Here is your middle park report for the week of 5-28-18.


Williams Fork Fishing, Surface temp is in the high 40's. Lake trout can still be found relativity shallow early in the morning. Move to deeper water late morning. Lake Trout bite has been good up to 1:00 PM in 50' to 70' of water on any rubber jig tipped with sucker meat. Shore fisherman are catching small Rainbows casting or tight-lining with bait. Pike bite has been slow but will improve once the lake fills. Their is a lot of debris on the lake right now. Watch out for logs! Randy Hall Guide - Fishing with Grand Lake, Temp mid 40's, Rainbows and browns are in the shallow water eating small spoons, power bait and crawlers. Lake trout can be anywhere in the water column, the best bite seems to be 30-50 feet deep. Power minnows, tubes and spoons are getting bit on a regular basis. Dan Shannon, Jake Foos- Fishing with Bernie Lake Granby, temp low 50's, Rainbows are plentiful around the shorelines and will hit spoons, spinners and bait on the bottom. Browns are near rocky areas and are hitting stick baits early and late in the day. Lake trout are very active, tubes, spoons "Gulp" minnows are all working very well. Key depths are 40-80 feet of water. Bernie Keefe has been guiding the middle park area for over 25 years.
For more info on fishing the area or on booking a guided trip please check out or on Fishing with Bernie | Lake Granby, Colorado's Premier ... <> Here is your Middle Park report for thew week of 5-2 18. The ice is off most of our lakes. The docks are near the ramps but you still have to walk in the mud to get to your boat.