: Pueblo Reservoir - The current surface temperature is around 64 degrees and slowly dropping as the days are shorter and nights are getting cooler. The fall bite is just around the corner, as fish will move up to shallower spots to feed to bulk up for winter. Fishing has been fair to good lately. Bass fishing is picking up as they are all gorging on shad. Walleye fishing has been fair to good, with a few smaller walleye beginning to move up into shallower water. Grubs and small crank baits will produce a few bites for walleye in shallow water. There have been a few reports of trout being caught trolling. Catfish are being caught on the west end using chicken liver and worms. Wipers have been far and few between. Boaters are reminded that winter hours are now in effect.