Here is your middle park fishing report for the week of 12-26-2018. Ice conditions are changing daily, please use extreme caution while walking on the ice. Check the ice as you go.
Grand lake is fishing well for rainbows in 3'-12' of water. Tiny jigs tipped with wax worms or small spoons are enticing strikes. Lake trout are eating 1"-3" grubs and tubes tipped with sucker meat in 30'-80' of water.
Williams Fork, Rainbows are in shallow water eating very bright jigs tipped with wax worms or very small pieces of sucker meat. Small jigs tipped with sucker meat are getting bit by lakers in 50'-80' of water. A few pike are being caught with spoons in 10'-15' of water.
Granby, Lake trout are hitting tubes, spoons and bled baits all tipped with sucker meat in 30'-80' of water. (Make sure your sucker meat does not interfere with the action of the lure). Rainbows and browns are hitting small jigs tipped with wax worms in 6'-10' of water.
PLEASE BE CAREFUL AND CHECK THE ICE AS YOU GO OUT!
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