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Location & Directions 719-748-0317
Store Hours: Monday - Sunday 7:00AM to 7:00PM Beginning May 1
 
 
 
 
 

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Eleven Mile Weekly Fishing Report 05.26.16

MARINA STORE HOURS: MAY THROUGH AUGUST: 7:00AM to 7:00PM M - S

HAVE A GREAT MEMORIAL HOLIDAY WEEKEND

Contact Us to book your 11 Mile Marina Summer Season Fishing Guide Trip Smacked em good on an 11 Marina Guide Trip ala Randy.

CONDITIONS: All Park facilities are open effective this weekend. The annual hatch is on. Its started last Friday and more than likely will stick around through the weekend. They don't bite but it can be annoying. The water has remained cold which is a bit odd but we did have a week of cold, rain and snow.

THE DECK AT 11 MILE MARINA: It won't be long. We are almost done with our new deck attached to the Marina Building. Should be a great place to hang out. We will be conducting seminars on the deck through out the summer in addition to crawfish boils, live entertainment on weekends and more. Have a special event, the deck can hold 100 people. Give us a call. And what a view.

WATER FLOW:  75.8  IN  61  OUTOur new deck opening soon!
WATER TEMP: 51

TROUT:FAIR TO GOOD: The hatch has made things more difficult. Best to fish early in the AM or later in the day. Now the wind is your friend. It keeps the bugs at bay and the fish tend to bite better. The most productive spoon on the troll has been the Pink and White Needlefish. Other baits like Kastmaster, Tasmanian Devil and Krocodile are also effective but Needlefish was the lure de jour last week. Shore action best at sundown and early AM. Throw all the baits out there and one of them is bound to work.

KOKANEE SALMON: POOR: There is life starting to appear. Small fish in the 12 to 14 inch range have turned up when least suspected. We should see some steady improvement. Look to Arnies Dynamac in Green and Orange. Pink Tasmanians also are a good start.

NORTHERN PIKE:FAIR POOR: Action is sporadic. Sunday saw a great bite with alot of nice fish caught. Of course the biggest was a 40 inch 22 lb monster caught on Chartreuse Power Bait. Never fails, at least once a year that happens in the Spring. Rapala has been the most effective lure.Must have been the right place at the righht time.

DREAM STREAM: We want to welcome  Scott Gardner to our guide staff. Scott hails from the Adirondack's in upstate New York. He owned and operated his own guide service for over 10 years. Scott and family have moved to Colorado as his wife's career required the move. He has been working the Dream hard of late and will be bringing us a new addition to the Weekly Fishing Report. Spread the word.

Water temperature in the mid 40's with a little color in the water from recent precipitation and melt. Low flow
requires Nymphs 18-22 in deeper pools and on the bends. Dry flys 18-20 midges and bwo's to rising fish. Most
of the spawning fish have moved back to the Reservoir but the resident Trout fishing is heating up.

11 MILE MARINA BACKCOUNTRY OUFITTERS CAMP OPEN THIS SUMMER: For those that do not have all the equipment or the time to prepare for a wilderness camping experience. A complete camp outfitted with everything you need for an incredible time. Located in the Back Country of Eleven Mile State Park this all inclusive camp is perfect for family get aways and corporate team building.  Check out the link at the top of page.

PHOTO OP: Bring your trophy in for a picture and get a gold lucky hook for your hat. Make the weekly fishing report and be eligible to win $25.00 in store credit.

MARK YOUR CALENDAR: 10th Anniversary FISHING HAS NO BOUNDARIES JUNE 25  

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: If you live in the Pikes Peak Region, Fairplay, Hartsel or generally located area around Lake George and need a seasonal job the Marina is currently taking applications for summer employment. Retail or Outside Dock Crew. Starting at $10.00/hr plus gratuities. Raises come quickly as the season progresses.  Call 719-748-0317. Employment begins May 1.

SPECIAL NOTE: 11 Mile Marina is located at the North Shore in Eleven Mile State Park, Lake George Colorado. A CPW Park Pass is required on all vehicles entering the Park even if you are just coming to the store. In addition any fees for Guide/Outfitter/Rental services do not include Park fees, CO fishing license or gratuities.

The WEEKLY FISHING Report is produced by fishermen for fishermen. We try to get it done every Thursday but some times fishing or life gets in the way. So if its not there on Thursday morning it will show up by Friday. We appreciate all the support and acknowledge that many of you won't miss a week. Many Thanks. Oh and by the way there may not always be a  fish  pic.

Reservations and payments taken over the phone and purchases on line via credit card are secure.

