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Grand County fishing report for the week of 8-25-19

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 berniekeefe@hotmail.com

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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7-22-19 Grand County fishing report

Here is your weekly Grand County fishing report for the week of 7-28-19. Williams Fork; Surface temp is 65 in the early AM warming to 70/71 late in the day. Water capacity is 99%. Water clarity is about 10' in the main body. With the high surface temps Northern Pike are feeding frequently... this is one of the best times of year to hook up with big fish. Northern fishing is slow, but the persistent angler should be able to come up with some follows and possibly get hit or two. Work deeper water early AM, shallower water late PM. The 15" to 21" lake trout bite is good for a few hours in the morning then drops to random hits late AM. We are catching in 70' to 100 ' of water with small tubes or grubs tipped with sucker meat. Rainbows are being caught lake wide bottom fishing with Power Bait, worms or Salmon eggs. Casting small spinners or spoons early and late in the day at rises, or working the inlet where the river meets the lake can be very productive. Randy H Guide - Fishing with Bernie

Lake Granby; Water temps are in the low 70's and the lake is full. The flow in the inlets has slowed down and so has the trout bite. There are still rainbows being caught around the shorelines on bait. Earlier or later is better. Rainbows are still cruising the shallow areas looking for bug hatches, if you see this happening cast a small spoon to the rise. Lake trout are being caught in 70'-100' of water close to an edge. Patience is the key, groups of fish will come by. Some will bite somme won't.

Grand Lake; A few lake trout are still being caught in 50'-100' of water. Small jigs tipped with sucker meat seems to be the most consistent bite. The rainbow fishing has gotten tougher but a few are still being caught trolling the shorelines.
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6-17-19 Middle Park fishing report

Lake Granby: As of today the lake is 15' low and rising 3/4' a day. Temps are 56 in the mornings. There are still a few suckers and lots of rainbows in the inlets. Worms will catch both species. Shoreline fishing for rainbows is good with Power Bait, worms, Flies, spinners and spoons. Brown trout are still hitting crank baits cast near the rocks along the shorelines. Lake trout will continue their travels to deeper water. Spoons, tube jigs, hair jigs and various grubs tipped with sucker meat are all working, try 30-80 feet of water.

Grand Lake: Rainbows are fishing very well by any flowing water, worms, spinners or flies are all producing fish. Browns are hitting crank baits or tubes cast up to the rocks along the shorelines. Lake trout fishing is very good, try tubes or spoons tipped with sucker meat.

Williams Fork Fishing Report: Surface temp is 55 early AM warming to near 60 on a sunny day. Water clarity is 10 -15' in the main body. Run off is beginning to cloud the water and bring debris into the lake. Keep an eye out for logs on the lake. Water capacity is 93%. Lake trout bite is fair to good in-spite of recent heavy pressure. Large and small Lakers are hitting grubs or tubes tipped with sucker meat in 40 - 80 foot. Kokanee trolling is very slow. A few Northern's are being caught in the bays and edges of the lake. Bottom fishing for Rainbows with bait is still good, as is casting fly & bubble or small spinners early and late in the day. Randy H Guide -  Fishing with berniekeefe@hotmail.com

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Middle Park area fishing report 3-22-2018

Here his your middle park fishing report for the week of March 22nd. Spring conditions are upon us, be aware of the ice your on. Look for soft spots and open water. 

Grand Lake - ice is holding

Middle Park area fishing report 3-15-2018

Grand Lake - Ice conditions are holding up, we had some cool mornings last week, but check as you go with spring upon us things can change fast.

Middle Park area fishing report 3-5-2018

Here is your Middle park fishing report for the week of 3-5-2018. The slush seems to have frozen up. We are seeing people walking a long ways out and ate's around the lake.

middle Park area fishing report 2-26-2018

The lake is in the process of freezing the slush back up and walkers as well as machines are starting to get along just fine. William Fork Reservoir fishing report. The ice is holding up well

Middle Park area fishing report 2-19-2018

Here is your middle park fishing report for the week of 2-19-18. Slush is starting to rear its ugly head and with the snow expected this week it might get difficult.

Grand Lake  -  Ice is slushy

Middle Park area fishing report 2-12-2018

Here is your middle park fishing report for the week of 2-12-18.

Williams Fork Fishing Report , The ice is holding at 10-12” thick in most spots with some slushy areas spread out around the lake.

Middle Park area fishing report 2-5-2018

Here is your middle park fishing report for the week of 2-5-18. 

Grand Lake is fishing well for rainbows along the shorelines. Small jigs tipped with wax worms are working well.