6-10 Middle Park fishing report

Here is your middle park fishing report for the week of 5-10-19. Boat ramp hours are 6am-8pm.

Williams Fork Fishing Report: Water capacity is at 87%. Water clarity is 10 - 15'.  Spring run off has begun. Keep any eye out for floating debris. Main body surface temp has jumped to 54 at 6AM warming to 60 on sunny days. Coves on the west side are running much warmer than the main body which is bringing the Northern's in to sun. A few Northern's are being caught on jerk baits. Lake trout jigging remains good for both large and small laker's in 40 to 80 foot. Grubs and tubes tipped with sucker meat is producing hits. Trolling for laker's is slowing as the fish are moving to deeper water. Shore fishermen bottom fishing are catching Rainbows lake wide with worms or Power bait. We are starting to see Rainbows rising, fly and bubble or spinners should yield some hits. Randy H Guide - Fishing with Bernie

Grand lake: Brown trout fishing is good early and late in the day. Casting lures to the bank should get bit. Rainbows are still hanging around the inlets, small jigs and worms have been producing limits lately. Lake trout are eating small jigs tipped with sucker meat in 30-60 feet of water.

Lake Granby: Rainbow fishing is excellent around the shorelines. Lures early in the morning then bait as the day progresses seem to be working very well. Brown trout has slowed a little this week, the warmer water temps are to blame. Lake trout have started their slow descent into the depths. Fishing is very good with various spoons and jigs tipped with sucker meat in 30-80 feet of water. 

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