Grand county fishing report for the week of 10-7-19

Here is your Grand County fishing report for the week of 10-7-19. The mornings are getting cold with snow on the forecast this week.

Williams Fork - Surface temp has cooled to 54 warming to 57 on a sunny day. Water capacity is 84%. Ramp hours are 7AM to 7PM. Fishing for all species is slow except for Lake Trout. Young Laker's are hitting grubs, tubes or metal spoons tipped with sucker meat in 70 to 90 foot. The bite is very light, but once your onto the bite you should easily limit. Keep your lines tight and watch for the hit on your rod tip. There are some large Rainbows cruising the shore line. Minnow type baits or spinners may produce some hits. Northern Pike and Kokanee are slow. Randy H - Guide Fishing with

Granby- Columbine bay is closed to fishing from Twin Creek all the way up to Shadow Mountain spillway. Rainbows are back in the shallows and eating just about anything that moves or doesn't. Bait and lures are both catching fish. Night fishing for browns remains excellent. Large minnow style baits or bulky streamers are catching fish. The key is a slow enough retrieve so that your bait makes a wake. Lake trout are in 45-60 feet of water. Bio Bait tubes and twisters tipped with sucker meat has been very good.
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