Went out this morning with my pops and son and went straight to the damn with our Bass boat... Seeing plenty of boils, started throwing blue and silver crocodiles and pulling striper after striper... a Slow Sinking Spro Swim bait also seemed very effective. We couldnt get a striper off and back in the water fast enough before re casting and getting onto another.. I unfortunately didnt start my go pro and only have a good story to tell.. but we will be back out again in a couple days to relive it and I will make sure I have the evidence this time... if your lookig for a fun day out with the kids or whoever, go check out skinner. I havent been in a few months and it definately has picked up!
Striped Bass (Striper)
Fishing Report Provided by Rocky Mountain Recreation - Megan Hozinsky
Average: 3(1 vote)
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Fish Caught | Lunker: using a
October 17, 2014
Water temperature is 74 degrees. Striper are fishing well. There have been boils early in the morning by the dam. This is a great time for topwaters. Cut Mackerel, Shad, Spooks, and Chicken Livers are also working well in that area. Bluegill are slow with only a few reported by the Marina on Meal Worms and Wax Worms. Catfish are fishing extremely well at ramps 1 and 2, coves, and Catfish Alley on Chicken Livers, Mackerels, and Night Crawlers. Large mouth are fishing ok over by the North Shore and across from the Marina on topwaters. Worms are working for them as well. Plenty of Carp to try and catch.
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