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03-19-2006 07:40 PM
Mustang
Re: A New Chatfield?

That would be awesome. I have heard of some decent walleyes in the river below Pueblo.
03-19-2006 07:19 PM
Neal/CO
Re: A New Chatfield?

If they are going to be flushing that much water thru the gates every year, you can bet there will always be walleye in the river.
03-19-2006 06:49 PM
Don In Denver
Re: A New Chatfield?

Quote:
Originally Posted by TroutFishingBear
So the goal may be to provide nice trout fishing but nice walleye fishing may also be a result. Just a guess and I may be wrong.
I think you're right on the money, TFB! I LOVE tailwater walleye fishing!
03-19-2006 06:02 PM
roadkill
Re: A New Chatfield?

we can only hope, personaly i think we have enough trout waters
03-19-2006 05:51 PM
TroutFishingBear
Re: A New Chatfield?

yeah but I remember a lot of people on the forum were fishin what I THINK was this spot last year and catchin some nice walleye. So the goal may be to provide nice trout fishing but nice walleye fishing may also be a result. Just a guess and I may be wrong.
03-19-2006 05:04 PM
roadkill
Re: A New Chatfield?

according to the artical the goal is to provide trout habitat in the tail water
03-19-2006 05:00 PM
TroutFishingBear
Re: A New Chatfield?

hope it works out! I imagine it (the river below the dam) would be a pretty decent walleye fishery if the water stayed high enough.
03-19-2006 09:12 AM
Mr. Ed
Re: A New Chatfield?

Here's a link

http://www.denverpost.com/rec/ci_3614954

Sounds interesting - adding 12 feet to the water level may eliminate the ponds (they'd be under water) and add a lot of structure to the lake (those gravel ponds under open water would make a hell of a spawning ground). I think it would also really improve the fishing conditions in a lot of different spots around the lake for smallies, crappie, etc.

My only concern would be that because of the new depth, I'm hoping the slow area won't disappear. If it does, that opens it up to a lot more area for fast water sports and takes away a lot of area for those that just want to relax in peace.
03-19-2006 09:09 AM
Neal/CO
Re: A New Chatfield?

Think of the implications of almost doubling the size!!

More trout stocked would mean more fish running up the inlet during the spawn?

More stocked walleye, would mean more eggs collected each spring?

Will they leave alot of standing timber and vegetation? And what kind of effect will that have on the bass and panfish populations there?
03-19-2006 08:42 AM
Neal/CO
A New Chatfield?

Read the article today in the post! Pretty cool if it happens!

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