This Lake Granby area fishing report has been brought to you by "Fishing with Bernie". The run off is about over and the bugs are hatching on the rivers. The Frazier river through Winter Park is fishing well for brookies and rainbows. The Colorado river through Rocky mountain national park is fishing excellent for brook trout and the Tonahuto and Adams creek near Grand lake is fishing very well for brookies. Grand lake still has some brown trout hanging around the shoreline as well as a lot of rainbow are being caught also. Shadow mountain spillway and the river below it is producing browns, rainbows and a few lake trout with lures early and late. There are some kokanee biting jigs and waxworms under a bobber very early in the morning. The rainbows and browns in Granby have moved a little further off the shoreline in the lakes but are still catchable. Worms and powerbait are producing rainbows, the browns are still eating rapalas and crawdad imitations. The Lake trout have continued their downward descent into the depths. They can still be caught trolling plugs or jigging. Tube jigs with a small piece of sucker meat have been working well.