Here is your Grand County fishing report for the week of 8-25-19. The incredible fall fishing is just around the corner.
Granby- A few rainbows are being caught with bait on bottom. In the evening casting small spoons or flies and a bubble is also working. Lake trout are starting to group up for the spawn. This will mix all sizes of fish together, tube jigs, spoons and other assorted plastics tipped with sucker meat will work. Look for depths of 70'-100'.
Williams Fork - Surface temp is starting to drop. Average temp was 64 warming to 70 by the end of the day. Water capacity is 99%. Water clarity is 10 foot. Lake Trout has slowed down but they are still catch-able. Fish 80 to 100 foot of water with small grubs or tubes tipped with sucker meat. Rainbows have also slowed, but some are being caught lake wide bottom fishing with bait. Haven't seen many rises this week, but casting to the rises with small spinners or flies early and late should produce a few fish. Northern Pike are slow. Randy H Guide - Fishing with firstname.lastname@example.org
Grand Lake- Fishing is picking up for rainbows in the early morning or late evening. Casting small spoons around the shorelines will get their attention. Lake trout are hitting assorted small plastics tipped with sucker meat.
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