Here is your middle park fishing report for the week of 8-13-2108. Williams Fork Fishing Report, Surface temp is 64 in the AM warming to 69/70 by the end of the day. Water level is 92%. For August the lake trout bite is still good on younger fish. We are catching in 80' to 100' of water on rubber grubs tipped with sucker meat. By noon to 1PM jigging goes flat until the evening. Very light hits are at or within a few inches of the bottom. Trollers are catching Rainbows as deep as 20' and picking up an occasional adult Kokanee at 40'. Northern Pike are hit or miss. If the weather stacks up right you have good chance at a trophy. Fish shallow water early AM and late PM. Under blue sunny skies on a calm day fish deeper. Bottom fishing is slow but Rainbows are being caught on small spinners on the east side of the inlet. Randy H Guide - Fishing with email@example.com
Grand Lake, Rainbows are eating flies and small spoons late in the evening. Lake trout are hitting small jigs tipped with sucker meat. Try working 60'-80' along the edges.
Wolford. Kokanee are moving into deeper water. Jigging "slab" spoons like Reel Bait "Plain Jane's" at the tops of the schools has been working well. Trollers are catching fish with squid and dodger combos. Rainbows have been hitting "Power Bait" near the shores.
Lake Granby was stocked with about 9000 catchable rainbows last week. The shoreline fishing should be good early and late in the day. Lake trout are hitting small spoons, tubes and minnow patterns tipped with sucker meat and jigged in 60'-80'of water. Trollers are doing well with down riggers and spoons while fishing 60'-80' over 100'-150' of water.
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