303-291-7227) or for ice conditions contact The Jefferson Market (719-836 -2389).
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)
|General fishing season dates||303-291-7533|
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