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Here is some interesting info I found about Brush Hollow that I thought would be great to share.

Brush Hollow Reservoir The water level is fair to good right now, but this reservoir is drawn down for irrigation by early June so don't hesitate to take advantage of what should be good fishing this spring. Fishing should be fair for most species, such as bluegill, sunfish and channel catfish as the shad had a good spawn last year providing good forage. We would expect to see some fine walleye and largemouth bass fishing as those populations looked good last summer during sampling. The crappie population remains stable and should provide some good early season action. Fishing for trout is good right now, and the warmwater fishing should improve as water temperatures increase in April. Testing conducted by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment revealed mercury levels in certain sizes of walleye exceeded human health based standards. Official posting of the advisory should occur this spring or summer.
 

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Brush Hollow would be a better place to fish if people would just practice a little catch and release IMHO.   Its an OK to good fishery but it could be alot better.  Let those big bass go!!!!
 

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Where'd you get that from? It sounds old, I think Brush Hollow is alot lower then it normally is at this time of the year.
 
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