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Pueblo Reservoir Sponsored by
Date 07-Sep-16
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Conditions : Pueblo Reservoir - The current surface temperature is around 73 degrees. Fishing has been fair lately but is expected to start picking up with the cooler nights and shorter days ahead. As water temperatures drop, look for fish to start moving up shallower as they begin their fall feeding progression on shad. Early mornings are still going to be the best bet, as the lake temperature will be at the lowest point during the early morning. Bass can be taken on top-water baits in the early morning hours, as well as soft plastics, buzz baits, and crank baits. The walleye will continue to be found mainly in deeper water, but as water temperatures continue to decline, the walleye will also move up into shallower water. Lindy rigs, grubs, spoons, and live bait are currently producing walleye. Not many reports on trout fishing right now. The catfish are being caught on the west end using chicken liver and worms. Wipers have been few and far between. Boaters are reminded that the boat ramps are open and summer hours from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m.

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