11 Mile Marina Weekly Fishing Report 06.20.19


Both caught on Rapala’s by the Lamansky’s.

Both caught on Rapala’s by the Lamansky’s.

HOURS:   MAY M-F 8:00AM - 6:00PM Saturday Sunday 7:-00AM - 7:00PM

2019 Marina Crew: Reilley, Dave, Aidan, Adam, Aramis, Stacy, Deanna , Fishin Jim and Captain Larry will be on deck to host you this Season. And occasionally Julio and Alex. Stop in and and let us help you catch fish and have a great time at the Mile.

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FISHING REPORT PHOTO CONTEST: Pic Of The Week. All photos must be recent. Please include full name, details about fish and pic. All entries will receive a 10% off in store coupon via email. Each weeks winner will get $15.00 in store credit. Winner of time period gets $100.00 in store credit. First contest ends July 31. Send entries to elevenmile@hotmail.com. Although size matters many factors are evaluated.

CONDITIONS:: Park is open 24/7/365. All Park facilities are open. Witchers Cove Boat Ramp only open Friday through Sunday. Water level rising dramatically. Afternoon rains have kept fire danger down. It’s feast or famine in Colorado and we may be out of drought but downstream areas may be in for flooding.

WATER FLOW:   IN 624  CFS    OUT: 455 CFS This is a lot of water. Lake has been rising to maximum levels.

WATER TEMP: 56

MARINA STORE AND LAKE SPECIALISTS: Camping, Fishing, Flies, Lures, Bait, Clothing, Food, Snacks, Drinks, Ice Cream and more.  Stop in and check out our offerings and get the latest fishing information.  We have a great store with great selection of what works.  Support the fishing report... Shop our store here at the lake. Stop in and find out how we can help you catch. Get a topo map. They say information is power. It's also critical to catching fish. The maps have GPS coordinates on them so you just can't miss. We want you to be successful here at the Mile. Get a map we will mark it up with the hot spots.


TROUT: EXCELLENT: The fishing is great and the bite even better. Lots of Cuttbows ranging 14 to 20 inches. Occasional Browns and Cutthroats have also been landed. Most methods are working from shore or boat. Boaters are having a grand time on the troll but you can drift and pitch and still do OK. Bite times vary through out the day. Early and mid morning is the best. Same baits are working with color pattern variations depending on time of day. Can’t go wrong with Pink. Chartreuse Dynamac by Arnies or the Arnies Reflecto in Green have caught some big fish. This is a great time to go through the tackle box and see which lure catches the biggest. Cowbells and pop gear for those that like that angle are best trolled super slow with a 3 foot leader tipped with crawler. Since the rivers are most difficult if not impossible to fish a fly rod from a boat is both successful and avoids the elbow to elbow crowd seen on the dream stream. Kalibeatis hatch coming on daily late morning. Work two flies on one rig. Gold bead nymphs are a favorite.

KOKANEE SALMON:FAIR: There have been kokes showing up in shallow water. This is a bad sign of things to come. These fish are disoriented and dying from Gill Lice. We have seen it before. They are typically by themselves and are not biting. You can net them if you wanted. Meanwhile out in the deep action continues to be sporadic but you can still catch them if you are in the right place at the right time. The backside of Duck Island has been consistent but you need to be careful of the rocks. They seem to be holding right at the drop offs from the island. You can be in 60 feet of water and hit 30 just like that. Also work the channel from Duck through North Shore to Goose Island. Tas Devils, Macks’s Wedding Rings, Dick Nite’s, Needledish and Kastmasters have all caught fish. We have been tipping our hooks and that seems to help. Pautzke Fire Corn in Natural or Pink has performed well.

NORTHERN PIKE:FAIR TO GOOD: More fish being reported by more anglers. Although a few big ones have been tagged most are running 24 to 30 inches. Work the weed line along the overflow channel West of Stoll or the channel from Suckers Cove East to the wash out and then down to Lazy Boy. WE still like Howbert to Witchers and coves in between. Big sticks, big tubes and Spinner Baits have done well. Mid morning to early afternoon. Wind is your friend if you can handle it. Water gets murky fish get aggressive.

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.  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.

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