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Fishing Report

Middle Park fishing report for 8-14-2017


Lake trout are hard-fighting, great-tasting gamefish often misunderstood by the masses.


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

The weather has gotten nicer, along with it the water is starting to warm. This will start to push the lake trout down a little bit.

Last weeks cold weather is keeping the water temps in the area cool. Rainbow fishing is still great in all the area lakes.

Williams Fork is fishing very well around the shorelines. Crank baits, jigs and spoons are all producing at various times of the day. 
Grand Lake is fishing great.
With cool water temperatures giving them free reign to roam, lakers, rainbows and brown trout could be virtually anywhere in the lake during the springtime.
More often than not, however, a few

The ice is coming off most of our boating lakes.High country lakes could still have ice well after Memorial day. 

Williams Fork is fishing very well from the bank for rainbows lakers and a few

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


Late winter is a time of transition for trout and the anglers who pursue them.

This middle park fishing report is brought to you by Fishing with Bernie. Lake Granby has been good to excellent for rainbows and browns along the shorelines.