Copyright 2015-16 11 Mile Sports, Inc. All rights reserved.



    
 

Eleven Mile Weekly Fishing Report 05.19.16

Happy Fishing Day

MARINA STORE HOURS: MAY THROUGH AUGUST: 7:00AM to 7:00PM M - S

Contact Us to book your 11 Mile Marina Summer Season Fishing Guide Trip

CONDITIONS: All Park facilities except for Witchers Cove boat ramp are open. A great Spring continues. We don't care about the rain and snow, bring it on, except on Saturday and Sunday of course. Cold temperatures and snow have kept the lake from warming up although it is finally getting over 50 degrees. April/May showers bring mountain flowers. No May fly hatch yet its been too cold. But if it warms up it can happen at anytime.

WELCOME NO NAMERS: Annual No Name Fishing Tournament produced by 11 Mile General Store is this Weekend. The two day event is an annual right of Spring here at the lake.

THE DECK AT 11 MILE MARINA: It won't be long. We are almost done with our new deck attached to the Marina Building. Should be a great place to hang out. We will be conducting seminars on the deck through out the summer in addition to crawfish boils, live entertainment on weekends and more. Have a special event, the deck can hold 100 people. Give us a call. And what a view.

WATER FLOW:  78.6  IN  73.3  OUTOur new deck opening soon!
WATER TEMP: 50

TROUT: GOOD: A lot of nice fish are being caught. Cuttbows running 18 to 24 inches and occasional Brown 16 to 24 inches being landed. The stockers from the Winter are also starting to hit which can keep you busy in between big fish. Trolling Rapala's, Kastmasters, Needlefish and Krocodiles sure to please. Pink has been popular with the fish of late but other colors do perform. Bite times vary with mid morning being strong. Pitching tubes or casting a fly will also create enjoyment. Shore anglers finding sundown to be the best. Typical baits include spawn sack, Crawlers and Power Bait.Caught on Luminous Pink Tasmanian

KOKANEE SALMON: POOR: There is life starting to appear. Small fish in the 12 to 14 inch range have turned up when least suspected. We should see some steady improvement. Look to Arnies Dynamac in Green and Orange. Pink Tasmanians also are a good start.

NORTHERN PIKE: POOR: There has not been much to talk about. Of course the weather has prevented many of us from hitting the water so who knows. The West has seen most of the action but a few nice ones have popped up at Witchers Cove. Pull the big sticks.

DREAM STREAM: We want to welcome  Scott Gardner to our guide staff. Scott hails from the Adirondack's in upstate New York. He owned and operated his own guide service for over 10 years. Scott and family have moved to Colorado as his wife's career required the move. He has been working the Dream hard of late and will be bringing us a new addition to the Weekly Fishing Report. Spread the word.

Water temperature in the mid 40's with a little color in the water from recent precipatation and melt. Low flow
requires Nymphs 18-22 in deeper pools and on the bends. Dry flys 18-20 midges and bwo's to rising fish. Most
of the spawning fish have moved back to the Reservoir but the resident Trout fishing is heating up.

We love Kastmasters

11 MILE MARINA BACKCOUNTRY OUFITTERS CAMP OPEN THIS SUMMER: For those that do not have all the equipment or the time to prepare for a wilderness camping experience. A complete camp outfitted with everything you need for an incredible time. Located in the Back Country of Eleven Mile State Park this all inclusive camp is perfect for family get aways and corporate team building.  Check out the link at the top of page.

PHOTO OP: Bring your trophy in for a picture and get a gold lucky hook for your hat. Make the weekly fishing report and be eligible to win $25.00 in store credit.

MARK YOUR CALENDAR: 10th Anniversary FISHING HAS NO BOUNDARIES JUNE 25    

PRODUCT OF THE WEEK: You simply cannot go wrong with the Kastmaster at Spinney or Eleven Mile. We like the 1/4 and 3/8 oz but have caught on all sizes. And as you can see we have a great selection, better than most.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: If you live in the Pikes Peak Region, Fairplay, Hartsel or generally located area around Lake George and need a seasonal job the Marina is currently taking applications for summer employment. Retail or Outside Dock Crew. Starting at $10.00/hr plus gratuities. Raises come quickly as the season progresses.  Call 719-748-0317. Employment begins May 1.We have what you forgot, what you need and what you want while at the Park

SPECIAL NOTE: 11 Mile Marina is located at the North Shore in Eleven Mile State Park, Lake George Colorado. A CPW Park Pass is required on all vehicles entering the Park even if you are just coming to the store. In addition any fees for Guide/Outfitter/Rental services do not include Park fees, CO fishing license or gratuities.

