Location

CO
United States
38° 59' 18.8484" N, 105° 54' 43.7436" W

Fishing Reports

4
Average: 4 (1 vote)
| Water Temp: 31-40 F
3 fish caught | Lunker: 5lb Northern Pike using a Minnow

Antero is rich with fish and habitat. If you come to colorado you should go to Antero because you can catch almost what ever you want from rainbow trout to largemouth bass. I had a great ice fishing trip it is a hot spot in the mountains that doesn't get that much pressure so if you want to catch lots of fish and quality fish you should go to Antero. I would recommend you to use minnows for the bigger fish such as pike or walleye.I had a great trip and I would encourage you to fish there and look at the beauty of the mountains.

CatchSpeciesLure / BaitBrandWeight (lb)Length (in)
1Northern PikeMinnow524
2WalleyeMinnow320
3Yellow PerchDiamond JigArkie Jigs110
3
Average: 3 (1 vote)

Both Spinney Mountain Reservoir and Antero Reservoir are coming into prime fishing form. The fish at Spinney are, on average, larger than the fish being caught at Antero. On both impoundments, the fish have been feeding mostly on Callibaetis nymphs. Chironomid patterns are still fooling fish as well.

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