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12-31-2008 03:40 PM
fishnphil
Re: Wellington (bailey)

Quote:
Originally Posted by fireguy10720
Huh, thanks for info. Wonder what happen, last year this time it was great fishing
I agree last year I went 3 times and had a good time on all. I haven't been there this year myself, just relaying the lone report I've heard recently.
12-31-2008 12:02 PM
slimer
Re: Wellington (bailey)

Great spot for laker bait. I don't think they have a limit on how many suckers you harvest too. Pick your bait up about 2 or 3 feet from the bottom, your sucker count will go down a little and may get a cruising palomino.
12-31-2008 11:58 AM
jamiehughes
Re: Wellington (bailey)

the suckers were really bad in there last year too...
12-30-2008 10:11 PM
fireguy10720
Re: Wellington (bailey)

Huh, thanks for info. Wonder what happen, last year this time it was great fishing
12-30-2008 06:58 PM
coloradofisher
Re: Wellington (bailey)

I fished there with my buddy from 7-2.30 Saturday Cost 11 per person and I only caught 2 trout and about 8 suckers it was real slow for the trout bite , We were on our way to antero when 285 got shut down . Great scenery though
12-30-2008 05:00 PM
coangler
Re: Wellington (bailey)

We fished it on Saturday (12-27) and it was not a post worthy trip. The ice is ~6" with some open spots near the edges. Our group ended up with four stocker bows. We popped several holes anywhere from 8'- 18'. All fish were caught ~13' of water on pink tubes tipped with mealies. That lake is like rolling the dice in my opinion. Good luck if you go.
12-30-2008 03:28 PM
slimer
Re: Wellington (bailey)

$11 - one rod only, Ice should be safe - somebody posted last week that it was open. $11 should about cover your gas to Tarryall or Antero and back from Bailey.

Rob
12-30-2008 03:26 PM
fishnphil
Re: Wellington (bailey)

I got a report that last weekend the fishing was horrible, skunkings all around. Only report I've heard though.
12-30-2008 03:07 PM
fireguy10720
Wellington (bailey)

Anyone been up their this season? Good ice yet? And what is the cost to get in these days? Thanks!

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