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Granby & Grand Lake Sponsored by
Date 03-Aug-18
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Conditions : Lake Granby - Lev: 2 ft low 06.20.18 Goosehunter82 Conditions Report 06.20.18 from: Goosehunter82 Fished with Bron and Captain doughgball this morning for about 6 hours. We got one fish to the boat trolling. Nothing jigging. Water clarity was good for a couple of feet. Nice day the lake. 06.18.18 from: Desertsky Went out with a buddy today from 10am to 2pm not expecting anything great. Water clarity is about 3-4ft at least and a bit muddy near the shorelines. Lake is completely full. One thing of note is the main dam area now had bouys around it saying area closed. I have not seen those there before and that dam face was my favorite place for trout. Kastmasters seemed to be what they wanted today. Rainbow trout color (pink stripe). I hooked one and my buddy hokked two. All got off.

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About: - Lake Granby: is the second largest body of water in Colorado. The lake offers has 40 miles of shoreline. Lake Granby is part of the Arapaho National Recreation Area (ANRA) which encompasses five lakes and reservoirs at the upper end of the Colorado River Valley.
Directions:Lake Granby is off U.S. 34 north about 5 miles from Granby.

Grand Lake is the largest natural body of water in Colorado and the highest yacht anchorage in the world. It is situated at the western gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park and the beginning of incredible Trail Ridge Road, home to some of the most fantastic scenery in Colorado.

Anglers will find rainbow, brook, mackinaw and cutthroat trout in abundance and large kokanee salmon as well. Grand Lake, as well as man-made Shadow Mountain, Willow Creek and Granby Reservoirs are home to excellent fishing and over 150 miles of shoreline.

Shadow Mountain Lake is located just north of Granby Colorado. The lake is about 1300 surface acres with 8 miles of shoreline. Fish species are browns, rainbow and salmon. Developments include 1 campground with 80 campsites and 2 boat-launch ramps. Good access is readily available. Facilities are closed in winter due to ice and snow conditions, but Shadow and neighboring Grand Lake do offer winter fishing tournaments.

  • rainbow trout
  • mackinaw trout
  • salmon

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