Here is your Middle Park fishing report for the week of 7-9-18.
Williams Fork, Surface temp this week is 66 in the early AM warming to low 70's by late afternoon. Water level is 97% and dropping. Lake Trout bite remains good. Best bite is early AM. We are catching fish in 80' to 100' of water on rubber grubs tipped with sucker meat. Hits are coming on bottom or 1" to 2" off the bottom. Northern Pike action is slow to fair depending on weather conditions. The last few hours of the day are you best bet for hooking trophy. Will Fork was stocked last week with Rainbows. Shore fisherman should be able to catch some Rainbows with fly and bubble or small spinners early AM or late PM. Mid day try bottom fishing with bait. Kokanee trolling is slow yielding one or two fish a day. Randy Hall Guide - Fishing with Bernie
Grand Lake, rainbows are eating bugs and spoons near the shorelines early and late in the day. These fish are cruising the shorelines, moving around to find them helps your chances. Lake trout fishing is fair to good, soft plastics tipped with sucker meat or "Gulp" minnows are getting bites throughout the day.
Lake Granby is fishing good for lake trout. Soft plastics tipped with "Gulp" minnows or sucker meat, spoons, hair jigs are all producing for the jiggers. Trollers are catching fish with down riggers on spoons and crank baits. Rainbows are being caught on worms, powerbait and small spoons from the shore. Trollers are catching them on spoons and crank baits.
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