Monday, April 7, 2014

Club fishing plans for week of April 7

Boaters and float tubers will visit Boedecker Reservoir on Tuesday, April 8, following up on reports of a good crappie in the lake west of Loveland.  There's no specific start time; you might want to be there around 9 a.m., when it's warmed up a bit but hopefully not yet wind-blown.

Meanwhile, John Gwinnup is planning a trip Tuesday to Parvin Lake, the great little Parks & Wildlife-managed property near Red Feather for some early-season open water trout fishing.  If you'd like to join him, he'll be leaving from the King Sooper parking lot on 29th street at 8 a.m.

For the stout-hearted, the first catfishing trip of the season is planned for Thursday night, 8 p.m., at Lon Hagler.  Join us at the parking area at the south end of the lake.  Look for anglers who cleverly bundled up for the cold, brought a lawn chair and warm or warming liquids, armed with one- to two-ounce weights, a 1/0 hook or better, and catfish baits like uncooked shrimp, chicken liver or night crawlers.

All these ambitious plans are subject to rapid change; this is early April in Colorado.


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