Reported by Type of Fish: GRADE; Lures Reported Used; Location Reported.
WATER TEMPERATURE: 65-70°F
Bass, Largemouth: GOOD/EXCELLENT; Jigs, B&W Worms; Coves, Pumphouse, Inlets
Bass, Smallmouth: GOOD; Blue Castmasters, Twister Tails; Coves, Shallows
Bass, White: GOOD; Blue Castmasters, Twister Tails; Shallows North End
Blue Gill: FAIR/GOOD; Worms; Shallows
Carp: No report; No bait report; no location
Catfish: FAIR/GOOD; Worms; Weeds, Inlets
Crappie: GOOD/EXCELLENT; Minnows, Rapallas; Pumphouse, Inlet
Trout: GOOD/EXCELLENT; Salmon Eggs, Powerbait; Pumphouse, Inlet
Walleye: GOOD; Live Bait Rigs 20'-30' depth; Marina Cove
Yellow Perch: POOR; Power Bait, Worms; Inlets, Coves
***Reminder - No fishing from marina slips or docks (next to is okay but can't use them in any way.***
NOTE: No snowmobiles or Off Highway Vehicles are allowed on Boyd Lake State Park.
PLEASE NOTE: Any live fish collected for use as bait may only be used in the same body of water from which they were collected. All live bait/fish from a commercial source and transported by anglers must at all times be accompanied by a receipt for the source. Receipt is valid for 7 days. If you do not use all live aquatic bait in one trip, you must provide your own distilled water to transport from each body of water.
See the Colorado Fishing Regulations for further clarification and information.
(Updated: 6/22/2019 3:03 PM)