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Pueblo Reservoir Sponsored by
Date 18-May-16
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Conditions : Pueblo Reservoir - Spring fishing conditions at Lake Pueblo have been hit and miss on the shore. The west end of the lake is now ice-free. Flows on the tailwater below the dam have increased, as winter water storage has ended. Water is being released to make room for runoff, which is just around the corner. Fishing has been good on the tailwater for trout. Even with the increase in release, flows are still relatively low, and the river is still manageable for wading. Anglers are reporting success?s on blue winged olive and midge patterns. ?Arrive early with this nice weather because the river section has been busy lately. Anticline Ponds and Valco Ponds are also a good place to try, as fishing for pan fish and trout have been productive. As always, please continue to follow the rules and regulations regarding method of take, size limits, and bait use while on the river. If you have any questions please stop in to the visitor center or ask a ranger on the park.

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