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03-19-2006 06:38 PM
LuvToFish
Re: Lake Loveland Trout?

You dont need a permit to fhsi the lake .Yu do need the proper liscense. I was checked there by the DOW last year
Pat
03-19-2006 01:18 PM
scorpion_bsk
Re: Lake Loveland Trout?

Quote:
Originally Posted by hosswolf
Is this place open to the public for fishing? I had heard that it was all private. Do you need any sort of pass orpermit to fish there?
Yes, it is a private Lake. But you can fish without any kind of permit on all of the areas along Eisenhower and Taft where the roads run next to the lake, and you can fish in the park area. Shore fishing only. Only the homeowners can take a boat out.
03-19-2006 11:49 AM
hosswolf
Re: Lake Loveland Trout?

Is this place open to the public for fishing? I had heard that it was all private. Do you need any sort of pass orpermit to fish there?
03-18-2006 11:50 PM
THansen77
Re: Lake Loveland Trout?

Almost everyone who goes to Lake Loveland heads straight to the inlet. But, I've actually had just as much success on smallies and walleye all along the riprap.

Ditto on what MileHighBassin said... that rip-rap along the south produces all the fish. The inlet has no structure and is just plain CROWDED!!!

TONY
03-18-2006 11:08 PM
milehighbassin
Re: Lake Loveland Trout?

Quote:
Originally Posted by catfishking
i was wanting to head out there how is the water level there and wheres the best area to catch smallmouth bass
Almost everyone who goes to Lake Loveland heads straight to the inlet. But, I've actually had just as much success on smallies and walleye all along the riprap.
03-18-2006 10:54 PM
catfishking
Re: Lake Loveland Trout?

i was wanting to head out there how is the water level there and wheres the best area to catch smallmouth bass
03-18-2006 01:07 PM
scorpion_bsk
Re: Lake Loveland Trout?

I'd definately like to know how the Double L is fishing. Haven't been there lately and would like to go soon. I about a mile from the inlet.
03-18-2006 01:23 AM
THansen77
Re: Lake Loveland Trout?

yes, but take a # to get in the inlet....my experience is that it's o.k., but the whole south shore produces. The north side is good as well....when the bite is right.

Tony
03-18-2006 12:50 AM
farmer ted
Re: Lake Loveland Trout?

Thanks for the info. I've never fished at lake loveland but it's close to home so maybe I'll try it. I know people fish the rip-rap (rocks) on the south side by the road. Can you fish the park on the north side? isn't there an inlet of some kind there as well?
03-18-2006 12:43 AM
THansen77
Re: Lake Loveland Trout?

Stopped by a couple days ago just fartin' around with a jerk bait...caught one 16" smallie, a nice 18" 'bow....and broke off a fish after a 2 min fight...a walleye, maybe, or one of the large trout that reside in there!!!

TONY
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