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Pueblo Reservoir Sponsored by
Date 29-Oct-15
Water Condition
Water Temperature  

Conditions : Pueblo Reservoir - Surface temperature on the reservoir is around 63 degrees. Fishing for all species has slowed somewhat in the last two weeks. However, as water temperatures continue to fall, the fishing should pick up. There have been a few reports of anglers catching walleye on bottom bouncers and leeches, as well as trolling various lures and crankbaits. Bass are occasionally putting the bend in rods that are fishing texas-rigged plastics and jerkbaits. Boaters are reminded that the park’s winter boat ramp hours are now 5 a.m. to 6 p.m. The Arkansas river tailwater below the dam has seen an increase in flows in the last few days due to rain. As a result, clarity in the river has dropped. There are still mid-morning trico hatches occurring as well as caddis in the afternoon. Winter water storage is just around the corner, beginning on Nov. 15. This will have a marked impact on the improvement in clarity and overall fishing in the tailwater.?

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