My biggest fish of the day, the water is still very clear so I have been sticking to light line presentations. It has made for some harrowing landings and some lost fish. The blue gill action has picked up and I have been landing one or two each time out. I have had the best success on smaller hard baits and drop shooting senko.
Fishing Report Provided by Rocky Mountain Recreation - Megan Hozinsky
Average: 3(1 vote)
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Fish Caught | Lunker: using a
July 18, 2014
The water temperature is 74 degrees. Striper are fishing decently well. The main action is over at the dam/inlet area. Boils can be seen in the morning and most anglers are using Anchovies, Chicken Livers, swim baits, and jigs. Bluegill were being caught over on the East end using Red and Wax worms. Catfish are being caught in Catfish Alley and in the Coves. The bait of choice has been Garlic Nightcrawlers, Anchovies, and Cut Mackerel. Largemouth are still hanging out in the reeds and grass. They are hitting on Robo Worms, Jigs, Spinners, and Wax Worms. Carp are everywhere still.
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