Here is your middle park fishing report for the week of 12-10-2018. Please use extreme caution while walking on the ice. Check it as you go. Grand Lake is frozen. Small jigs tipped with sucker meat are working for lake trout. Rainbows are eating tiny jigs tipped with wax worms or other larvae in the shallows.
Willow Creek is froze, rainbows are in the shallows eating ice jigs, small spoons and small jigging raps tipped with wax worms, worms or eggs. There are a few spawned out salmon along the shoreline. Don't move your lures too fast for these fish, they don't have any tails left.
Shadow is froze, Small browns and rainbows are eating tiny ice jigs early in the morning. Once the sun hits the ice it's over.
Granby is getting closer but for now we still have lots of shore fishing to do. Casting lures like leech flutter spoons, last masters, tube jigs will get bit by rainbows, browns and lakers. The key is to keep moving till you catch fish.
The north park lakes are froze, small jigs with wax worms fished in less than 10' of water will entice strikes from rainbows and brown trout.
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