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Old 07-16-2018, 08:52 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Lakes with Sauger? Completing my CO game fish list.

I have had a goal to catch all the species of game fish shown in the Colorado Fishing regulation brochure for a while. Last week I crossed Tiger trout off the list. The one I caught was a GIANT at 7" long... but still a damn pretty fish. All I have left on the list are Sauger and Mountain Whitefish. I have a good idea of where to catch Whitefish, but I am at a loss when it comes to Sauger. I am not sure how accurate stocking info is on that other site... so can anyone point me in the right direction?
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Lathrop state park. Horseshoe Lake.
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Douglas Reservoir
Horseshoe Reservoir (Lathrop SP)
Watson Lake

Is what the other site is recommending. Lol
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Thanks guys! Two votes for Horseshoe. Will have to try there and see how it goes.
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I have had a goal to catch all the species of game fish shown in the Colorado Fishing regulation brochure for a while. Last week I crossed Tiger trout off the list. The one I caught was a GIANT at 7" long... but still a damn pretty fish. All I have left on the list are Sauger and Mountain Whitefish. I have a good idea of where to catch Whitefish, but I am at a loss when it comes to Sauger. I am not sure how accurate stocking info is on that other site... so can anyone point me in the right direction?
Horseshoe lake.

I also caught one at two buttes. Probably a fluke but it was cool. And tasty.
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