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Rating - Good   

Wednesday, Jun 26 2024
As of 06/09/2024, 03:00 06:00, 14:00 22:00. Fish more likely to be active during early morning and late afternoon. Trout: With clear skies and calm winds, trout will likely be more active near deeper waters and structures. Use lures that mimic natural prey. Bass: Expect bass to move towards shallow waters during sunny periods. Topwater lures and jigs can be effective near vegetation. Perch: Look for perch in schools near drop-offs and weed beds. Small jigs or live bait under a bobber can yield bites.Hotspot & Techniques: With the current conditions, target bass near sun-warmed rocks using soft plastics or crankbaits. Focus on deeper areas for trout with spoons or spinners.Lure Pattern Suggestions: Morning: Start with topwater lures due to clear conditions. Afternoon: Switch to jigs or spinnerbaits as the day progresses.Water Temperature Insights: The water is at 63F, ideal for active bass near shallower areas and trout in deeper waters. Adjust techniques based on species behavior.Tackle Recommendations: For trout: Light spinning rod with 6lb fluorocarbon line and inline spinners. For bass: Medium-heavy baitcasting setup with 15lb braided line for fishing near cover. For perch: Ultralight spinning rod with 4lb monofilament line for finesse presentations

Wednesday, Jun 26 2024




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Chatfield Reservoir

RECEIVE FISHING REPORT UPDATES!


Rating - Good

As of 06/09/2024, 03:00 06:00, 14:00 22:00. Fish more likely to be active during early morning and late afternoon. Trout: With clear skies and calm winds, trout will likely be more active near deeper waters and structures. Use lures that mimic natural prey. Bass: Expect bass to move towards shallow waters during sunny periods. Topwater lures and jigs can be effective near vegetation. Perch: Look for perch in schools near drop-offs and weed beds. Small jigs or live bait under a bobber can yield bites.Hotspot & Techniques: With the current conditions, target bass near sun-warmed rocks using soft plastics or crankbaits. Focus on deeper areas for trout with spoons or spinners.Lure Pattern Suggestions: Morning: Start with topwater lures due to clear conditions. Afternoon: Switch to jigs or spinnerbaits as the day progresses.Water Temperature Insights: The water is at 63F, ideal for active bass near shallower areas and trout in deeper waters. Adjust techniques based on species behavior.Tackle Recommendations: For trout: Light spinning rod with 6lb fluorocarbon line and inline spinners. For bass: Medium-heavy baitcasting setup with 15lb braided line for fishing near cover. For perch: Ultralight spinning rod with 4lb monofilament line for finesse presentations


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