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Old 05-22-2008, 07:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Yo.... Does anyone know if we can throw a 1 man pontoon on McKay Lake in Broomfield? I've heard of people taking belly boats out there, but need to confirm. Can't find any info on the lake online.

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Old 05-22-2008, 10:26 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I've belly boated it a number of times.
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yes u can boat it!
but why would u?
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theres no fish in there at all, go somewhere else. The lake is full of poop and pee
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theres no fish in there at all, go somewhere else. The lake is full of poop and pee

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what was in there got over harfested, and before selling it to westminster the club took out all the fish!
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theres no fish in there at all, go somewhere else. The lake is full of poop and pee

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what was in there got over harfested, and before selling it to westminster the club took out all the fish!
All of the fish that they were able to salvage out of that lake a few years back went to Marshall to anyone who cares
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Old 05-24-2008, 11:58 PM   #8 (permalink)
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i went there yesterday morning. caught a 15" largemouth n several crappies a lil less than 10"... all still swimming but 1 which i donated to a kid n his grandpa who lived by there. the ol man said he used to b in that club. there is a sign that states all the rules @ the north entrance. it said "no wading" and "no watercrafts" or something.
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Check the south entrance that is where it is all posted for the Regs. As far as the fishing there are some big bass in there still but i think it is all catch and release only. My son and i caught a 81/2 lb. bass there last year.
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Check the south entrance that is where it is all posted for the Regs. As far as the fishing there are some big bass in there still but i think it is all catch and release only. My son and i caught a 81/2 lb. bass there last year.
1Eye Bro - As to what Texhunter here says, True.! There are some Huge LG Mouth still lurking around.. See those houses just south of there, well Them Bass are just as Huge.
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