The WEEKLY FISHING Report is produced by fishermen for fishermen. We try to get it done every Thursday but some times fishing or life gets in the way. So if its not there on Thursday morning it will show up by Friday. We appreciate all the support and acknowledge that many of you won't miss a week. Many Thanks. Oh and by the way there may not always be a  fish  pic.

Reservations and payments taken over the phone and purchases on line via credit card are secure.

Copyright 2015-16 11 Mile Sports, Inc. All rights reserved.



    
 

Eleven Mile Weekly Fishing Report 05.12.16

Big Fish are biting! 11 Mile Marina Guide Trip.

MARINA STORE HOURS: MAY THROUGH AUGUST: 7:00AM to 7:00PM M - S

Contact Us to book your 11 Mile Marina Summer Season Fishing Guide Trip

CONDITIONS: All Park facilities except for Witchers Cove boat ramp are open. A great Spring continues. We don't care about the rain and snow, bring it on, accept on Saturday and Sunday. We are still shelled shocked from our recent days in the inferno. We know wildfire and we pray for the folks suffering in Canada. Lake level is a little low as they get ready for run off.

WATER FLOW:  74.4  IN  64.4  OUT
WATER TEMP: 49/50YUM YUM EAT EM UP

TROUT: FAIR TO GOOD: The bite is finally coming on. It still takes a little work but everyday gets better and better. Trolling has improved dramatically with  most the action West where the water has warmed to 50 degrees and up. Rainbow Rapala has been very productive. Hardware in Pink has been a good bet. Needlefish, Tasmanian Devils and Kastmasters have all performed well. Shore action has been good at sporadic times of the day. Night action has also been strong but sporadically. Power Bait, Spawn sack and Nightcrawlers close to or on the bottom.

KOKANEE SALMON: NO REPORT

NORTHERN PIKE: FAIR TO POOR: The West end is where to be since the shallows is where the water will be warmer. Work the North Shore from Stoll Mountain all the way to Cross Creek. Stay on the shore in 6 to 10 feet of water. Big Rapala's and Husky Jerks are your best bet. Early to late afternoon.

DREAM STREAM: We want to welcome  Scott Gardner to our guide staff. Scott hails from the Adirondack's in upstate New York. He owned and operated his own guide service for over 10 years. Scott and family have moved to Colorado as his wife's career required the move. He has been working the Dream hard of late and will be bringing us a new addition to the Weekly Fishing Report. Spread the word.

Water temperature in the mid 40's with a little color in the water from recent precipatation and melt. Low flow
requires Nymphs 18-22 in deeper pools and on the bends. Dry flys 18-20 midges and bwo's to rising fish. Most
of the spawning fish have moved back to the Reservoir but the resident Trout fishing is heating up.

A great selection of Tasmanian Devils and much more at the Marina Store.

11 MILE MARINA BACKCOUNTRY OUFITTERS CAMP OPEN THIS SUMMER: For those that do not have all the equipment or the time to prepare for a wilderness camping experience. A complete camp outfitted with everything you need for an incredible time. Located in the Back Country of Eleven Mile State Park this all inclusive camp is perfect for family get aways and corporate team building.  Check out the link at the top of page.

PHOTO OP: Bring your trophy in for a picture and get a gold lucky hook for your hat. Make the weekly fishing report and be eligible to win $25.00 in store credit.

MARK YOUR CALENDAR: 10th Anniversary FISHING HAS NO BOUNDARIES JUNE 25    

PRODUCT OF THE WEEK:The Tasmanian Devil by Wingston Lures of Tasmania, Australia has been one of our top selling lures year in and year out. This unique and patented design has proven deadly for Trout and Salmon over the years. We sell them in 7 gram, 13.5 gram and 26 gram sizes. Our selection is based on what works at Eleven Mile and Spinney.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: If you live in the Pikes Peak Region, Fairplay, Hartsel or generally located area around Lake George and need a seasonal job the Marina is currently taking applications for summer employment. Retail or Outside Dock Crew. Starting at $10.00/hr plus gratuities. Raises come quickly as the season progresses.  Call 719-748-0317. Employment begins May 1.We have what you forgot, what you need and what you want while at the Park

SPECIAL NOTE: 11 Mile Marina is located at the North Shore in Eleven Mile State Park, Lake George Colorado. A CPW Park Pass is required on all vehicles entering the Park even if you are just coming to the store. In addition any fees for Guide/Outfitter/Rental services do not include Park fees, CO fishing license or gratuities.

