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01-28-2018 02:42 PM
Neal/CO If you are on Facebook go to Pueblo Walleye and Wiper fishing and I will make you a member. I guide down there and we will be posting fishing reports about every day March thru October.
01-02-2018 04:55 PM
ghostman
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Originally Posted by SargeMcF View Post
Howdy All!

Just moved to Pueblo in the past two weeks, retired (medically) from the Army... permanently and totally disabled. Which means, I have too much free time on my hands to fish!

Anywho, it's supposed to get to almost 60* this weekend, and my youngest (6) and I are already getting the itch to go fishing. Anyone here planning on going out on Saturday and mind if we tag along? not looking for monsters (yet), just looking for good fishing (he's entertained as long as he has a few fish per hour, size not terribly important). Gearwise, have a ton of random stuff (been fishing my whole life everywhere I've lived from coast to coast, and Canada to Texas... we've also got kayaks and (when it gets warmer), would love to start kayak fishing.

Will fish for just about anything!!!
Welcome to the site Sarge!
Hit up Walleyeseeker or ItsaBigone by PM... they have forgot more about Pueblo Res than most on here will ever know.
01-02-2018 01:26 PM
SargeMcF
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Originally Posted by earplug View Post
Check out Facebook page for colorado kayak fishing.
Do you have foot powered kayaks or paddle boats.
Kayak fishing is great at Pueblo and other Colorado waters.
Already joined them yesterday. I've got 2 paddle kayaks, an Ascend FS10 (with rod holders) and a D10 (without).
01-01-2018 10:42 PM
earplug Check out Facebook page for colorado kayak fishing.
Do you have foot powered kayaks or paddle boats.
Kayak fishing is great at Pueblo and other Colorado waters.
01-01-2018 05:13 PM
SargeMcF
New to Pueblo, looking to fish

Howdy All!

Just moved to Pueblo in the past two weeks, retired (medically) from the Army... permanently and totally disabled. Which means, I have too much free time on my hands to fish!

Anywho, it's supposed to get to almost 60* this weekend, and my youngest (6) and I are already getting the itch to go fishing. Anyone here planning on going out on Saturday and mind if we tag along? not looking for monsters (yet), just looking for good fishing (he's entertained as long as he has a few fish per hour, size not terribly important). Gearwise, have a ton of random stuff (been fishing my whole life everywhere I've lived from coast to coast, and Canada to Texas... we've also got kayaks and (when it gets warmer), would love to start kayak fishing.

Will fish for just about anything!!!

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