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FISHING REGULATION BOOKLETS for COLORADO WYOMING MONTANA IDAHO 1988-89 LOT of 4
5 Waterproof Tear Resistan Colorado Fishing Maps.
It was almost 10am when the four wheels of our truck rolled into the dirt parking lot at Deep Lake, nearly 10500 feet high in Colorado's Rocky Mountains.
If you are not catching, you need to change colors. The kokanee salmon fishing has been really slow. There has been a few descent kokanee caught between Deer and Duck Islands. Fishing at the lake continues to be great with anglers catching pike, blue gills, crappie and small mouth bass. Jackson Lake. Lake level is relatively full, down only four to five feet. Fishing is really good for trout and walleye. Fishing for all other species is fair to poor. North Sterling Reservoir. The water temperature is 85 F. The South Boat Ramp has been reopened on a day to day basis depending on weather. Bass, perch, crappie, bluegill, and catfish have been caught at Balance Rock and off the Dam. Catfish have also been caught off the West Trail head as well as off Sunset Cove. Large catfish have been caught up the Darby Arm as well as crappie. Walleye have been caught in the outlet on worms. The trout fishing is good. Trout are hitting on many different things, among them are callibaetis, midges, and hares ears along with kastmasters, Tasmanian devils, and needlefish. The pike fishing has been good and there is lots of pike action going on right now rapalas, zonkers, daredevls, and tasmanian devils. Fishing has been fair at the Charlie Meyers. Southeast Colorado. Adobe Creek Reservoir (Blue Lake). The fishing has been slow for all species. Flows are 110 cubic feet per second in Hayden Meadows, 180 cubic feet per second in Granite, 350 cubic feet per second in Browns Canyon and 420 cubic feet per second below Salida. Throughout the corridor, the water is very clear and so, regardless of approach, more rewards will rise to the stealthy. A cautious and low-key approach to the water, clothing with muted colors, and lighter tippets/fluorocarbon will all add incrementally to one's catch rate. Fishing for catfish has been fair. Fishing for other species has been slow. Clear Creek Reservoir. Fishing conditions at Clear Creek Reservoir remain slow. The majority of fish caught are rainbow trout between 8 to 12 inches. Successful fly fishermen caught trout on green woolly buggers at the southeast corner of reservoir. Crystal Lakes. Fishing at Crystal Lakes has slowed over the last couple of weeks. However, fishermen from both the shore and in belly boats continue to have decent success on assorted flies, lures, and spinners. The rainbow trout fishing has been good. Plenty of anglers are still catching their bag limit after a few hours. There have been fewer fly fishermen as the river has lowered and cleared. Bait fisherman still do well with PowerBait and worms. Fishing is fairly slow, but some anglers have been catching a few nice-sized bluegills and other panfish. John Martin Reservoir. Fishing on the reservoir is still very slow compared to last year. Anglers are having some luck catching walleye, saugeye, and white bass behind the trestle. The fishing is picking up on both lakes. Some late season trout are starting to bite on both lakes, as well as some walleye on Martin. Anglers are catching some pan fish and a few small catfish early in the day and toward dusk. A few anglers have caught some larger catfish on the Arkansas River south of the Pond. The fishing has slowed somewhat in the last few weeks. Fly fisherman are doing well along the inlet with insect imitations such as hoppers or beetles. The ponds were recently stocked and the fishing is good. Fly fisherman have been using streamers and insect imitations and have been successful. The water temperature is in the upper 60's. The trout fishing from shore has been good this week. Trout are biting on various colors of powerbait and night crawlers. We had a 25-pound catfish caught last Sunday. Some reports of some smaller catfish are coming in also. Boaters are still catching walleye, perch, trout and some small wiper using jigs, and trolling. Northwest Colorado. State Forest State Park. There are still good catches reported on both powerbait and spinners. The same is true at North Michigan Reservoir. The fish have been very active in the tail water and inlet of North Michigan Reservoir and they are hungry for any dry fly and many.Source: www.denverpost.com
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