Latest Update: 5/17/2018.
We will update these reports as often as necessary to keep our fellow anglers in tune with changes.
We are starting to see more and more still water open up as Spring continues. Most of the lakes on the front range have cleared off ice. High alpine lakes are still going to be a while before we see them open and the fishing turn on. Everything in-between the front range and high alpine is hit or miss at this point. Swing by either St. Pete's shop to get the  on the newest news for still water in our surrounding areas.

                                                       

 

 

 

Warmwater Species

Bass: Slump Buster #4, Meat Whistle #2, BH Bugger #10, ThinMint #8-10, Seal Bugger #10, Hoover Mover #4, Creek Crawler #4, Hada's Near 'Nuff Crayfish #4, Clouser Minnow #4,  Micro-Poppers #8, Covert Mission #4, Pearly Popper #6, Neon Popper #6

Carp: Carp Crack #6, Hoover Mover #4, Swimming Nymph #6, Back Stabber #4, Dirty Monkey #4, Hare's Ear #14, Carpalicious #6


Coldwater Species

 

Trout: Leeches #10-12, Buggers #8-14, Rickards Seal Bugger #10,  or Olive/Orange, JuJu Chronomid blood #14-18, Crystal Chironomids #10-14, Balanced Leech Black #10, Callibaetis #16

Pike: Barry's Pike Fly 2/0, Hare Grub #2, Roosta Fly 3/0, Flashtail Whistler 3/0

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