Here is your Grand County fishing report for the week of 10-1-19. Brown trout and kokanee have moved to their spawning beds. Lake trout are next.
Williams Fork - Surface temp is 57 warming to 59. Water capacity is 85% and dropping. Ramp hours are 7AM to 7PM. The inlet is open to fishing. Young Lake Trout are grouped up and hitting small tubes and grubs tipped with sucker meat in 80 to 100 foot. With a little patience and concentrating on the lite bite jiggers should easily catch their limit. Shore fishermen are catching a few Rainbows on the bottom with Power Bait or worms. Trophy sized Rainbows are starting to move into shallow water along the shorelines, cast minnow shaped baits or spoons for them. Northern Pike are also moving into shallower water. Work the shorelines with slow moving baits early and late in the day. Kokanee trolling is slow. Randy H Guide - Fishing with email@example.com
Lake Granby- Rainbows are eating spoons and bait near the inlets. Brown trout fishing at night is excellent. Large minnow style bait have been working very well. Lake trout are still in deeper water, Bio Bait tubes, Plain Jane spoons tipped with sucker meat seem to be working very well.
Grand Lake- Rainbows and brown trout are hitting spoons near the shorelines. Lake trout are schooling up very well around structure.
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