The WEEKLY FISHING Report is produced by fishermen for fishermen. We try to get it done every Thursday but some times fishing or life gets in the way. So if its not there on Thursday morning it will show up by Friday. We appreciate all the support and acknowledge that many of you won't miss a week. Many Thanks. Oh and by the way there may not always be a  fish  pic.

Reservations and payments taken over the phone and purchases on line via credit card are secure.

Copyright 2015-16 11 Mile Sports, Inc. All rights reserved.



    
 

Eleven Mile Weekly Fishing Report 05.05.16

MARINA STORE HOURS: MAY THROUGH AUGUST: 7:00AM to 7:00PM M - S

Contact Us to book your 11 Mile Marina Summer Season Fishing Guide Trip

CONDITIONS: All Park facilities except for Witchers Cove boat ramp are open. Monday was the first day we saw the sun in a week that brought lots of cold, rain and snow.  A break in the weather has made for some pleasant warmer days. It's a typical Rocky Mountain Spring. So its time to get into the mountains and do some early season camping and fishing regardless. Be prepared for all conditions.Spinney Spring Fishing

SPINNEY MOUNTAIN OPEN FOR BOATING: Action remains strong with lots of nice fish being caught from shore and boat. Water level is low but finally starting to see an increase with a positive 100 CFS.

WATER FLOW:  73  IN  71.6  OUT
WATER TEMP: 47/48 and rising

TROUT: FAIR TO POOR: As is very often the case Eleven Mile reservoir takes a little warming up  before the fish get active. Most of the fish caught have been good size with a decent number of Browns being reported. But overall action continues to be difficult. With the water temperature at 47 degrees it might be just a little bit longer until catching improves. We start to see that happen at 50 degrees and up. So when we say just a little bit longer that could be tomorrow. West end water temperature is in the low 50's and action is significantly better between Cross Creek and Suckers Cove. Work 13 to 15 feet of water.  Best lures have been  Rapala's. We particularly like the jointed variety trolling or pitching. Tube jigs are also a great big fish bait this time of year. The late morning to early afternoon has been better.

KOKANEE SALMON: NO REPORT

NORTHERN PIKE: FAIR TO POOR: The West end is where to be since the shallows is where the water will be warmer. Work the North Shore from Stoll Mountain all the way to Cross Creek. Stay on the shore in 6 to 10 feet of water. Big Rapala's and Husky Jerks are your best bet. Early to late afternoon.

PRODUCT OF THE WEEK: Lead Core Trolling Rigs are the easiest least expensive option available for depth specific trolling. Color metered line brings your lure down to just the right spot. The line will drop you down 6 to 8 feet per color depending on speed. We carry Ugly Stick, Shakespeare Tidewater and Eagle Claw combo's with 37 lb lead line prespooled with mono leader included starting at $99.00. They catch fish!

BACKCOUNTRY OUFITTERS CAMP OPEN THIS SUMMER: For those that do not have all the equipment or the time to prepare for a wilderness camping experience. A complete camp outfitted with everything you need for an incredible time. Located in the Back Country of Eleven Mile State Park this all inclusive camp is perfect for family get aways and corporate team building.  Check out the link at the top of page.

PHOTO OP: Bring your trophy in for a picture and get a gold lucky hook for your hat. Make the weekly fishing report and be eligible to win $25.00 in store credit.

MARK YOUR CALENDAR: 10th Anniversary FISHING HAS NO BOUNDARIES JUNE 25    

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: If you live in the Pikes Peak Region, Fairplay, Hartsel or generally located area around Lake George and need a seasonal job the Marina is currently taking applications for summer employment. Retail or Outside Dock Crew. Starting at $10.00/hr plus gratuities. Raises come quickly as the season progresses.  Call 719-748-0317. Employment begins May 1.

SPECIAL NOTE: 11 Mile Marina is located at the North Shore in Eleven Mile State Park, Lake George Colorado. A CPW Park Pass is required on all vehicles entering the Park even if you are just coming to the store. In addition any fees for Guide/Outfitter/Rental services do not include Park fees, CO fishing license or gratuities.

The WEEKLY FISHING Report is produced by fishermen for fishermen. We try to get it done every Thursday but some times fishing or life gets in the way. So if its not there on Thursday morning it will show up by Friday. We appreciate all the support and acknowledge that many of you won't miss a week. Many Thanks. Oh and by the way there may not always be a  fish  pic.

Reservations and payments taken over the phone and purchases on line via credit card are secure.

Copyright 2015-16 11 Mile Sports, Inc. All rights reserved.



    
 

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11 Mile Marina
4224 County Road 92
P.O. Box 107
Lake George, CO 80827

(719) 748-0317
1 877-725-3172
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