Here is your Grand County fishing report for the week of 9-1-19 The cooler weather will bring cooler water. this will begin to make the fish a little more active. The fall spawners will soon be moving to their spawning areas, other fish will follow.
Williams Fork - Surface temps are cooling to 60/61 early AM warming to 65 on a clear day. Water capacity is 98% and dropping. The new ramp hours are7AM to 7PM. Water clarity is about 10 foot. The Lake Trout bite can be very good for the patient angler. We are catching limits on small grubs or tubes tipped with sucker meat fished in 80 to 100 foot of water. Rainbow fishing has slowed. Bottom fishing with bait is producing a few fish lake wide. Casting fly & bubble or small spinners at rises around sunset is yielding a few fish. Northern Pike are slow. Kokanee are very slow due to lack of population. Randy H Guide - Fishing with firstname.lastname@example.org
Grand Lake - Rainbows are getting active on the surface early and late in the day. A few browns are being caught around the inlets late in the evening or very early in the mornings. Lake trout are starting to group up for the spawn, small grubs tipped with sucker meat will get bit.
Lake Granby - Rainbows are still being caught with bait along the shorelines. A (very)few Kokanee have been caught in Columbine bay, trolling lead core and bright spoons has been working.Lake trout are in 50-100 foot of water, jigs tipped with sucker meat and slab spoons have been working. Trollers are catching them on spoons and small crank baits.
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